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Ghana cultural tours

Ghana is Africa’s friendliest and most peaceful country, and stands out as a preferred tourist destination in West Africa with its rich history, time-honoured traditions and arts and natural scenic beauty. All the ethnic groups in Ghana cherish their culture very much .Visitors to Ghana are enthralled by the fascinating cultural experience that link the past to the present in the institution of rich regalia and chieftaincy, traditional festival, handicrafts and Ghanaian hospitality. This tour is basically about experiencing the culture of some selected ethnic groups in Ghana mostly the Lobi, Gonja Nankana, Bonos, Ewes, Guans, and Ashantis tribes in order to value and understand the ... Read more >
From £3,185 excluding flights

Ghana wildife safari, 4 days

This 4-day safari in Ghana introduces you to some of the country’s best landscapes and wildlife – travelling in a private vehicle to ensure your holiday is comfortable and hassle free. The adventure begins in Mole National Park, which has one of the last remaining elephant populations in West Africa, as well as numerous bird species, buffaloes, and antelopes and more. Discover these creatures on game drives, canoe and walking safaris, exploring the park during the day and after dark. In the rainforest of Mognori, you will stop off at an ecovillage to learn about the local culture through drumming and dance performances. At Wechiau Community Hippo Sanctuary, a pioneering community tourism ... Read more >
From US $830 including domestic flights only

Ghana tour, cultural, wildlife & nature

Ghana is an incredible destination for artists, musicians and photographers – the country is packed with creativity and inspiration. In Accra, you can wander through Osu Oxford Street, the city’s most colourful street, to visit the Arts Centre, a hub for Ghanaian arts and crafts where you can shop for wood carvings, textiles, leather and metalwork. Nearby, the W.E.B. Dubois Centre for Pan African Culture, a memorial to the African-America Pan Africanist of the same name, who became a Ghanaian citizen. Beautiful, handwoven Kente cloth is symbolic of Ghana, an on this Ghana cultural tour you will have the opportunity to meet master weavers and learn how to spin, wrap and weave this textile. ... Read more >
From £1,280 excluding flights

Ghana, Togo and Benin cultural holiday

This week-long Benin, Togo and Ghana tour takes travellers on a unique cultural journey through West Africa where you’ll experience everything from authentic African architecture and the horrific heritage of the slave trade to voodoo magic and fetish markets. Highlights of this Benin, Togo and Ghana tour include the UNESCO Cape Coast castle in Ghana where you’ll be able to visit the fish market and lend a hand as fishermen try to haul in the catch of the day. A stroll through the streets of Elmina’s old town district lets you compare life along the coast where fortifications, Dutch influence and colourfully-decorated canoes always get cameras snapping. Accra invites a chance to hear the ... Read more >
From £1,590 excluding flights

Ghana tours

Tourists/Travellers want what is real, and they want to be immersed in a rich natural, cultural, or historical experience. This is what this package entails. We believe that this package will give travellers or visitors to Ghana the opportunity to visit undisturbed natural areas, scenic beaches, and observe plants and wildlife. Ghana offers many opportunities for local governments to share their natural environments with visitors. While maximizing the economic, environmental and social benefits from ecotourism, the local environment must be protected. This tour enables you to explore both the forest and the beaches of Ghana. There is series of picturesque beaches in this country. ... Read more >
From £3,688 excluding flights

Ghana nature & hiking tour

Accra the capital city is a bustling place where you will experience noise from vehicles honking and during your visit at the makola market your guide will take you to the different places you can get almost anything from vegetables, shoes , bags , sunglasses jewelry , western style clothes , African fabrics, smoked fish , snails, suitcases , hand bags, towels , beaded jewelry you just name it. You will need to stay close to your tour guide. At James Town you may chat with local fisher men as they haul their catch for the day or mend their fishing nets and nearby is the old James forte to learn about the infamous slavery as it happened in the city of Accra ... Read more >
From £578 excluding flights

