Ghana - ✨ Detty December 2025 - double occupancy at 4* star hotel ✨

27th, Dec 2025 - 2nd, Jan 2026
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Recently dubbed Africa's Ibiza, Ghana boasts of a rich history and culture- but what is culture without nightlife that causes you to beg for a break? If you're looking for a destination that's going to give you a wealth of knowledge on important African historical events and parties to talk about for years then look no further, Ghana is that destination.

Daily Activities

Day 1 : 27th December
Welcome Dinner & Club Night

Let's kick start our first night with a lot of energy! We will start off with our Sorted Chale special welcome dinner followed by a lit night in one of Accra's most lit bars. Only the strongest survive, are you ready? let's go.

Meals: Welcome Dinner

Day 2 : 28th December
Accra City Experience & Afrochella

Starting with a tour of some of the most instagrammable locations in Accra (Kwame Nkrumah & Black Star Gate), followed by some drumming lessons at the Accra Art center and great vibes at one of Ghana’s biggest annual festivals, Afrochella VIP!

Imagine a massive open-air event with thousands of people from all over the world coming together to enjoy amazing live music performances from talented African artists, dance to Afrobeat rhythms, indulge in mouth-watering local cuisine, and soak up the energetic atmosphere of a truly unique celebration.

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

Day 3 : 29th December
Ghana Cocoa Farm Experience

We're heading to the first ever cocoa farm in Ghana and the birthplace of Ghana’s burgeoning cocoa industry.An opportunity to learn about one of Ghana's most lucrative industries and enjoy lunch in the middle of nature.

You'll get an up-close look at the process of cultivating cocoa beans, learn about the farm's founder Tetteh Quarshie, and sample some of the best chocolate in the world. Get ready to be amazed by the delicious flavors, rich aromas, and stunning natural beauty of this unique location!

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

Day 4 : 30th December
Roads to Ancestors, Elmina Castle and Cape Coast.

Prepare yourselves for a powerful and emotional experience as we visit the Cape Coast Castle in Ghana. This historic site was once a hub of the transatlantic slave trade, and a visit here will give us an opportunity to learn about this dark chapter in history and pay our respects to those who suffered.

Walk through the same doors as our ancestors, feel their spirits, and honor their strength. This is a sacred pilgrimage that will connect you to your history and leave you with a deep appreciation for your heritage.

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

Day 5 : 31st December
Chasing Waterfalls & NYE Club Night

Get ready to embrace your adventurous side as we hike through the stunning Obosomase Waterfalls. We'll trek through lush forests and rocky terrain to reach the falls, taking in breathtaking views along the way. This is a great opportunity to challenge yourself, push your limits, and experience the beauty of nature in Ghana.

Afterwards, let’s end our night with a countdown and reserved tables at one of Accra’s top clubs ( to be selected closer to the date) where we close the curtains on the old year and open that of the new with a bang.

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

Day 6 : 1st January
Free Day and Farewell Dinner

We've had a blast together, and will wrap the night with a beautiful farewell dinner at one of our favorite locations in Accra with a view of the stunning city. This is see you later, not goodbye.

Meals: Breakfast and Farewell Dinner

Day 7 : 2nd January

We hate to see you go, but we know this isn't goodbye, it's see you later chale!

