Drumming is part and parcel of the Ghanaian culture; Ghanaian music is characterized by a “strong rhythmic interest” that exhibits common characteristics in all regions. every region, ethnic group and tribe have a rhythm to their culture. This is why you are likely to see drumming and dancing in every part of the country.
Whether it’s at the beach or on the streets of Accra you will see people drumming just for the fun of it and its entertainment to them and those around. Drumming can be fun and a way to immerse yourself into the Ghanaian culture, our goal is to make you enjoy this aspect of the culture and at the same time learn some Ghanaian drumming rhythms.
Drums consist of skin or “drumhead” stretched over the open end of a frame or “shell”. Well known African drums include the Djembe and the Talking drum.
Learn about the huge role that cocoa has played in Ghana’s history on this Cocoa Trail tour from Accra. Travel off-the-beaten-path as you ride into the Akwapim Ridge, home to much of Ghana’s cocoa industry, to learn about the history of cocoa from colonialism to the present. See real cocoa farms and visit the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana to learn even more.
Its a unique cpombination of attractions for your pleasure. The Bonsu region is unexplored much, The Koforidua region has a lot to see. There is also a complimentary tour to the largest beads market in Ghana.
This tour has several surprises. It includes free tours to places you would have ideally paid for. The tour makes you see the entire preparation of a farm and the various processes it goes through to get to the table
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