14 days Ghana Discovery

Langue Anglais
Coût 3198 USD pour l'excursion
Nombre de personnes: Une personne
Durée 2 semaines

Day 1

Accra, Accra, Greater Accra

-Arrival at Kotoka International Airport in Accra -Safe transport to your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle. -Upon arrival, check in to the hotel and relax. Later, go out for a city orientation tour, if time permits. -Overnight stay at a mid-range beachfront hotel in Accra

2 hours , Admission is free

Day 2 Accra City Tour

-Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, High St., Accra Ghana

-Independence Square,

-W.E.B. DuBois Center, 1 Circular Road, Cantonments just few meters from the US

-James Town Lighthouse, Cleland Road, Accra Ghana

-Accra Arts Centre, GQWX+JWV, John Evans Atta Mills High St, Accra, Ghana

Visit the Accra crafts market to experience the akwaaba drumming and participate in drumming

Day 3- Cape coast

Elmina Castle, Elmina Ghana

Elmina Castle was erected by the Portuguese in 1482 as Castelo de São Jorge da Mina, also known as Castelo da Mina or simply Mina, in present-day Elmina,

Cape Coast Castle, Cape Coast Ghana

Cape Coast Castle is one of about forty "slave castles",

Kakum National Park, Cape Coast Ghana

We would explore the Kakum National park and enjoy the canopy walk way

Day 4

International Stingless Bee Centre, Near Kakum National Park, Cape Coast 233 Ghana

The International Stingless Bee Center is a sanctuary for stingless bees located at Abrafo Odumasi. Range of activities you can undertake that can hardly be found elsewhere include bee tour

Global Mamas Cultural Workshops, 20 Beulah Rd, Cape Coast, Ghana

Visit the global mamas workshop and get hands on experience in cooking, pottery, sewing and more

Oasis Beach Resort, Emintsimadze Drive, 42 Victoria Park, Cape Coast, Ghana

Enjoy the sun set at the beach while listening to great afrobeats and Ghanaian highlife music

Day 5

Manhyia Palace Museum, Ahanti New Town Road off Antoa Road, Kumasi Ghana

Visit the Manhyia palace; the King of the Asantes and learn the history of the people and the great Ashanti kingdom

Kejetia Market, Kumasi Ghana

a short drive in a tuktuk to the kejetia market, explore the market and see how locals conduct everyday business

Assin Manso, Assin Manso, Central Region

on our way to Kumasi, we shall stop at the The Assin Manso Slave River Site which features several monuments and memorials that commemorate the lives and struggles of the slaves who passed through the area. One of the most prominent features of the site is the "Slave River," a shallow stream that is said to have been the last water that the slaves would drink before being transported to the coast. There is also a small museum at the site that provides visitors with more information about the history of the slave trade in Ghana.

Day 6: Kumasi

Okomfo Anokye Sword Site, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi Ghana

The Okomfo Anokye Sword is a legendary sword that is believed to have been plunged into the ground by Okomfo Anokye, a powerful Ashanti priest and statesman, in the late 17th century. The sword is said to have penetrated so deeply into the ground that no one has been able to remove it since.

Kumasi Fort - Ghana Armed Forces Museum, Cnr Stewart & Government Roads, Kumasi Ghana

The Kumasi Fort Museum is a historical museum located in the city of Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The museum is housed in the Kumasi Fort, which was built by the British in the late 19th century to serve as a military garrison. The museum features a range of exhibits that provide visitors with an insight into the history and culture of the Ashanti people, as well as the colonial history of Ghana. The exhibits include displays of traditional Ashanti arts and crafts, including woodcarvings, textiles, and pottery, as well as artifacts from the colonial period, such as military uniforms and weapons.

Prempeh II Museum, Bantama High St, Kumasi Ghana: The Prempeh II Museum is a historical museum located in the city of Kumasi, Ghana. The museum is dedicated to the life and reign of Asantehene Prempeh II, who was one of the most revered kings of the Ashanti Empire and played a significant role in Ghana's fight for independence from British colonial rule.

Day 7: Northern region

Mole National Park, Mole National Park, Northern Region

We shall have a long drive from Kumasi to the Mole National park which is at the norther region of Ghana. Overnight at the park

Day 8: Mole National park

Mole National Park, Mole National Park, Northern Region

we shall explore the Mole National Park which is a wildlife reserve located in the Northern Region of Ghana. The park covers an area of over 4,000 square kilometers and is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including elephants, antelopes, warthogs, baboons, monkeys, and several species of birds.