What's included
Airport Transfers (arrival + departure)
Air-conditioned bus with dedicated driver & fuel costs for all day to evening experiences
Daily Refreshments on the bus
Dedicated Sorted Chale Reps throughout the trip
Dedicated Photographer & Videographer
Hotel accommodation at Alisa Hotel (4star)
Breakfast on all days (except arrival day), lunch x4, Dinner x2
Entry, Reserved Cabana Area and bar spend at selected club for Welcome Night
Accra City Tour (Kwame Nkrumah Museum entry & guide, Black Star Gate guide & photoshoot)
Drumming Class at Art Centre with Instructor
Afrochella VIP entry to Festival
Cape Coast - Elmina Castle Entry & guided experience + Photoshoot
Ancestral Cleansing & meditation session with experienced instructor at Cape Coast
Aburi Waterfalls entry & guided experience
NYE Party at selected top club in Accra
All tips for local community during the trip
Sorted Chale Service Charge
All taxes & payment charges
What's not Included
International Flights
Travel / Personal Insurance
Relevant travel visas for Ghana
Mandatory Antigen Covid test for travel into Ghana
All dinners not listed
All lunches not listed
All alcoholic beverages (with the exception of reserved tables at club nights)
Any additional meals and drinks not listed in included
Any additional activities and entrances not detailed in the included section
Any additional hotel spends not listed
Any souvenir purchases
Any additional tips for local community
Gratuities for Driver (suggested $5-$10 per day)
Gratuities for Waiters/waitress (suggested $2 per person)
Additional tip for Sorted Chale Sorted Chale Host

Payment Plan

Date Plan Cost
1st March 2025 Non refundable deposit $250
1st April 2025 First Installment $400
1st May 2025 Second Installment $400
1st June 2025 Third Installment $400
1st July 2025 Fourth Installment $350
1st August 2025 Fifth Installment $300
1st September 2025 Final Installment $400

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Terms Cancellation Charges

Frequently Asked Questions

Visa: All visitors entering Ghana must have valid entry visas. There are two types of visas: Single entry and Multiple entries: Single entry visas are valid for a period of three months and must be utilized within three months from the date of issue.

This type of visa can be used only one time. Multiple entry visas are valid for more than three months, and the duration is at the discretion of the Consular officer and should not/cannot be challenged. A multiple visa can be used multiple times within its duration or validity. You are encouraged to begin your visa application 2nd week of October, latest 3rd week in October to avoid any delays(

Please be sure to review/complete each step in the visa process thoroughly.

Passport: Please make sure that your passport is valid for at least six months and that you have at least one blank page available for the entry stamp

Ghana is generally considered safe for travelers. However, as with any foreign country, it is important to be aware of pickpocketing and petty theft, especially in crowded tourist areas. It is also advisable to take precautions when using ATMs or carrying valuables, and to avoid walking alone in unfamiliar areas at night.

Option: Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) ( to receive alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.

The official Ghana currency is the Ghanaian cedi, with a symbol GH₵ and a code GHS. Expect to see banknotes of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 GH₵. Cash is definitely the best option for you, whenever possible.

You’ll be able to exchange dollars for Cedi at the hotel – usually better rates are offered for larger bills. Only newly issued USD are accepted. Yet, your best bet for a good rate may be cash withdrawal from ATMs. You can freely use a Visa and MasterCard in Ghana. American Express and Discover cards are rarely, if ever, accepted. Research the fees you may need to pay for using your credit card, as they can mount up. Use that opportunity to notify your bank of your travel plans, so they don’t cut you off for fear of fraud.

Bargaining and tipping are both expected. Outside of more formal establishments and supermarkets, you’ll often be offered goods for a price 30-50% higher than the seller actually expects to earn. So feel free to work on driving prices down, though within reason and good taste. Negotiation is the Ghanaian way! For services rendered well, such as excellent service at a restaurant or hotel, tips are encouraged.

We have an unlimited number of seats for this trip, the more the merrier.

All COVID19 restrictions for arriving passengers in Ghana have been lifted. Wearing of masks and washing of hands is encouraged but not mandatory.

Travellers are encouraged to adhere to the COVID19 rules of their home country upon return.

Yellow Fever vaccinations are required to enter Ghana. Yellow Fever shots are valid for 10 years once administered. Plan to get the vaccine at least 10 days before your travel since proof of vaccination is not valid until 10 days after getting the vaccine, the time needed to develop immunity to yellow fever virus. You must receive your vaccination no later than December 17th. Please note: Because one of the effects of the vaccination can be lowered immunity, it is suggested you receive your Yellow Fever vaccination 3 months prior to travel.