Ghana coastal trekking holiday, Cape Three Points

This unique tour offered by no-one else is a great way to get to see so much of what makes Ghana amazing. On this tour you will walk or hike through a rural coastal area of Ghana staying each night in lovely beach side Eco-lodges. During the day there will be time to acquaint yourself with your surroundings in each area, whether it be exploring castles, taking a canoe crocodile safari, learning to surf, learning to cook, drum, and exploring rubber plantations and rain forest reserves. You will also connect to friendly fishing village community. The Cape Three Points are in the far Western Region, where the beaches are endless and clean and the people welcoming and kind. This complex of ... Read more >
From £1,019 excluding flights

Ashanti tours in Ghana

The Ashanti Kingdom stands out as a preferred tourist destination in West Africa with its rich history, time-honoured traditions and arts and natural scenic beauty. All the ethnic groups in Ghana cherish their culture very much. Visitors to Ghana are enthralled by the fascinating cultural experience that link the past to the present in the institution of rich regalia and chieftaincy, famous kente cloth, traditional festival and rites. This tour is basically about experiencing richness of the culture. We recommend that this tour should fall on Akwasidea festival celebrated every six weeks in accordance with the Akan Calendar so that you can have a feel of how Ashantis celebrate their ... Read more >
From £1,777 excluding flights

Ghana holiday, coastal tour

Seven days of exploring the coast of Ghana is a good amount of time to get a feel for some of the great places to visit and definitely enough time to soak up some quality rays on the sandy shores. This trip will take you to Elmina/Cape Coast area for some of the popular travel destinations there like the castles, the shrines and then onto the beautiful empty beaches of the Western region. While not enjoying the beautiful beaches and water,you will take some day trips to the wonderful natural attraction sites of the region like Nzulezu stilt village and Ankasa reserve. On this trip you will stay in some very nice beach lodges that allow you to enjoy the beaches in comfort; all in areas ... Read more >
From US $950 excluding flights

Ghana tour, slave route

This 15 day tour allows you to explore many historical and cultural sites associated with the Slave Trade in West Africa. Whenever the slave trade is mentioned anywhere in the world, Ghana comes to the forefront of peoples minds. You will have the opportunity to experience the culture of selected ethnic groups staying within communities that have a link with the slave trade. This will help to value and understand the rich culture of Ghanaians. You will visit community based ecotourism sites, historical sites, and cultural sites. You will tour the coastal dungeons where captives waited for the slave ships to take them to the New World. You will travel north to visit the slave markets and ... Read more >
From £2,735 excluding flights

Cultural & wildlife holiday in Ghana

This trip will give you a great perspective of Ghana; taking you through many of the cultural sites of southern Ghana, while introducing some accessible natural areas, and rural community based attractions. Akwaaba , come discover the friendly and rich cultural heritage of the people in Ghana. Experience up-close and personal beauty of the extensive natural and the friendly people, unexplored landscapes and untamed wildlife. Participate and share our traditions and get a view behind the scenes while interacting with village communities. Hike through the tropical rainforest and the rolling green hills in the south and Ghana offers you so many different experiences that this tour gives you a ... Read more >
From £794 excluding flights

Ghana wildlife and cultural holiday

This trip will give you a great perspective of Ghana taking you through many of the cultural sites of southern Ghana, while introducing some accessible natural areas, and rural community based attractions. This is a wonderful mixture of culture, history, nature, and connections to warm welcoming Ghanaians. The adventure will take you down the coast to the former colonial capital of Cape Coast and beyond to deserted beautiful beaches, then inland to the center of the Ashanti cultural empire at Kumasi, after Kumasi you will travel a little further north exploring a community monkey sanctuary and a sacred grove. HIGHLIGHTS: Accra exploration Cape Coast and castle Elmina and ... Read more >
From £1,261 excluding flights

Ghana safari & cultural holiday

Start and end your African safari tours at Accra travelling through 3 countries for best of wildlife viewing at Mole and Pendjari National Parks Enjoy unforgettable and best of wildlife viewing of African safari tours at Mole National park in Ghana, and Pendjari National Park of Benin. Go in search of elephants, lions, leopards, cheetah and many more. You will discover the flora and fauna in their natural habitat. Visit and Interact with welcoming authentic and friendly tribes living in small villages in remote and off the beaten places, a unique Koutammakou tribe living in a collection of architecture of traditional mud, A UNESCO World Heritage Cultural landscape. Experience / ... Read more >
From US $1,755 including domestic flights only
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