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Experience the serene and peaceful atmosphere of the Akuapem ridge. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Accra and enjoy the beautiful greenery of the Aburi gardens; learn about the origins of Cocoa (raw material for chocolate) in Ghana; and enjoy the spectacular scenic view of Accra from the mountain top.
Explore the serene Volta region with us. Drive through rural Ghana and get a taste of fresh food right from the farm. Enjoy a drink by the Volta river and drive along the coast. Swim in the sea, experience the Keta lagoon and enjoy lunch with a breeze. Drive in between the lagoon and the ocean with scenic views.
If it’s your first time visiting Accra, a guided tour is the best way to get a handle on the city. This half-day Accra sightseeing option takes you on a quick trip to the city’s highlights, including the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and the Makola Market. Along the way, your local guide provides a perspective on the sights that many miss.
Travelers get to uncover hidden and interesting spots they haven't read about. They also get to travel with an experienced tour guide, who will help them learn about the culture and history of the area on a deeper level. The tour guide ensures your security and safety as well.
Exploring Accra is the first thing every tourist look out for and wild tours is here to make it memorable. Visit the olden Accra settlements,see ostriches and probably feel their eggs,shop and see one of the exquisite art galleries in Ghana with an inboard tour guide to give insights about the sites.
From local markets to historic suburbs, Accra is full of wonderful places to visit off the beaten path. This Accra sightseeing tour takes you where many don’t: visit the automobile capital in Abossey Okai, navigate hectic markets like a local, and discover Accra’s old-town roots as a fishing village as you walk through Jamestown with a guide. Pick up Accra history, culture, and fun facts along the way.
Black History Month is an annual observance originating in the United States, where it is also known as African-American History Month. Black history month as known now was originally called the Negro History Week created by Carter .G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, educator, scholar and publisher. It became a month-long celebration in 1976. The celebrations have been marked extensively in Ghana and some parts of Africa. The US Embassy in Accra, Ghana has over the years collaborated with educational institutions, non-profits and cultural advancement agencies to mark the celebrations.
This tour provides visitors with the insight of Ghana's cultural, historical and natural heritage. This tour also makes you feel the Ghanaian life style and also makes you experience Ghanaian festival and naming ceremony.
Explore with us of the Aburi gardens; learn about the origins of Cocoa (raw material for chocolate) in Ghana and enjoy the spectacular scerenic view of Accra from the mountain top and Boti falls where we have the Umbrella Rock and Three Headed Palm Tree.
Explore the Coast of the Volta Region and the Volta river on this Trip. We will explore Ada, stay at a river side hotel, explore the coast and the Keta lagoon. Get ready with your Camera for great photos. Enjoy the drive, boat cruises, time to swim and know the culture of the people. We will also visit the border between Ghana and Togo for a quick observation before our return to Accra.
A 6 day tour of Ghana, visiting Accra, the Volta River, waterfalls, markets, beaches, the Ashanti Kingdom, traditional villages, the former slave castle at Elmina, and West Africa's highest rain forest canopy walkway at Kakum National Park
This trip to Ghana includes a visit to craft village in the Ancient Ashanti Kingdom, slave castles on the Cape Coast, and significant sites in Accra such as independence square, the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park among others. We offer luxurious travel and the sites are awesome to spend a day.
Explore the thriving unspoilt hotspots of Ghana as we take on you on this 8 days’ special tour. Embark on a journey to the most varied and vibrant sites of the country visiting the ancient cities and beyond.You will discover diversity of cultural, historical and crafts wealth of Ghana. In Kumasi city- the second largest city of Ghana, you will learn the history of the Ashanti Kingdom; visit workshops of master craftsmen who create amazing Kente cloth handmade in looms from a time-honored tradition and Ntonso Adinkra craft village.Your trip will be incomplete without a visit to the infamous Forts and Castles of Elmina and Cape Coast. You will be taken through an emotional journey of the history of slave Trade in the country as well as acquaintance with indigenous life of the local people of Elmina.
This trip to Ghana includes a visit to craft village in the Ancient Ashanti Kingdom, slave castles on the Cape Coast, and significant sites in Accra such as independence square, the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park among other. It was much rewarding and awesome.
This is the burial place for Ghana's First President and his Wife. There are many accessories of his to be seen and touched. This is a lovely place for tourist and its been geo-tagged by millions of people and a must seen historic site in Accra
This 3 days starter pack offers you a classical introduction to Ghana’s history and culture. Experience Ghana as the natives do, in its nearly undiluted naturalness, with memories worth repeating.Explore the rich history and culture of the Ga people of Accra as you visit one of the fascinating communities of Accra-Jamestown. You will experience the contrast of this sprawling township with modern Accra. Travel through the coastal lands of Elmina and Cape Coast to see the infamous Cape Coast and Elmina Castles and Forts.Crown your exploration with a visit to the Kakum National Park, one of West Africa’s few surviving tropical rain forests and challenge yourself to complete the walk cross on the Tree-top Canopy walkway which offers you a picturesque view of the forests or choose a 2 km nature walk through the forest to discover the wide variety of butterflies, birds and exotic floral species and the medicinal values they offer