This tour takes you to Cape Coast Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you will learn all about Ghana’s slave history, the Elmina Castle and the Kakum National Park for adventure crossing (Canopy Walk). We provide unique and memorable experience to travelers.
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.
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.
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.
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
Being picked up from your hotel at 7:30 am, you will visit the the amazing Akosombo Dam on the Lake Volta, one of the largest man made lakes in the world. The Akosombo dam is a monumental hydro-electric dam built by Ghana's first president in 1965 that provides a majority of the county's electricity. Learn about this great symbol of Ghanaian industry and technology as well as its continued socio-economic impact. You'll also be able to enjoy lunch with a spectacular view of Lake Volta at the famous Volta Hotel. Then you'll visit the Shai Hills Nature Reserve, one of Ghana's most beautiful nature parks with an incredible diversity of plant and widlife.
Travelers will get an amazing experience of Ghana's rich history and the events to the independence of Ghana. Explore the capital city's most vibrant market in West Africa on a 1 hour walk. Enjoy a Spectacular getaway from the hustle of city life, with excellent meals at the Labadi beach resort.
this tour will afford you the rich heritage and culture of Accra, with the indigenous people in their colorful township.
Experience the serene and peaceful atmosphere of the Akuapem ridge. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Accra and enjoy the beautiful greenery of the Aburi gardens; learn about the origins of Cocoa (raw material for chocolate) in Ghana; and enjoy the spectacular scenic view of Accra from the mountain top.
Travelers get to uncover hidden and interesting spots they haven't read about. They also get to travel with an experienced tour guide, who will help them learn about the culture and history of the area on a deeper level. The tour guide ensures your security and safety as well.
This tour will take you on a journey which will expose you to the activities of the slave trade era and the effects it had on communities, nations and humanity as a whole. Travelers will also get to enjoy the Flora and fauna of Ghana at the Kakum National Park as we go on Canopy Walk in the park.
Join this Day trip to Boti Falls from Accra. Enjoy the road trip, feel the breeze of the water falls and experience nature on the hike to the Umbrella rock and the mysterious Palm Tree.
All-Inclusive tour - All entry fees, transport, snacks and guide fees are fully covered. This tour caters for a minimum of 2 persons.
This Castles Experience is worth having for those who want to understand how the world has been shaped over the past 500-600 years. Ghana was a hub for Gold and the unfortunate slave trade. This tour gives you vivid pictures of how this trade occurred. You will also get great views of the Cape coast shores and enjoy a drive through the old streets of these two cities. Lunch (at own cost) will be at a beach side restaurant.
This Tour caters for a minimum of 2 clients.
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.
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.
Explore the Aburi gardens, learn about the origins of Cocoa (raw material for chocolate) in Ghana and enjoy the spectacular scenic view of Accra from the mountain top and Boti falls where we have the Umbrella Rock and Three Headed Palm Tree.
You will also have the option to do a hike to the umbrella rock, it is about 1 hour hike up in the rocky forest.. Perfect for you if you love hiking.
Explore the serene Volta region with us and swim at a clean beach. Drive through rural Ghana and get a taste of fresh food right from the farm. Enjoy the breeze of the Volta river and drive along the coast. Experience the Keta lagoon and the Atlantic Coast.
This tour caters for a minimum of 2 persons.
Optional: cruise on the Volta River.
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.