Ghana - Accra, Cape Coast & Kumasi

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Akwaaba chale! This is GHANA! From lush forests, diverse animal life, miles of sandy beaches along a picturesque coast, and monuments and castles filled with history, it is time for your ultimate seven(7) day experience to explore what this land has to offer. In this seven-day trip, we will be taking you on a journey of cultural immersion and appreciation. Be ready to dive into exploring the history during the insightful experience at the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, and Black Star Square, which boasts an arch beneath which the Eternal Flame of African Liberation, lit by Kwame Nkrumah, still flickers. After, prepare for an immersive experience of the Elmina castle, home to a dark yet important historical truth; a place where the memories and cries of our ancestors continue to lay. We will then head to the Ashanti region, the land of gold, cocoa, kente and dont forget, the delcious local dish - fufu, to enjoy the ultimate royal experience.

When all this is done and dusted, leave the Ghana with a few Twi words under your belt. Y3 ma wo Akwaaba! (We welcome you!)

Daily Activities

Day 1
Pick-up and Welcome Drinks In Accra
Day 2
Accra City Tour & Art Centre Drumming
Day 3
Cultural Immersion Experience/Aqua Safari experience
Day 4
Cape Coast Castle & Meditation
Day 5
Free Day
Day 6
Kumasi escape
Day 7
Goodbye Ghana
What's included
Dedicated Sorted Chale hosts for all days
Air-conditioned airport bus transfers with dedicated driver for all days
Snack refreshments on bus for all days
Arrival Dinner meal with 1 drinks and water pp (soft drink)
Tips for local community for all days
All guide fees
Lunch at selected local restaurant with 1 drinks and water pp (choice of beer / soft drink)
Accra Tour (Kwame Nkrumah Museum, Black Star Gate guide tips, Fantasy Coffin Shop & Art center drumming)
Lunch during cultural immersion experience
Cultural immersive experience/Aqua Safari half day package
Cape Coast Experience (Elmina Castle entrance, Elmina Castle guide tips, Cape Coast castle/Kakum National Park)
Kumasi Experience (Prempeh Museum, Bonwire kente weaving & Naming Ceremony)
Domestic return flight from Accra to Kumasi
Tips for local community
What's not Included
Any additional meals and drinks not listed in the included section
Any additional alcoholic drinks not listed in the included section
Any additional activities and entrances not detailed in the included section
Entrance to night venues / parties
Any hotel spend not included on in the included section
Any souvenir purchases
Any additional tips for local community
Hotel Stay

Payment Plan

Payments towards your trip can be paid in full or using our installment plan. It is important that ifyou choose to pay by installment plan, you make payments on time, in order for us to book all the necessary facilities, hotels, transportation, activities and other on your behalf. Sign ups will stay open until the trip is full. Our cut off number is 50, and other signups we receive will be included on a waiting list. Note that prices are based on double occupancy rates- which means you will be paired with another traveler. We do our best to ensure that this is a traveler of your choice, however in some cases we will have to provide random pairing. Note that you can opt for a single room however that will come at an extra charge- kindly contact to enquire about additional charges.

Date Plan Cost
Deposit Deposit charge $300
30 days after previous payment First installment charge $600
30 days after previous payment Second installment charge $600
30 days after previous payment Final installment charge $460

Frequently Asked Questions

Tour rates do not include international flights. We find that it is usually less expensive for travelers to book these separately and this also allows you the flexibility to choose the schedule and routing that is most convenient for you. You can purchase international flights on your own, or we can certainly help you arrange these flights with an airfare consolidator who specializes in international flights to Africa.
Tips are not required on any of our tours. However, it is customary in Africa to offer a tip for exceptional service. Please remember that tipping is at your discretion and should be based on the service you receive.
You will receive a detailed packing list specific to your tour after you book.
Ghana uses 220/230 volts electricity and requires a type M plug. Travelers will need a voltage converter for 110 volt devices. It is best to travel with your own adapters.

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