Ghana tours

Ghana tours

All of our Ghana tour follow the same motto: pure enjoyment comes from discovery of natural beauties, investigating local culture and socializing with local people.

Seasonaly we offer several types of Ghana tours but at any time we can organize you one-day or several-day trip, in line with your preferences.Current offers

Usually, upon arrival at Accra airport we suggest to spent first day in Accra. It is not a lot to do in Accra, but rest and relax a bit on arrival to get acclimated to Ghana.

The typical route when visiting Ghana is the triangle formed by Accra-KumasiCape Coast.

This can be done in as little as 4-5 days, but we recommend spending around 9 days on this route for your first visit to Ghana. If you have a few extra days, add a visit into the north if your interests are wildlife (4-5 days), and/or add a visit into the Volta region if your interests are lush highlands and waterfalls (2-3 days).

Traveling to the northern border is for an adventurous traveler, although the area around Bolgatanga and Navrongo contain a number of destinations that are easily visited.

Tour program:

Day 1

Flight through one of Europe’s airports against Ghana. Evening landing in Accra. After the settlement of customs formalities, transfer to your hotel on the coast in Kokrobite

(30km from Accra remote vvillagee).

Day 2

On the second day we will continue with view of small village Kokrobite and visiting Rastafarian workshops and arts stalls. Rest of the day is reserved for relaxing and swimming in Atlantic Ocean near the Kokrobite beach. View performance of local dance groups.

Day 3

Check out and departures to Cape Coast with visit the castle under the protection of UNESCO, where largest slave trade in West Africa was held. Accommodation at the hotel in Cape Coast.

Day 4

On day 4 we will visit Cape Coast old town and the fishing market. In the afternoon follow departure via Takoradi to the small village Butre near the Atlantic Ocean.

Day 5

In the morning we will make boat trip with pirogue by mouth of the river. Followed by an afternoon walk in the fishing village Busua. Dinner with fresh lobster.

Day 6

Wake up and morning departure to Beyin near Ivory Coast border. Check in Beyin hotel. Follows boat trip to Nzulezo village on stilts under the lake.

Day 7

Return to Cape Coast and view of Kakum national park. Walk through primary forest on 40m high canopy walkway suspended between trees. We will spend a night in forest cottage.

Day 8

Continuing trip to Lake Bosumtwi near Kumasi old Ashanti Kingdom capital. Accommodation in Cocoa Village Guesthouse located on the banks of lake.

Day 9

View the surrounding villages. Track your day off with a swim in the lake. In the afternoon we visit the nearby village chief Anienyetiase and stop in the village bar.

Day 10

Fishing with local fishermen on canoes tree in the morning. Horseback riding around the lake.

Day 11

A trip to Kumasi, the old capital of Ashanti Kingdom. Visit the largest market in West Africa and see the palace Manhiya home of the Ashanti kings. Return to the lake, dinner and evening bonfire and African drums.

Day 12

Departure towards the mouth of the Volta River in Ada Foah. Arrival and accommodation in the village of bamboo. Rest.

Day 13

Boat trip around islands. View distillery and tasting homemade brandy. Dinner.

Day 14

Morning departures to Accra and hotel accommodation. Visit marketplace.

Day 15

Tour of the Accra city, the National Museum, the African Cultural Center, late lunch, departure to the airport and flight back. 

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