Market day on Lake Nakoue

Day Trips

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wli waterfalls“Wonders of Nature” Volta Falls Wli falls
Set off for the Volta Region the most picturesque region in Ghana for a visit to the beautiful Wli Waterfalls, the highest in Ghana and the craftsmen dealing in Kente cloth, pottery, drum making, etc.

Set off for a tour of Mount Afadjato, Ghana's highest peak. First visit the village of Liati Wote at the base of the mountain. Enjoy a two hour hike to the Liate falls, with great views as far as distant Lake Volta en route, as well as birdlife and occasional glimpses of monkeys or small antelope.

Bird Watching in Ghana

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Purple RollerGhana is a bird watcher's paradise with approximately 800 of Africa's 1300 species of birds, a staggering figure considering Ghana occupies only 1.25% of Africa's total land mass. Below are some birding tours through the eyes of our birdwatching specialists.

Note:  that our tours are tailored to meet each individual or group's specific requirements including budget. Contact us for further details that will best suits you

Arts and Crafts Tour

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Volta Cultural troupeGhana is especially well known for its arts and crafts, which reflect our traditions and cultures. Discover villages that specialize in kente cloth, woven by the Ewe and Asante people for centuries. Witness the process of adinkra printing. There are 60 Adinkra signs used in these cloths that are credited to proverbs. As a visitor to Ghana, you will find stalls throughout the country selling masks and sculptures from Ghana, Togo, Benin, Mali, Burkina Faso and other West African countries. Don't miss out on this opportunity to visit bead markets, to traditional ceremonies, dances,  character and many more.

Below is a sample tour to showcase what Ghana has to offer. Contact us for your customized itinerary.

Ghana Panafest 2017

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Cape coast slave dungeonPan-African Historic Festival is a major biennial event of cultural forum for Africans and people of African descent as well as friends of the continent committed to the noble cause of Pan Africanism.

The venues for the Panafest are the historical towns of Cape Coast and Elmina. The festival is a celebration of African cultural values, history and civilization. This consists of performances and workshops in theatre, drama, music, cinema, poetry, colloquia and lectures, colourful traditional durbar of chiefs and people of Ghana, tours/excursions to places of interest such as the slave castle dungeons.

Panafest brings together participants from all over the world. It was instituted by Ghana government based on a proposal submitted by Dr. (Mrs) Efua Sutherland.