There are also a number of recommended vaccinations listed on Be sure to consult your healthcare provider to consider what is best for you and your family and do your own research! We also love the idea of ensuring your immune system is at its peak and operating optimally while traveling. Take steps that feel right for you, under your healthcare provider’s guidance, to fortify and strengthen your system in ways you know works best for your body.

We also recommend you take Malaria medicines before arrival to Ghana. Please consult your doctor or pharmacist as to which tablets to take.

Missing a vacation is bad enough. Losing the money you paid for your vacation is even worse. Trip insurance is therefore recommended. You can purchase travel insurance on your own.

Sleeping arrangements at Alisa Hotel which has the double occupancy and room will be shared with another Chale. Room pairing is done at random based on the same gender unless guests state specifically who they want to share a room with and the stated participant is part of our experience. There is an additional cost for single occupancy.

Our payment provider paystack accepts debit and credit cards from all over the world, given that they are issued by MasterCard, Visa and Verve

Ghana has a tropical climate, with temperatures ranging from 20-30°C (68-86°F) throughout the year. The rainy season is from April to October, while the dry season is from November to March. It is recommended to pack lightweight, breathable clothing, as well as rain gear for the rainy season. Good walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen and Mosquito repellant are also recommended.

In December, Ghana has an active party season, so bring your best clothes for the road! Yes, dress to impress.

Tourist Sites: Coming Soon - Details and Pricing to be provided by The Sorted Chale Team

  1. Kakum National Park
  2. Cape Coast Castle
  3. Labadi Beach
  4. JamesTown Lighthouse
  5. Kumasi Cultural Centre
  6. Aburi Botanical Gardens
  7. Wli Falls
  8. Independence Square
  9. Arts Center Market
  10. Shai Hills Resource Reserve


  • Kozo
  • Santoku
  • Nsoumnam
  • Sandbox
  • Bistro 22
  • Nyaniba Treehouse
  • Tealande Garden
  • Buka Restaurant
  • Skybar Accra
  • Dimaensa
  • Shogun
  • Kukun
  • Zen Garden
  • Vine
  • The Honeysuckle
  • Bella Afrik
  • Bondai

  • Bars and Clubs:

    1. Republic Bar & Grill
    2. Frontback Accra
    3. Alley Bar
    4. Mood Bar
    5. Bloom Bar
    6. Twist NightClub
    7. Sandbox
    8. Kruna Lounge
    9. Club Onyx
    10. Area Bar

    All flights to Accra, Ghana are via Kotoka International Airport (ACC).
    As the Itinerary of events start on Wednesday, 27th December your international flight should depart the US on December 26th, 2025 and arrive in Accra on December 28th, 2025. Your departure flight can be anytime on January 2nd, 2026.

    Please keep in mind that hotel Check-in time: 3 pm - Check-out time: 12 noon and we will do our best to work with hotels to request early/late checkouts as needed.
    Please note that the Time zone in Ghana is (GMT): 8 hours ahead of PST, 6 hours ahead of CST.

    If available Roommate Matching will be offered. If you want to be matched, please select “Yes I want to be matched with a room buddy” on the reservation form. Also, please note roommate matching does not take place until after 75% of the cost of the package is paid.

    Yes, you can extend your stay either before the trip or after the trip, please indicate on our registration form your check-in and check-out date, follow up with an email and we will provide you with further details on payments and bookings. Please note that group round trip airport transport will be provided on Wednesday, December 27th and Tuesday, January 2nd. If the duration of your stay is outside of these dates, you should plan for your airport transfer accordingly. Transportation is available through each hotel.

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    Bringing along $500 dollars, cash on hand, is a good place to start. Before you leave for Ghana, notify your bank of your travel plans, so they don’t cut you off for fear of fraud. Research the fees you may need to pay for using your credit card to make payments, as they can mount up.

    Yes! Sorted Chale has a scholarship fund which we give out to children who have the passion to further their education but due to financial constraints, they are faced with the possibility of dropping out.

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