Ghana is known for its diverse wildlife, ancient forts and secluded beaches, such as Busua. The coastal towns of Elmina and Cape Coast include Posuban (indigenous sanctuaries). There are also colonial buildings and various castles converted into museums. These are remnants of the slave trade. North of the Cape Coast, Kakum National Park is a large suspension bridge over the canopy of the rainforest.
In Benin, in Abomey, the former capital of Dahomey, the historical museum occupies two royal palaces. The story of the kingdom is told and a throne mounted on human skulls is illustrated.To the north, Pendjari National Park offers safaris to discover elephants, hippos and lions.
Togo offers a beautiful route along its 650 km to meet the many ethnic groups. This one has particular traditions. Whether it is the Ewe and Guins populations in the South, or the Ana and Tem in the Central region. There are also the Bassar, Kabyés and Tamberma of the Kara region and the Moba-Gurma of the far north, These are all peoples who have remained deeply rooted in their traditions that Togo offers to discover.
- Double accommodation in BB and meal plan as outlined in the detailed program
- Tours and Entrance Fees to Tour Sites as Outlined in Itinerary.
- Meet & great and airport transfers
- Overland Transportation via air-conditioned Vehicle.
- English Speaking Professional Tour Guide.
- All Personal Expenses e.g. telephone bills, laundry etc.
- Items not listed above as included
- Unforeseen circumstances.