Here at TripsAfrica, we treat our clients to a fun-packed trip of exploring the most amazing parts of Ghana. We help our clients explore and experience the amazing wildlife and national parks, cultural, historical and coastal resources of this beautiful country called Ghana.
You will be picked up at the agreed location in Accra to begin your tour of the hustle and bustle of the metropolis of Ghana’s capital. Your first stop will be to the W.E.B. Centre for Pan-African Culture. Dr. Dubois, A Pan-Africanist accepted an invitation from Dr. Kwame Nkrumah(Ghana’s first President) and the task to of researching and compiling the Encyclopedia Africana. The center consists of a museum; which contains memorabilia and Dr. Dubois’s personal library, the open air theatre; where intellectual seminars and workshops were held. In addition is the Marcus Garvey Guesthouse at the center. You will be treated to a guided tour of this memorial center.
Afterwards you will depart to Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park. There, you will make stops at some side attractions including; the Independence Square and Mausoleum. Continue to Osu Castle which was the administrative seat of the colonial governor and later became the seat of Government for Ghanaian Presidents until recently when the Jubilee House(Current Seat of Government) was built and the seat of Government relocated there. Depart to visit James Town which is regarded as Old Accra. James Town is a fishing community inhabited primarily by the Ga tribe of Ghana and this community also houses the remains from the colonial past of Accra. End your tour with a visit to the largest art market in Ghana, the Accra Art Centre. You will see different kinds of craft works from all over Ghana. Be ready to hear shop keepers calling you from both sides to come and have a look at their products. You will be transferred to your location to end the tour.
The Cape Coast Slave Castle located in the central region of Ghana is a beautiful site to see despite the history it hold about slaves. You will be treated to this and the Kakum National Park where you will see some indigenous wildlife home to only Ghana. Get ready for a fun filled and thrilling adventure!
You will be picked up early in the morning at the agreed location in Accra to depart on a return trip to the Central Region of Ghana. If the hustle and bustle of Accra mars the peaceful tour you intend to have in Ghana, wait till you leave that behind as you enter a new and calmer region where you will see the rapid transformation. Your first stop will be to the Cape Coast Slave Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the about forty (40) Slave Castles that was built on the Gold Coast of West Africa.
The Cape Coast Castle was built in 1653 by the Swedish and later taken over by the British. It is regarded as the second biggest slave castle in Ghana and the most visited. A tour of this facility is going to leave you in a very sad mood and a life-time experience. You will have a feel of the beautiful ocean view from the castle. Depart afterwards to explore Kakum National Park. It is a protected area of rainforest and home to endangered mammals such as forest elephant and monkeys There is a canopy walkway which lies on top of this tropical rain forest and is the most preferred activity in the park. It hangs 30metres above the ground. You can also choose to enjoy a nature walk through the forest with an experienced park guide. Continue to Accra after your tour. You will be transferred to your location in Accra to end the tour.
Kumasi, one of the major cities in Ghana is the stool seat of the greatest kingdom by size, history and culture probably in the whole of Africa, in this tour package you will be wowed with the beauty of the region and many more
You will be picked up at the agreed location to commence a city tour of Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Kingdom. You will start your tour with a visit to the Manhyia Palace Museum. Which is located within the premises of the Manhyia Palace, the residence of the King of the Ashanti Kingdom known as the ‘Asantehene’. The Manhyia Museum provides information on the culture of the Ashantis and that of Ghana’s cultural heritage during the colonial era. Continue to the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum located within the premises of the Kumasi Cultural Center.
You will have a tour of this facility and also learn more about the history of the Ashanti Kingdom. After this fascinating tour, you will have a tour of the Kejetia Market. The Kejetia Market is regarded as one of the biggest open markets in West Africa. You will learn and experience the great prowess of bargaining in a typical African market. Continue to the Kumasi Zoo to have a tour of the facility which will give you the opportunity to see some wild mammals like lions and elephant. On your way back to the hotel/location, you will make a stop at the Okomfo Anokye Sword Site. At this site is over 300years old sword which was planted into the grounds by a famous fetish priest called Okomfo Anokye. Several attempts to remove this sword from the ground has proved futile. According to history. This site also serve as the exact site where the famous priest conjured a golden stool for the Ashanti Kingdom. You will have a tour of this facility to learn more about this famous fetish priest of the Ashanti Kingdom. Depart afterwards to your location to end your tour.
The Ashanti Region is riddled with a plethora of villages with pure and rich culture that will leave you amazed from one village to the other
You will be picked up at the agreed location to commence your tour to some villages in the Ashanti Kingdom. Your first stop will be to Ntonso Adinkra Village. This village is famous for the Adinkra Symbols
The Adinkra Symbols have proverbial meanings. You will have a local textile printing workshop with this unique symbols and be treated to the history behind the symbols as you choose and print with them. Continue to Adanwomase Kente Weaving Village. Kente is a colourful silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips mostly used by the Akan ethnic group of Ghana to grace special occasions. You will have a kente weaving workshop. You can also buy some kente products as well. Afterwards, you will have lunch and depart to Ejisu Besease, a village after Ejisu Township. Ejisu is famous in the Ashanti history because it is the home town of Yaa Asantewaa; the queen mother who led the fight against the British in 1900. You will visit the Ashante Traditional Buildings (UNESCO Heritage Site) and the Yaw Tano Shrine. Depart afterwards to your location to end your tour.
It is a protected area of about 5000 kilometers sqaure and provides one of the best wildlife experiences in West Africa
You will be picked up at the agreed location to commence your tour to Mole National Park. It is a protected area of about 4,840km² and provides one of the best wildlife experience in West Africa.
The park is home to about Ninety-three(93) mammal species which includes; elephants, buffalo, warthogs, antelopes and a variety of monkeys. You will have the choice to do a walk or drive safari into the park which will bring you up-close with some of the mammals within the park.
After your safari, you will have lunch and depart to a nearby village to do a canoe safari on the Mole River. Depart afterwards to Tamale to end the tour.