Secure Travel and Tours Ghana Packages
Enjoy once in a lifetime 10-day 9-night tour of Ghana with Secure Travel and Tours. This tour takes you to the Presidency and the Courts to watch our court proceedings. Depart Accra for Akosombo Dam Site through the shai traditional area and view the ancestral homes of the shais before the British forced them out and settled in their present location.
Come with Secure Travel and Tours, for the 12 Days Heritage and Wildlife Tour of Ghana. We shall travel to Ada Beach Resort an ideal beach for swimming and fun until sunset, experience the exciting cruising at the Manet Paradise Resort, and continue to Xavi Birds Sanctuary to watch the various species of birds that are in different shapes, colours and sizes.
Come explore the 21 Days Golden Triangle Tour with Secure Travel and Tours, one of the leading travel agencies in Ghana. This tour takes you to the savannah region of Northern Ghana to view Ghana’s answer to wildlife at the Mole National Park which brings you up close to the various animals you see in their natural habitat. You will also visit the birthplace of the first president of Ghana, Dr Kwame Nkrumah and visit the family home and his first burial place.
Join Secure Travel and Tours, a leading travel agency in Ghana, for a 9-day East Coast Invasion tour of Ghana. The tour covers Greater Accra, Eastern, Central and Western regions. This tour package gives you a taste of fantastic scenery, dynamic history and culture that re-connects you with your African routes. The Eastern Region will make you experience comfortable weather similar to that of the fall in the North-Eastern part of the United States of America, the Coast of France or Germany.
Experience Ghanaian culture with 7 Days Culture Expose Tour. Join the chiefs and people of a town in the central region to celebrate their annual traditional festival. Learn about the heroes and heroin and the origin of the people and their culture, and also witness an outdooring ceremony of a newborn baby and how he or she is accepted into the community and how Ghanaians got their names.