Ghana tour, slave route
Description of Ghana tour, slave route
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.
PlanetWe mostly visit these sites and inspect their facilities and to encourage them about the need to keep the environment clean and the need to sustain these delicate sites. We contact Tourism management especially in areas where dust bins are few, to provide more at vantage points to prevent tourists from littering. Before any trip we give the code of conduct to travelers to know how to conduct themselves in order not to destroy the local culture, flora and fauna species.
We follow a '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.
PeopleAll guides on this trip are local guides, picked for their excellent indigenous knowledge of the area and high degree of training. They are knowledgeable and have in depth of the slave trade and their local culture. We believe that these local people are in the best position to explain the history of the slave trade handed to them by their forefathers.
Any time we send travelers 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. Throughout the trip travelers or tourists stay in hotels which are locally owned and community guesthouses.