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See the Ten regions of Ghana in this trip. Enjoy aerial view as you fly to the North,boat rides on the river Volta and at the Ada estuary. Visit serene and beautiful beaches, butterfly sanctuary and bird sanctuaries. Learn to cook local dishes with local salt in a village or with a professional chef in the big city, you’re choice to choose.
Amazing Ghana as this tour is known is designed for the person with limited time in Ghana but have a week to explore much of Ghana. This offers you the highlight of Ghana’s tourism experience and offers tours to the most intriguing places in Accra such as the memorial site of Ghana’s first president, the W.E.B. Dubois Centre and other places as well as the heartland of the infamous slave trade in Elmina and Cape Coast. Others include the culturally renowned Ashanti Kingdom, the Akwapim Kingdom, the one of a kind Canopy Walkway in Africa at Kakum etc.
Highlights include: An Accra city tour - Walk through the historical heart of Accra Discover Nima - a suburb of Accra Walk through our Cocoa tour Discover ancient Ashanti Architecture Visit the Manhyia Palace - seat of the Ashanti Kingdom Experience the local Kejetia Market - One of the largest open air markets in West Africa Visit crafts markets and villages specializing in bead making, kente weaving, pottery.... Visit to Slave Forts & Castles along our coasts Experience a walk along the canopy walkway of the Kakum National Park
Embark on a private full-day tour of Accra―Ghana's capital city―and get to know this exciting West African hub. Set out to explore some of Accra's most historic attractions in the company of a local guide. Visit the National Museum, which uses art, archaeology and ethnography to tell the story of Ghana's cultural history; experience the WEB Dubois Centre for Pan African Culture; and peruse Accra street markets for souvenir finds. You'll also get to see some of Ghana's renowned 'fantasy coffins,' functional coffins that are true works of art.
Explore Accra the capital of Ghana and the Gateway to West Africa. From the iconic Black Star Square to its markets, the city of Accra bustling with life will give you in place what life can be in other parts of the country with its cosmopolitan outlook. Join us to dig deeper into the history and culture of the people of Accra and Ghanaians at large.