Converge in front of the Jamestown Cafe, where we begin our walking tour through the fishing village of James Town. Situated where the Gulf of Guinea sends tidings from the Atlantic Ocean.
Jamestown happens to be one of the oldest settlements full of beautifully disheveled colonial buildings, clapboard houses and corrugated iron shacks but it remains one of the most vibrant districts.
After a brief introduction of Jamestown, we start the day with a walk from the lighthouse to the west-end slave tunnel, where we enter the old slave tunnel; proceed to current Harbour. Continue to the Harbour house, Agyiri house and to the Franklin house in Otublohum, a major private slave compound overlooking the ocean, the old and main harbor under construction.
- Tour guide’s services
- Fishing harbour
- Entrance fees to all attractions
- Services of a local representative
- Visit to local homes
- Donation to local hosts
- Bottled water
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