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This tour gives travellers the opportunity to experience the beauty, historic monuments and the great cultural heritage the city has to offer. It also offer visitors the opportunity to experience the pleasure and the artistic nature of the City.
With a private tour, you can easily head to Cape Coast and Elmina from Accra in one day. Customize your itinerary to include top sights like Kakum National Park, Cape Coast Castle, the Elmina fish market, and more—all in the comfort of a private vehicle and with the added insight of a guide.
Acquaint yourself with Accra on this private city tour, with hassle-free pickup and drop-off from your hotel at a time that works for you. Benefit from the insider knowledge of your guide as you explore highlights and hidden gems including the W. E. B. Du Bois Centre, Independence Square, and Jamestown district and avoid additional costs with all entry fees and transfers included in the price.
Get a glimpse of life in an Accra slum on a 3-hour small-group walking tour of Old Fadama (Agbogbloshie), a city neighborhood where much of the community is living in extreme poverty. Walk alongside your guide as you learn how locals earn their livings by dismantling or rehabilitating discarded machinery and electronics. Meet Ghanaians who live and work on Accra’s geographic and cultural margins, and hear about the ongoing conflict between impoverished residents and the national government.
Cape Coast and Elmina Castles are two of the largest remaining structures symbolizing the last point of contact for millions of Africans who left the continent to be enslaved across the Americas. This experience includes a tour of the castles, a historical walking tour of Cape Coast where the vestiges of the slave trade remain, lunch, and a reflection and naming ceremony for those commemorating their return to the motherland.
On this private tour of Accra, you’ll revisit the brutal days of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, one of Ghana’s darkest chapters. Travel by private car between multiple history-packed locations in Jamestown, including houses built by enslaved merchants, English and Dutch-built forts, and vibrant local neighborhoods. Guided tours include a mix of walking and driving, covering more sights in less time.
This Mole National park safari tour offers unbeatable value for visitors who want to see wildlife like elephants, baboons, and more in Ghana’s most popular national park. Five included safaris by car, foot, and canoe—including trips many visitors skip over on their own—pack in opportunities to see a variety of animals, while included accommodation, flights from Accra, and entrance fees make the price a bargain.
Hike through the jungle, paddle along the Black Volta, and cycle past traditional villages on this Ghana safari tour. From Accra, head out with a guide to Mole National Park, plus attractions in Tamale and Wa. the All transportation, lodging, and activities are included, which minimizes planning and logistics on your end and ensures that you make the most of your trip.
Explore Accra’s most vibrant markets on a 3-hour walking tour through Ghana’s bustling capital city. Follow your guide through the Makola and Salaga markets and get tips and advice for bargaining like a local. Browse vivid displays of medicinal plants and herbs, and discover handcrafted beads, Kente clothing and souvenirs from around the country. See timber from African forests, then learn how vendors at Accra’s fascinating herbal market sell the roots, leaves and dried plants used in traditional medicine and voodoo ceremonies.
Exploring Accra can be intimidating on your own. This guided tour offers a hassle-free way of seeing the top sights in Ghana’s capital city, plus provides the benefit of a guide to provide plenty of insight into the area’s history and culture along the way. In the safety and comfort of a private vehicle, head to Black Star Square, Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, and more, giving you a good sense of all that Accra has to offer.
Discover Accra’s rich creative and cultural heritage on a 3-hour, small-group walking tour of the city, and meet the artists, craftspeople and artisans who live and work on Ghana’s vibrant coast. Watch a shoemaker craft shoes by hand using locally-produced leather, and learn how bakers use traditional clay ovens to produce distinctive crusty loaves. See fishermen sing as they haul in their daily catch then visit a local factory where workers transform scrap metal into ingenious tools, finely-wrought jewelry and works of art.
Explore Accra’s Danish, Dutch and Jamestown neighborhoods on a 3-hour walking tour that takes in the architectural highlights of this historic seaside city. Follow your guide through streets lined with pre-colonial buildings, and hear the stories behind the elegant homes and imposing mansions built by the first Dutch and Danish colonizers. Follow the thread of colonial rule into the Ga-Mashie neighborhood of Jamestown, then make a final stop at the oldest hotel in Accra, now an atmospheric ruin at the water’s edge.
Discover West Africa's largest open-air market with a small group on a 4-hour walking tour of Kumasi’s Kejetia Market. Follow your guide through the sprawling maze of stalls to browse vibrant displays of Kente cloth and Ashanti sandals, and practice your bargaining skills with some of the market’s 10,000 vendors. Find handicrafts and souvenirs from around the country, including glass beads, batik fabrics, and woodcarvings, then watch metal traders transform scrap into innovative new pieces, and sample freshly-made delicacies in the bustling capital of Ghana’s Ashanti region.
Nima often describe as the largest slum in Accra or Zango (Meaning a settlement of traders in the hausa language) is a Muslim populated area with people coming from all part of the country to settle, especially people from the Northern part of Ghana. Nima is a very diverse community and you will find every tribe in the country living there, Nima is an example of people co-existing from different backgrounds, cultures and religion.This tour takes you on a 2-3hours walking tours of the neighborhood, it includes visiting markets, local houses, foods and listening to stories of how some of the people migrated there. This tour is an opportunity for you to see the different sides of life and experiences in Accra. Nima is a very lively area, nothing slows down there, people always going about their business and you can find almost any local food or spices you want there at the markets, feel free to interact with the local women at the market.
Explore Accra as a local on this guided tour of Ghana's capital. You will get to experience Accra and its top arttractions such as the Makola Market, Kwame Nkrumah Park, and the Art Centre in private transportation so that you can avoid public transit and driving in traffic. All of this and more you will do in a relaxing and memorable way. Plus, you get to go with a guide who gives you the scoop on what it takes to enjoy Accra and Ghana in general.
Don’t let Accra’s hectic traffic keep you from seeing the city’s many sights. From the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum to the busy Makola Market, this tour covers essential Accra sights from the comfort of a private vehicle. Not only do you get a great introduction to the metropolis, but you also pick up tips, fun facts, and stories from a local guide along the way.
Explore the best of Accra whiles escaping the chaos on this guided tour of Ghana’s electric capital. Your guide takes you to top Accra attractions such as the Makola Market, Kwame Nkrumah Park, and the Art Center in private transportation—meaning you can avoid public transit and driving in traffic.
Look for hippos in the wild on this tour of the Wechiau Community Hippo Sanctuary, a community-run eco-tourism project near Wa. Cycling through the sanctuary with a guide helps you cover more ground than is possible by foot, while a guide helps point out hippos and other wildlife that you might miss on your own. Then, tour a traditional Lobi village to learn more about one of Ghana’s most distinctive cultures.
This full day tour takes you to three popular tourist sites in Ghana’s Central Region. Visit Kakum National Park, which is known for its walkways suspended among rainforest treetops. Then it’s on to Elmina Castle, the oldest European building in sub-Saharan Africa. Finally, tour Cape Coast Castle and cross through the infamous “Door of No Return.”
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