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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.
Full-day tour of Accra
Enjoy a comprehensive tour of Ghana's vibrant capital city
Ideal for families and solo travelers
Includes entry fees, round-trip hotel transport and the expertise of a local guide
Receive personalized attention on a private excursion
Kelvin should receive a golden prize from the official of Ghana for his tours! Incredibly informative of the ancient and contemporary history along with a comfortable drive. There was a deep sense of love for Ghana and was not just taking us through the motions. For the Year of Return travelers from the diaspora, this is your #1 choice to spend a whole day in Accra. From the Nkrumah Memorial to Jamestown it is worth every cent, and then some
What a fantastic day we had! Our tour-guide, Prince, and driver, Alex, were very friendly and very knowledgeable. Best thing about the day was the flexibility. After seeing the WEB Museum and walking through the Makola market, Prince asked us if we wanted to continue with the car or get out and do some walking. We walked from the Lighthouse in Jamestown to the Memorial for Kwame Nkrumah, and visited another tourist market. Prince was careful to check with us before walking into tourist traps. We went to a small shop making traditional drums and practiced a bit with the locals, knowing that even if we didn't want to take anything home with us, a small tip was in order. All the way through he told us so many interesting things about Ghana, the culture and the people, and even personal stories about his own wedding. He told us to listen for shouts of Oburoni as we were in the markets, telling us that the merchants were trying to get our attention. All these small things made the tour into a personal experience we will always remember!