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Visit Cape Coast highlights in just one day on this guided tour. Walk alongside a guide as you explore the infamous Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle, which played large roles in the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Between castles, walk across the hanging bridges of Kakum National Park for a chance to learn about local wildlife.
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.
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.
Biking through the Volta region is a great way to get a sense of the area’s natural beauty. Bike past traditional villages and through gorgeous natural passes en route to the Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary. Then, visit one of the top kente-weaving towns in the area to learn first-hand how Ghana’s signature fabric is woven by hand.
If you’re trying to catch sight of rare birds while in Ghana, nothing beats going with a local guide who knows where to find them. On this tour, follow your birding guide through forests and remote villages in search of yellow-headed picathartes—sightings are common throughout the year. Dinner, bottled water, and hotel pickup and drop-off ensure a hassle-free trip.
Panafest is an event dedicated to the African dance, music and other performing arts. Also known as the ‘Pan-African Historical Theatre Festival’, Panfest is a cultural event that aims and endeavours towards the enhancement of the ideals of Pan-Africanism and the development of the African continent. It is a biennial festival and is observed every two years to celebrate the people of African descent as well as all persons committed to the well being of Africans on the continent and in the global arena.
Most tours of Ashanti are overnight trips that requires one to pay more for accommodation. You can still visit Ghana's cultural heartbeat in a day from Accra for less. This is an experience you will not forget.
This tour offers a complimentary hotel pick up, Free Wifi, soda and water. Aside offering a professional Tour Guide emphasis is placed more on your requirements irrespective of the already planned itinerary.
This tour provides a perfect introduction full of unforgettable experiences. It is a pleasant mixture of culture, history, nature, and connections to warm welcoming Ghanaians. With Deft Experience every experience is sure to be colourful and golden.
The combined two countries Ghana and Togo walking and trekking tour is a discovery that passes through forests, lush green mountains and valleys with splendid refreshing water falls, rivers, picturesque villages like Koumakonda and Kouma-tokpli in Togo
Boti falls is a twin waterfall located at Boti in Eastern Region of GhanaIt is the closes waterfalls to Accra,take a break from the City and spend a day at the falls.it is about 2 hours drive from Accra.You can swim at this falls and spend the whole day there and also visit the beads market.You will also have the option to do a hike to the umbrella rock, it is about 1hour hike up in the rocky forest.. Perfect for you if you love hiking.On the way back we will stop by the Aguri Botanical gardens.Bring your swimming pants along if you were to swim at the Boti waterfalls.
A favorite pick among nature lovers, this Volta Region bicycle tour takes you into the rain forest to explore the village of Juaso—taste raw cocoa here if it’s in season. Then, take a steep ride to the Bunso Arboretum: walk across a forest canopy, look out for birds and butterflies, or stroll along shaded trails. Best of all, this 11-mile (17 kilometer) trail is easy for most travelers.
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.
If off-the-beaten-track adventure suits your travel style, this hiking and biking tour of the Volta region is a must. Depart from Hohoe and head thorough forest trails to reach sights such as the ancestral caves of Likpe Todome, Aflabo Falls, and the remote Leklebi villages. The 32-mile (52 kilometer) journey flies by thanks to commentary from your guide.