Ghana, Culture and Nature

  • Destination: Ghana
  • Duration: 8 days

“The viw of the panorama was immense. Everything gave a sense of greatness, of freedom, of supreme nobility … There was a good breath… I woke up in the morning on the plateaus and I thought: «Here I am, this is my place»”

(Karen Blixen, My Africa)

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Accra, Akosombo, Hohoe, Kumasi, Kente, Kakum

Day 1 – ACCRA (-/-/D)
Arrival to Accra. Transfer to the hotel. Dinner and overnight in the hotel

Day 2 – AKOSOMBO (B/-/D)
Breakfast in the hotel. Introduction to Ghana and a panoramic tour of the city of Accra. Departure for the Volta River Region, Ghana’s Ewe Country. Arrive at Akosombo, the largest artificial lake in the world. Boat ride on the lake at sunset. Dinner on the lake and time of introduction to the local folk music traditions. Overnight in the hotel

Day 3 – HOHOE (B/-/D)
Breakfast in the hotel. Departure for Hohoe at Wli Falls, the highest in East Africa, and Mount Afadjato, the highest in Ghana. By choice, climbed to the top of the mountain and bath in the falls. Meeting with local people. Return to Accra. Dinner in the lively Osu district of the capital. Overnight in Accra

Day 4 – KUMASI (B/-/D)
Breakfast in the hotel. Early departure for Kumasi, the “garden city” of East Africa and the center of the Ashanti Empire. Visit the Manhiya Palace where Okomfo Anokye’s sword is kept, and the famous Kejetia Market (one of the largest outdoor markets in Eastern Africa). Cultural afternoon in Kumasi with the introduction to the arts and traditions of the Ashanti people. Overnight in Kumasi

Day 5 – KENTE (B/-/D)
Breakfast in the hotel. Visit a Kente textile workshop (where colorful Ghana fabrics are created and Adinkra symbols). Departure for Cape Coast and Elmina. Overnight in a beach resort

Day 6 – KAKUM (B/-/D)
Breakfast in the hotel. Choose one of these possibility: Kakum National Park, walking on the Tibetan bridge over the forest and visiting the crocodile home; Participation in a Ghanan ceremony for the New Year; Walked into the fishing town of Elmina with a ride on a colourful fishing boat. Free time. Dinner and overnight in the hotel

Day 7 – ACCRA (B/-/-)
Breakfast in the hotel. Departure for Accra. Stop to visit Anomabo Castle, a fort built by the English in 1726. Honorary citizenship ceremony and greetings in Biriwa village. Arrival to Accra. Shopping and leisure. Transfer to Accra International Airport on time for the operations of check-in on your international flight

The itinerary includes:
Transport in executive vehicle, licensed tour guide, lodging in 4* hotel (double room with private bathroom), half board services (from the dinner of the first day to the breakfast of the last day), tour leader, entry fees, airport assistance, tips

The itinerary excludes:
Drinks during the meals, entry fees to monuments not mentioned in the itinerary, VISA, extras and personal expenses, insurance, international flights

Hotels 4* available according to the date of departure