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.
Meet & Great and Airport Transfers
Land transportation in 4WD all inclusive
Pirogue ride on the Black Volta River during the Hippo safari
Double accommodation in BB
An English-speaking guide
All entries and visits as per detailed program
Meals and beverage
Flight, travel insurance and visa
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National Museum of History and Ethnography
Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and Park
Cape Coast Castle
Elmina Castle (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
Kakum National Park
Ashanti Craft Villages
Mole National Park, Hippopotamus sanctuary, Tafi-Atome Monkey Sanctuary
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.
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.
Upon your arrival at the Kotoka International Airport, you will be greeted by your guide who will provide airport assistance (if needed) and escort you to your vehicle for the transfer to the hotel. After checking in, you will have a briefing with your guide to finalize the next day’s itinerary. You will then spend the night in the hotel and have dinner.
Accra-City tour Van Der Salle
After breakfast, we will depart for a day tour of Accra, visiting the National Museum of History and Ethnography, which displays exhibits showcasing Ghana’s heritage throughout history to the present day. The museum holds a diverse collection of Ghanaian artifacts. We will also visit the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and Park, the final resting place of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the first President of Ghana. The Mausoleum has been visited by numerous world dignitaries.
This morning, after breakfast, we will depart from the hotel and head to Elmina, with a stop at the Cape Coast Castle for a historical visit. The castle was originally constructed by the Swedes in 1652 and served as the headquarters and seat of the British colonial government until 1877. We will spend a couple of hours taking a comprehensive tour of the castle, where we will learn about the slave dungeons and visit the West African Heritage Museum.
Elmina Alberta’s Palace Beach Resort
An early breakfast will be followed by a visit to the Elmina Castle, the oldest European structure built on African soil. Constructed by the Portuguese in 1482, it was later used as an auction market and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, marking the first place where Europeans landed in West Africa. The castle changed hands multiple times between the Dutch, Portuguese and the British, and it was used as an auction market for slaves.
Elmina-Kakum Rainforest Lodge
After breakfast, we will embark on a drive to the Kakum Rainforest Lodge, where we will check-in for a day safari to the Kakum National Park. The park is home to a pristine rainforest with nature trails and an aerial walkway above the tree canopies. We will spend the day exploring the park under the guidance of a park ranger who will also share his knowledge of medicinal plants. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience the aerial walkway which reaches a height of 120 feet, providing a panoramic view of the rainforest’s flora and fauna. The rest of the evening will be spent at leisure in the lodge.
Kakum – Kumasi Okubi hotel
We will depart in the morning for Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region. The highlight of the day will be a sightseeing tour of Kumasi, where we will visit the Manhyia Palace, the Palace Museum, the National Cultural Centre, the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum, the Okomfo Anokye Sword, the College of Art at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), and the Kumasi Central Market, the largest open-air market in West Africa.
Kumasi Okubi hotel
Today, we will explore some of the fascinating sights around Kumasi. We will visit several Ashanti craft villages where we will witness the skill and creativity of local artisans using simple tools and traditional techniques to create authentic artifacts and designs. Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase souvenirs for friends and family back home.
Kumasi – Larabanga – Mole NP Mole Motel
This morning we will depart from Kumasi for Larabanga, where we will have access to the Mole National Park. Mole is one of the best parks in the country and offers a great wildlife experience. The drive to the park from Kumasi on a dirt road takes approximately four hours but it also allows for a genuine encounter with local people, diverse landscapes, and a better understanding of the local culture. In the afternoon, we will go for a game drive in the Mole National Park.
Mole National Park Mole Motel
This morning, after breakfast, we will set out on a game walk through the park in search of wildlife. Mole National Park is a preferred habitat for a wide range of wildlife including Savannah Elephants, Monkeys, Antelopes, Warthogs, Giraffes, Buffalos, as well as a diverse birdlife including Eagles, Egrets, Turacos, Herons, and many other bird species.
Mole National Park – Wechiau – Mole NP Mole Motel
This morning, we will embark on a three-hour drive to the community of Wechiau, home to the unique Hippopotamus sanctuary, where we will go on a river safari on the Black Volta River. Along the riverbank, we will have the opportunity to observe various hippos, birds, and other amphibian species, including some large lizards.
Mole – Tamale – Yendi – Hohoe Muntala’s Guest House
After breakfast at the hotel, we will depart for the Volta Region via Yendi and the Togo border. We will drive along this picturesque road, passing through Gnani village, where people believe in curses and consider the village to be an exile for those who have been cast out of their community for being witches or wizards. We will continue on our journey, passing through diverse habitats and encountering various cultural displays. We anticipate arriving in Hohoe in the late afternoon.
Hohoe Muntala’s Guest House
The Hohoe region is renowned for its Tafi-Atome Monkey Sanctuary, located near Nyagbo. This tranquil village is home to the rare True Mona Monkey, which is considered sacred by its inhabitants, believed to be the messenger of the gods and their protectors. Here, man and monkey coexist in harmony. During our visit, we will have the opportunity to interact with the people of Tafi-Atome and learn about their unique culture and relationship with the monkeys.
Accra Return flight
This morning, we will transfer you to the airport in preparation for your departure flight. We will assist you with check-out and any necessary airport assistance, and say goodbye as you proceed to the departure terminal. The tour concludes here.
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