Ghana - ✨Ghana Escape With Jessie Woo (Double Occupancy at 5* hotel)✨

1st, Sep 2024 - 7th, Sep 2024
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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
Arrival And Welcome Dinner
Akwaaba! Welcome to Ghana! You will be Picked up at Kotoka International Airport straight to your 5* Hotel in Accra. Following this we will head to a specially curated dinner at a Ghanaian-owned restaurant with performances by a team of cultural dancers and drummers.
Day 2
Sunset Accra City Tour
Explore Accra city at night with a sunset walking tour. We will take you to the most Instagramable locations in Accra where we will get the opportunity to engage in a group photoshoot, followed by a private drumming and dancing class. For dinner, you will indulge in mouth-watering local cuisines, and soak up the energetic atmosphere of a truly unique City.
Day 3
Aburi Waterfalls/Picnic at Aburi Botanical Gardens
The Aburi hills are known for their scenic beauty and cooler climate compared to the surrounding lowlands. The area is characterized by lush greenery, with dense forests, rolling hills, and picturesque views. The Aburi Hills are also known for their cultural significance. The area is home to several Akan communities, who have preserved their traditional way of life, including art, music, and dance. Prepare yourself to have a wonderful Picnic at the gardens at aburi. Having a picnic at the Aburi Hills is a wonderful way to enjoy the natural beauty and peaceful surroundings of this historic garden. The gardens are home to a wide variety of plant species, providing a unique opportunity to explore and learn about Ghana's flora. Explore the waterfalls at Aburi from a short hike through the lush tropical forest of the Aburi Hills to the sight and sound of cascading water as it tumbles over the rocks into a clear pool below. The waterfall is a picturesque setting, perfect for taking photos and enjoying the natural beauty. The pool at the base of the waterfall offers a refreshing respite from the hike. You can take a dip in the cool, clear water, swim around, or simply relax on the rocks and enjoy the serene surroundings. Overall, the Aburi Hills are a beautiful and culturally rich destination, offering visitors the opportunity to experience the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Ghana.
Day 4
Road to the Ancestors : Assin Manso & Elmina Castle
Embark on a profound journey into the past with our Assin Manso Slave River walking tour. Traverse the very paths where history was shaped, as we lead you through the poignant remnants of a tragic era. Feel the weight of history at Assin Manso, where the Slave River stands as a somber witness to the harrowing transatlantic slave trade. Immerse yourself in the stories of resilience and rememberance, honoring the lives that endured unimaginable hardships. Join us to pay homage to the past, understand its impact, and ensure that the echoes of history are never forgotten. Visit St. George Castle, also known as Elmina castle, it is located in Central Region of Ghana, about a 3.5 hour drive along the coast from Accra. It is the oldest European structure in sub-Saharan Africa. Upon visiting, you will experience the physical history of the slave trade, the impact of which is still felt beyond the shores of Africa today. Most visitors to Ghana tour Elmina Castle because of its history as a major trans-Atlantic slave hub.
Day 5
Road to Ancestors 2: Traditional Naming Ceremony
Embark on a deeply meaningful journey to Cape Coast, tailor-made for African American returnees seeking to reconnect with their roots through a captivating Traditional Naming Ceremony. Step onto the shores where history intersects with heritage and immerse yourself in a profound experience that echoes through time. As you participate in this revered ceremony, you'll embrace the power of identity as names are bestowed with purpose and significance. Engage with local communities, sharing in their joyous celebrations complete with traditional dances, vibrant drumming, and heartfelt rituals. The backdrop of Cape Coast's historical significance and stunning coastal vistas enhances the journey's significance. This transformative experience not only honors your ancestral ties but also fosters a renewed sense of belonging and connection. Walk the path of your forebears, understand their stories, and celebrate your shared heritage with the welcoming people of Cape Coast. Leave with your heart full, carrying the echoes of the past and the bonds of the present, forever intertwined.
Day 6
Free Day & Club Night
It's Your free day don't waste it sleeping in, Explore Accra city, immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and dynamic energy of Ghana's largest city, a bustling metropolis teeming with life, where the sights, sounds, and aromas blend into a sensory symphony. Wander through the colorful markets where vendors sell everything from fresh produce to traditional textiles and crafts. Relax while you prepare for a night Of Partying at one of Accra's best Night clubs where you get Experience the vibrant nightlife of Ghana, where the rhythm of Afrobeat and highlife music fills the air, and the energy is electric. Step into a world of pulsating beats, colorful lights, and enthusiastic dancers, as you immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere. Sip on local cocktails like "palm wine" or "sobolo," and sample delicious Ghanaian street food served at the club. The night is young, and the music is infectious, inviting you to dance the night away under the stars. Whether you're a seasoned dancer or just looking to let loose, Ghana's nightlife scene promises an unforgettable experience, Lets Go!
Day 7
It has been a fun week and we are sorry to see you go but we hope you had a nice time and will want to come back for more. Maybe we will see you next in Nigeria or South-Africa. Till Next Time!
What's included
Breakfast x6
Accra City Experience: Walking tour of Black Star Gate, Independence Square, drumming and dancing at Accra Art Center & Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum
Journey to Aburi: Visit the botanical gardens at Aburi, Relaxation at Asenema waterfall and a Picnic
Road To The Ancestors: Assin Manso River Stop (where captured African slaves had their last bath), Elmina Castle access, Kakum National Park and Naming Ceremony with Chief Durbar and certification of local namesCultural immersion.
Refreshments and Snacks on bus journey
Club Night Experience with table reservation and bottle service
Journey to Aburi: Visit the botanical gardens at Aburi, Relaxation at Asenema waterfall and private curated picnic at the Aburi Botanical Gardens
Photograper and videographer on all days
Dedicated Sorted Chale Host / tour guide available to answer all questions and share important information.
Private bus services with air-conditioning (available for airport pickup, drop off and all excursions)
Breakfast buffet on all days except arrival day
Lunch x 3 (All meals will be served at highly rated restaurants)
Dinner x 3 (All meals will be served at highly rated restaurants)
Hotel accommodation at Movenpick Hotel 5*- Double occupancy rooms
What's not Included
International Flights
Visa requirements
All dinners not listed above
All lunches not listed above
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
Any hotel spend not included in the included section
Any souvenir purchases
Any additional tips for local community

Payment Plan

Date Plan Cost
15th April 2024 Non-Refundable Deposit $600
30th May 2024 First Insallment $750
30th June 2024 Second Installment $750
30th July 2024 Third Installmemt $750
15th August 2024 Fourth Installment $750

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 3rd week of June, latest 4th week in July 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 exactly 15 seats on this experience.


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.

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

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