Ashanti tours in Ghana
Description of Ashanti tours in Ghana
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
Planet and peopleCommunity
We have built strong links with local communities, craftspeople and artists who are maintaining our culture and traditions. We offer visitors an opportunity to meet them, thereby valuing their activities and thus helping towards their survival. After the trip in the craft villages – Adamwomase, Ahwia and Ntonso travellers are encouraged to leave some money in the communities by eating delicious and nutritious local foods and buy local souvenirs.
Again, all guides on this trip are local guides, picked for their excellent indigenous knowledge of the area and high degree of training.
Any time we send travellers or tourists to a community based tourism site, we as a company donate or give something little to support in the development of the community.
Before any trip we give the code of conduct to travellers to know how to conduct themselves in order not to destroy the local culture, flora and fauna species. 'Do not take any flora, take only photographs' and ‘Do not litter but leave only your footprint policy’. Helps to keep the environment clean as our guides are asked to explain and encourage this policy during the trip. We also inspect the facilities in these sites to make sure that they are well intact.
We encourage travel by public bus by clients which is very cheap in Ghana. In this way the carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere is reduced. In the various communities there are bicycles for hiring at a cheaper rate and we encourage clients staying in communities for long to use them or walk if the distance is short .