10 Days of Ghana
Formerly known as the Gold Coast, Ghana is most famous for being the first country in black Africa to gain independence. Famous also for its friendly people and rich, colorful culture, Ghana is popularly known to as the "Gateway to Africa. " It certainly is a wonderful first port of call, as it embodies so many of the good things Africa has to offer. We hope to see you in Ghana soon, and have listed all of our itineraries featuring Ghana for you to browse below.
you may bargain at Kumasi Central Market (Kejetia Market)
Later, visit the Prempreh II Jubilee Museum, named for the former Asantehene (ruler of the Ashanti people)
A day of adventure is ahead. In the village of Beyin walk through reeds to a dug-out canoe where you embark on a ride along the Amansuri Lagoon through lush vegetation to the village on stilts, Nzulezu.
After breakfast, depart from Busua Beach to Cape Coast. In Cape Coast you will visit Elmina Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site built in 1482.
A drive to Kakum National Park, one of West Africa's surviving tropical rain forests, The most popular attraction is the Canopy Walkway.
Return to Accra
En-route you will visit Fort Amsterdam at (Cormantin) and the village of Abandze, the ancestral home of Louis Armstrong.
In Accra on the last day will be time you depart back to your destination.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: i meet all my customers at their first point of arrival, that is either at the cruise ship terminal or the airport, so here we have the Tema ship terminal or the Kotoka international airport respectively. and i do this to give any assistance you may need from your point of arrival to the hotel.my mode of identification is, you look for tourbylocals placard. (tourbylocals welcome you to Ghana)with my name on it.
End location: I will drop you off at TEMA cruise ship terminal or the Kotoka international airport from your hotel and wait for a while for your check in and other proceedings.
Duration: 10 days
Traffic and weather( raining)
Car and some walking in and around the attractions
1 mini bus and driver
2 Gasoline or fuel for the mini bus
3 Rate at the attractions
3 Camera charges at the attractions
5 Guide fee
6 Road levy
You are responsible for purchasing any items of a personal nature related to shopping, souvenirs, snacks, and restaurant meals.
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Isaac was an exceptional tour guide. Very patient and understanding on what we really wanted to accomplish on our trip. He was knowledgeable of all the destinations and places to go to get souvenirs and he even negotiated prices for us to avoid the tourist tax. He made us feel comfortable in an unknown country couldn't have asked for a better experience.