Day 9: Paga

Larabanga Ancient Mosque, 34 Sawla-Damongo Rd, Larabanga, Ghana:

The Larabanga Mosque is a historic mosque located in the village of Larabanga in the Northern Region of Ghana. It is one of the oldest and most famous mosques in Ghana and is often referred to as the "Mecca of West Africa" due to its importance as a pilgrimage site for Muslims in the region.

The Mystic Stone, Larabanga Ghan:

The Mystic Stone of Larabanga is a sacred stone located in the village of Larabanga in the Northern Region of Ghana. The stone is believed to have mystical powers and is revered by the local people, who consider it to be a spiritual center of the region. According to local legend, the stone was brought to Larabanga by a holy man who came to the area to spread the Islamic faith. The stone is said to have miraculous powers, and it is believed that those who touch it will be blessed with good luck and prosperity.

Sacred Crocodile Ponds, Paga Ghana

The ponds are home to several species of crocodiles, and visitors can get up close to these reptiles and even touch them under the guidance of local handlers. According to local legend, the crocodiles in Paga are sacred and have been living peacefully with the local people for centuries. The crocodiles are fed by the villagers, who believe that they bring good luck and fortune to the community. The crocodiles are also said to have healing powers, and many people visit the ponds seeking a cure for various ailments.

Day 10: Tamale

Tongo Hills, Bolgatanga Ghana

Tongo Hills and Tengzug Shrine are located in the Upper East Region of Ghana, near the town of Tongo. The Tongo Hills are a cluster of rocky outcrops that rise out of the surrounding savannah. The Tengzug Shrine is a traditional shrine that is believed to have been used by the Talensi people for hundreds of years for religious ceremonies and rituals. The shrine is built from stones and has a circular shape, with a small entrance that leads to an inner chamber. The shrine is still used by the Talensi people today, and visitors are welcome to visit the site and learn more about the local culture and traditions.

Meet Our Culture in Sognaayili, Sognayili: Tamale Ghana

experience the culture and tradition of the Sognaayili people of tamale

Day 11:

Volta Region, Volta Region

embark on a long drive to Volta region, check into hotel for relaxation

Day 12: Volta region

Wli Waterfalls, Afegame Ghana:

The Wli Waterfalls are a scenic and popular tourist attraction located in the Volta Region of Ghana, near the town of Hohoe. The falls are the highest in Ghana and are made up of two separate cascades: the Upper Falls, which are about 80 meters high, and the Lower Falls, which are about 20 meters high. The falls are surrounded by lush vegetation and are located within the Wli Nature Reserve, which is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including monkeys, baboons, and several species of birds

Tagbo Falls, Tayi Ghana:

The Tagbo Falls are a series of cascading waterfalls located in the Eastern Region of Ghana, near the town of Liatikope. The falls are situated within the Tagbo Falls Reserve, which covers an area of approximately 25 hectares. The falls are made up of three tiers, with the first tier being the largest and most impressive. The water plunges over a rocky cliff face and falls about 60 meters into a pool below. The second and third tiers are smaller but equally picturesque.

Day 13

Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary And Cultural Village, Tafi Atome Ghana:

The Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary is a protected forest reserve located in the Volta Region of Ghana, near the town of Tafi Atome. The sanctuary is home to a large population of Mona monkeys, which are a species of guenon monkeys that are native to West Africa. The sanctuary was established in 1996 to protect the monkeys and their habitat, which was under threat from deforestation and hunting. The sanctuary covers an area of approximately 12 hectares and is surrounded by a buffer zone of farmland, which provides additional habitat for the monkeys.

Afadjato (Mount Afadjato), Ghana

Mount Afadjato is the highest mountain in Ghana, rising to an elevation of 885 meters above sea level. It is located in the Volta Region of Ghana, near the town of Liati Wote. The mountain is part of the Akwapim-Togo Ranges and is located close to the border with Togo. a hike to the mountain top takes about 12 hours.

Day 14: Accra Departure

Accra, Accra, Greater Accra

We will drive back to Accra, visit the crafts market or shopping mall for last minute shopping and final departure


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