Ghana 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.
DAY 1 Accra
Arrival at the Kotoka International Airport. Then to the hotel for the night where guests will be welcomed with a tropical cocktail. Spend the night at a beach resort in Accra.
DAY 2 Accra
Travel to Aburi Botanical Gardens, relax and experience the large amount of indigenous plants/flora. Visit the wood carvers of the mountains for viewing and possible purchasing. Spend the night at the Akwaaba Beach Resort.
DAY 3 Accra – Akosombo
Visit the Akosombo Dam the largest man-made dam in the world with a possible boat cruise on the Volta Lake. Spend the night at a riverside resort in Akosombo.
DAY 4/5 Akosombo – Elmina
Travel to Cape Coast (capital of the Central Region) with visits to several fishing villages en route. Visits to the 16th century Castles and slave dungeons, declared as World Heritage monuments by the UNESCO. Experience the canopy walk of the Kakum National Park (360 square Kilometers of natural rain forest and home to many rare birds, butterflies and man.) Spend the night at a beach resort in Elmina.
DAY 6 Elmina – Abonu
A visit to Kumasi will include the craft villages where traditional craftsmen apply their skills and talents. The Owabi Bird Sanctuary, which abounds with birds and butterflies is a place worth visiting once in this region. There will also be a visit to Bobiri forest Reserve, which covers approximately square Kilometers. This game reserve is superb for photography. Spend the night at a lakeside resort at Abonu.
DAY 7-8 Abonu – Damongo
We shall forge ahead through the Brong-Ahafo Region on the way to the north with visits to the Kintampo falls and Mole National Park which is the largest national park in Ghana, home to large of elephants, bucks and monkeys. Spend the night at the in Damongo.
DAY 9/10 Damongo – Nkwanta – Volta
Head back south, while enjoying the beautiful countryside along the way. We shall change route and pass through the Nkwanta to Ada Foah, Where the Volta Lake meets the Atlantic Ocean. Spend the night at a Riverfront resort.
DAY 11 Volta – Accra
Return to Accra and visit the Centre for National Culture, the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum then spend the rest of the afternoon at one of our numerous sandy beaches. Spend the night at a beach resort in Accra.
DAY 12 Accra
Last minute shopping for souvenirs and last night per-departure party Spend the night at a beach resort in Accra.
DAY 13 Accra
Departure from Ghana with the most superb memories.
End of Programme