A Journey Through Ghana's Culture and Conservation


Experience the best of Ghana on a wildlife and culture tour that takes you on a journey through the country’s diverse landscapes and rich history. Explore the lush rainforests, home to a wide variety of wildlife including elephants, monkeys, and birds. Visit the Mole National Park, the largest wildlife reserve in Ghana, where you can go on a safari and spot elephants, antelopes, warthogs, and more. Get a glimpse of Ghana’s rich cultural heritage by visiting traditional villages and historical sites. Learn about the Ashanti Kingdom, the most powerful of the West African states in the pre-colonial era and visit the Manhyia Palace Museum.

Discover Ghana’s rich history as you visit the Cape Coast, the former capital of the Gold Coast, where you can visit the Cape Coast Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and learn about the transatlantic slave trade. Visit the Kakum National Park, home to the famous Canopy Walkway, a suspended bridge that takes you through the treetops for an exhilarating view of the forest. Meet with local communities and learn about their customs, traditions, and way of life.



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Mole National Park

A game drive in Mole National Park, where visitors can see elephants, warthogs, antelopes, and other wild animals in their natural habitat. The park’s savannah landscape and the chance to spot big cats like lions and leopards make it an unforgettable experience.

Traditional Village

A visit to a traditional village where visitors can learn about the customs, beliefs, and way of life of the local people. Visitors can participate in local activities such as drumming and dancing, taste traditional dishes, and see how the locals make traditional crafts. This experience will give visitors a deeper understanding of the culture and way of life of the people of Ghana and it will be a truly memorable moment.

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