Enjoy once during a lifetime 10 Days/9 Nights in Ghana, with Secure Travel and Tours, one amongst the leading travel agencies in Accra, Ghana. The tour which can take you to the Presidency and also the Courts to look at our court proceedings. You’ll leave the capital of Ghana, Accra for Akosombo Dam site through the shai ancient space. Tourists will examine the ancestral homes of the shai before they were forced out by the British and sinking in their gift location. Leave the capital of Ghana for Kumasi to go to the Cultural Centre, the Okomfo Anokye sword site and Manyiah Palace repository of the Asantehene. You’ll proceed to the craft Village of Ahiwiaa for Wood carvings. You will also continue to Ntonso for the Adinkra material and conjointly learn the way the colours are got from the rear of trees and create your patterns. Depart for Cape Coast create ago for a holiday at Assin Manso and visit the Slave watercourse where the slaves had their last bath.


    • Accra city tour
    • Accra to Akosombo and back to Accra
    • Accra to Kumasi
    • Kumasi to Lake Bosomtwi and return to Kumasi
    • Kumasi to Cape Coast & Elmina Castles
    • Cape Coast Beach Cape
    • Coast to Accra
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONKotoka International Airport
DEPARTURE TIMEPlease arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
Entrance feesAccommodations
Local transportationProfessional guide
Guide gratuity

Day 1: Arrival in Ghana

Meet at the airport and transfer to your hotel. overnight in Accra


Day 2: Accra City Tour

Visit the presidency and the courts, and continue to the National Museum, which has a collection from pre-historic to contemporary collection. Continue to the Kwame Nkrumah park to see the life and works of the first president of Ghana and the great pan African, visit the W.E. B. Du Bois Centre for Pan African, culture. Visit old Accra and the arts centre. Overnight in Accra.



Day 3: Accra to Akosombo and back to Accra

Leave the capital for Akosombo within the shai traditional area and observe the ancestral homes of the ”shais” before they were driven out by the British and settling in their present location. Arrive at Akosombo and tour the Dam Site and the Largest Man-made Lake in the world which covers 40 per cent the land size of Ghana and see how power is generated in Ghana and see the smallest fish in the world. Return to Accra via the Akwapim hills one of the beautiful geographical scenery in Ghana. Overnight in Accra.



Day 4: Accra to Kumasi

Depart Accra for Kumasi arrive and visit the Cultural Center, the OkomfoAnokye Sword Site and Manyiah Palace Museum of the Asantehene to see rear gold ornaments adorn by the great Ashanti kings over the years and effigies of past Ashanti kings and royal paraphernalia. Overnight in Kumasi.



Day 5: Kumasi to Lake Bosomtwi and back to Kumasi

Depart Kumasi for the craft Villages of Ahiwiaa for Wood carvings, Ntonso for the Adinkra Cloth and also learn how the colours are got from the back from trees and make your patterns. Overnight in Kumasi.



Day 6: Kumasi to Cape

Depart for Cape Coast make a stopover at Assin Manso and visit the Slave river where they had their last bath and the Slave route. Continue to Cape Coast arrive and proceed to the Kakum National Park. Overnight in Cape Coast.



Day 7: Cape & Elmina Castles

Visit the Elmina and the Cape Coast Castles. These are world heritage site used during the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. The Elmina castle built-in 1482 by the Portuguese is the most significant slave dungeon in sub-Saharan Africa, and a walking tour of historic Elmina township. Overnight in cape coast. B/D



Day 8: Cape Coast Beach

Spend the rest of the day by the beach and mingle with the local fishermen. Overnight in Cape Coast.



Day 9: Cape Coast to Accra

Depart Cape Coast for Accra arriving late in the afternoon. Proceed to check-in at your hotel for overnight.

Day 10:Departure

Spend the morning at leisure and last minutes shopping. Check-out of your hotel and leave for the airport for departure.
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