After we pick you up in our air-conditoned vehicle, start the tour with a climb to the top of the old lighthouse near James Fort in Jamestown with a great view of the city and the busy and colourful fishing harbour.
Wander through the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and later visit the W.E.B. DuBois Centre and Independence Square. Experience the busy Makola Market in central Accra.
Finally we will take you to the Art Centre,
where you will find a great choice of local handicrafts. Look behind the scenes of the Art Center and enjoy a drumming session with the locals.
Start your journey with a visit to Aburi Botanical Gardens
close to Accra, one of the most beautiful
and peaceful sites in the area.
Continue to Aburi Craft Market to view local handicrafts and enjoy the busy market place.
In the afternoon you will experience the fascinating production site of traditional beads at a beads factory. Take part in a workshop and produce your own beads!
Start the day with a visit to the Monkey Sanctuary and enjoy feeding bananas to the cheeky monkeys, who have been protected by the local people through
an eco- tourism project. Visit a banana plantation on your way. In the afternoon we will continue to the Wli Falls close to Mount Afadjato. Do a short hiking tour to the lower falls to see one of the most beautiful natural sights in Ghana.
We continue our journey to Mount Afadjato in the morning, which is the highest mountain in Ghana.
Hike around the area and enjoy the amazing view over the lush, green Volta Region. Continue to Volta Lake to relax with a
canoe ride in the afternoon.
After a scenic drive with beautiful views across rolling hills we will arrive at Asenema Falls,
one of the hidden gems of the region. Learn about the plants and herbs specific to this area during a guided nature tour at Bunso Arboretum Forest Reserve.
Take a break and walk around this beautiful spot before we will continue our journey to Kumasi.
Continue to the Kente cloth weaving village, Adanwomase in Ashanti region, which carries on the
centuries-old Kente-weaving tradition. After learning about the creation of Kente cloth you will be guided through the community and witness how to tap palm trees to produce the local palm wine.
Continue to visit a sacred Ashanti shrine. Later we will continue to Adinkra village where you can design your own print clothes. Visit a fish farm for the typical Tilapia fish - very popular and tasty - in the afternoon.
After your breakfast we will take you to the Ashanti King's Palace, which was used by the Ashanti kings until 1974. Take a walk around the historic site and visit the museum.
Later visit the 'unmovable' Komfo Anokye Sword,
which is said to be a symbol of unity between
the Nzema and the Ashanti tribes.
Continue to the cultural centre to view the amazing and historic handicrafts. End your day with a visit at the busy Kejetia Market, the biggest market in West Africa with over 45,000 stalls.
After starting our journey to Cape Coast, you will visit the Assin Manso Slave River. This river is where captured slaves from the Northern part of Ghana had their last bath before being transported to the Americas.
After learning about this historic site you will visit one of the highlights of our tours, the home village of our founder Enock. After enjoying a typical Ghanaian lunch with his family, you will be guided to the cocoa plantation, which is the main source of income for the village population.
Wander around the area and get a taste of typical village life
in Ghana far away from busy city life in Accra.
After spending a night at Cape Coast, we will continue to Kakum National Park to enjoy the view from the Canopy Walkway over 7 bridges & tree tops - 40m above the ground!
Take a picture in the Crocodile sanctuary that crocodiles and turtles inhabit together with a range of birds.
In the afternoon you can take a walk along the beach site and relax at the beach in the afternoon. Enjoy a typical Ghanaian cultural performance in the evening.
Continue with a visit to Cape Coast Castle, which was used to hold slaves before they were loaded onto ships and sold in the Americas, especially the Caribbean.
Later you will visit Fort Williams, which was built in 1753 by the British. Visit an Eco-Tourism community in the afternoon and choose between a batiking, drumming or cooking workshop. Complete the trip at a location of your choice in Accra.
1 person (1 single room): 2150 EUR per person
2 persons (1 double room): 1400 EUR per person
3 persons (1 double room, 1 single room): 1150EUR per person
4 persons (2 double rooms): 950 EUR per person
*includes mix of mid-range standard rooms with breakfast,
4x4 vehicle with guide, fuel, entrance fees,
FREE water & WIFI in the
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