Duration on demand : 3 – 10 days
Groups and individuals are welcome
Minimum group size of 10 or more get discount and special discount for students
We offer visa service to our clients. 100% visa assurance
Day 1 Arrive In Accra
Lodging : Hotel in Accra. Meals: D
Arrive at Kotoka International Airport, Accra, you will be met and pick-up from airport. Transfer to your hotel and with orientation. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Day 2 Accra City Tour
Lodging : Hotel in Kumasi. Meals: B L & D
After a breakfast, sightseeing tour of the capital of Ghana, Accra.
Visit to (an academic and civil rights champion) W. E. B. Dubois Center for Pan African Culture, he spent two years working on a Pan-African encyclopedia under the invitation Dr. Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana’s first President). There will be a guided tour through Dr. DuBois’ research library.
Next Stop: Independence/Black Star Square. The square marks the point where three ex-military men tried to present grievances to the colonial governor and were shot during a peaceful demonstration.
Visit to Nkrumah Memorial Park (Mausoleum), was created to commemorate Ghana’s founding father. There will be a guided tour and you will see the most significant materials he used through his days as president of Ghana.
After lunch, visit to the Arts Center: a large arts and crafts market where you can find handicrafts from all over Ghana and West Africa. Finally, depart for Mole National Park. Upon arrival at your hotel, have dinner and overnight.
Day 3 & 4 Mole National Park
Lodging : Hotel in Mole. Meals: B, L & D
After breakfast, we continue our journey to Mole National Park which covers an area of 4,912 sq. km. The symbol of the park is the roan antelope. It`s one of the largest, oldest and developed parks, with 90mammalian species (antelopes, monkeys, water bucks, elephants buffalos and more), 734 species of flowering plants, etc.
Experience the life style of the people and their rich cultural heritage. Dinner and overnight at Mole hotel. You will have the opportunity to see the Larabanga mosque at Tamale, built in 13th century out of stone and mud. One of the oldest in Sub Sahara Africa. We head towards Kumasi. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Day 5 Kintampo Falls – Kumasi
We will spend the day at Kintampo Falls and experience the cool invigorating atmosphere created by nature. Continue the drive to Kumasi. Upon arrival, check in and relax. Dinner and overnight at your hotel in Kumasi.
Day 6 Kumasi City Tour
Lodging : Hotel in Kumasi. Meals: B, L & D
Explore Kumasi the home of one of the richest cultures in Africa.
A walking tour to view Kajetia market with a visit to Manhyia Palace Museum to obtain from source information on the legacies of the Ashanti Kingdom. The Ashanti’s have a famously regal history which dates back to 1700 and is evidenced by extraordinary relics and artefacts. You will enjoy a drive through the city of Kumasi and see the many monuments dedicated to the memory of great Ashanti people. Also, to the spot of the Okomfo Anokye Sword. The site is believe to be where the Golden Stool ascended. The stool represents the unity of the Ashanti Kingdom. Finally, at the National Cultural Center which features the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum and is home to traditional potters, brass and batik makers. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Day 7 Ashanti Craft Villages
Lodging : Hotel in Kumasi. Meals: B & L
After breakfast, we will visit to the three famous craft villages in Ashanti:
Bonwire (Kente weaving village).
Ahwiaa (wood carvers’ village).
Ntonso (home of Adinkra).
You will have the opportunity to see the artisans who makes them, how they are made and buy from them. After lunch depart for Cape Coast. Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 8 Cape Coast Castle
Lodging : Hotel in Cape Coast. Meals: B, L & D
After breakfast, a visit to the Cape Coast Castle. Commemorate the departure and middle passage of Africans more than 200 years ago, when they were transported via slave ships to the Americas. In the castle, you will enter through the “Door of No Return.” That was the last door African ancestors passed through on their way to board the ships to the “new world.” During the slave trade, that door was a symbol of hopelessness. To modern pilgrims in Ghana, it is a “Door of Return,” a symbol of hope and healing.
You will explore the grounds of this castle, including its slave dungeons. Every part of the castle has historical significance and it also houses the West African Historical Museum, established by the Smithsonian Institute in collaboration with the Ghanaian government in 1994. Drive back to your hotel with much information’s from the source, dinner and overnight at your hotel.
DAY 9 Kakum National Park
Lodging : Hotel in Cape Coast. Meals: B, L & D
Breakfast at your hotel and early departure to explore the historic Kakum National Park. Kakum National Park is one of West Africa’s surviving tropical rain forests, is the home to over 40 large mammals, 400 bird species and an array of butterflies, flora and fauna. It covers 360sq km and filled with diverse and dense vegetation. A blend of true rainforest and semi deciduous forest. The Canopy walkway is the most popular attraction in the forest which is made up of seven bridges extending 330m and hanging 40m above the forest floor. You will be given the opportunity to experience a 2km nature walk through the forest on the canopy to discover the wide variety of exotic floral species and the medicinal values they offer.
Farewell dinner and overnight at your hotel.
DAY 10 Cape Coast – Accra – Departure
After breakfast at hotel, drive back to Accra. Free day and transfer to the airport for your departure.