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Ghana’s Diverse Travel Treasures

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10 days

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Ghana’s Diverse Travel Treasures

Explore Ghana’s Natural Beauty

Mole National Park: Wildlife Refuge

Ghana, a West African gem, offers a diverse and enriching travel experience with its blend of natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture. Among the must-visit destinations is Mole National Park, the country’s largest wildlife refuge. Located in the northern part of Ghana, Mole National Park is a haven for nature enthusiasts, offering the chance to see elephants, antelopes, and a variety of bird species in their natural habitat. The park’s stunning landscapes and serene environment make it a perfect getaway for those looking to connect with nature.

Discover Ghana’s Rich History

Kumasi: The Heart of the Ashanti Region

Heading south, Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region, is a city steeped in tradition and history. The Bonwire and Adanwomase villages are renowned for their kente weaving, where visitors can witness the intricate process of creating this vibrant and symbolic cloth. These villages offer a glimpse into the craftsmanship that has been passed down through generations. Nearby, the craft centres showcase a variety of handmade goods, from wooden carvings to pottery, reflecting the region’s rich artistic heritage.

Manhyia Palace: Royal Heritage

A highlight of Kumasi is the Manhyia Palace, the seat of the Ashanti king. The palace and its museum provide insights into the Ashanti Kingdom’s history and cultural significance, offering visitors a deeper understanding of the region’s royal heritage.

Experience the Vibrant Culture of Accra

Accra’s Modernity and Tradition

In the bustling capital of Accra, a blend of modernity and tradition greets visitors. The city’s vibrant arts and music scene is epitomized by AfroFuture, an annual festival that celebrates African culture and innovation through music, art, and technology. An Accra City Tour is a must, taking in landmarks such as the Independence Arch, the bustling Makola Market, and the historic Jamestown district, where the Paints and Sip events combine creativity and community in a unique setting.

Unveil Ghana’s Historical Significance

Assin Manso and Cape Coast: Reflecting on the Past

From Accra, a journey to Assin Manso and the Cape Coast unveils poignant chapters of Ghana’s history. Assin Manso, a significant site in the trans-Atlantic slave trade, offers a somber reflection on the past. Further along the coast, Elmina Castle and Cape Coast Castle stand as stark reminders of this dark period. These UNESCO World Heritage Sites provide a powerful and emotional experience, highlighting the resilience and strength of those who endured unimaginable hardships.

Adventure in Kakum National Park

Canopy Walkway: Thrilling Experience

A visit to Kakum National Park adds an adventurous twist with its famous canopy walkway, offering breathtaking views of the tropical rainforest. This experience is both thrilling and educational, as guides share knowledge about the park’s flora and fauna.

In conclusion: Ghana’s Unforgettable Journey

Ghana’s Diverse Travel Treasures, from wildlife and nature to history and culture, offer an unforgettable journey through a country rich in heritage and hospitality. Whether exploring ancient castles, immersing in vibrant festivals, or trekking through lush landscapes, visitors to Ghana are sure to create lasting memories.



  • Mole National park
  • Kumasi Bonwire, Adanwomase
  • Kumasi Tour and Manhyia palace
  • Accra, Afrofuture
  • Accra City Tour
  • Assin Manso and Cape Coast.
  • Elmina Castle and Kakum
  • Paints and sip, James town

Day 1 Arrival - 23-05-2024

Upon arrival at Kotoka International Airport. your tour guide will welcome you and you'll be escorted to your hotel, where you can relax and recuperate from your journey, following a brief orientation session with your guide to outline the upcoming itinerary. Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2 Mole National Park - 24-12-2024

After breakfast at 8, we're getting ready for an amazing journey to Mole National Park. It would take us approximately an hour to reach this well-known wildlife refuge by flight, departing from Accra Kotoka Airport and heading north. Upon touchdown near Mole National Park at exactly 9 am we're immediately immersed in the natural beauty of the area. We then usher ourselves to the Larabanga Mosque, a popular tourist attraction which is often visited by both locals and foreigners interested in its historical and architectural significance. Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 3 Kumasi Bonwire, Adanwomase and craft centers. - 25-12-2024

On this day, right after breakfast, at 10 am we will journey to Kumasi, a scenic drive that will take approximately three hours. Upon arrival in the afternoon, we will delve into the regal heritage of the Ashanti people at the iconic Manhyia Palace and Museum. Here, we will immerse ourselves in a rich tapestry of history, learning about the significance of the palace in Ashanti culture and the stories of its royal inhabitants. Following our exploration of Manhyia Palace, we will venture further into the cultural tapestry of the region with visits to the renowned Kente weaving villages of Adanwomase and Bonwire. As we arrive, we will be greeted by the rhythmic clacking of looms and the vibrant hues of freshly woven Kente cloth. Witnessing the masterful artistry of local weavers, we will observe as they skillfully craft intricate patterns, each carrying its symbolism and significance in Ghanaian tradition. Engaging with the weavers, we will gain insight into the meticulous process of Kente production, from selecting vibrant dyes to skillfully weaving each thread into a masterpiece of cultural expression. Amidst the bustling energy of the village, we will have the opportunity to browse a diverse array of Kente designs, each telling a unique story and reflecting the rich heritage of the Ashanti people. In the evening we will sleep at Lancaster Hotel for tomorrow’s journey. Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 4 Kumasi Tour and Manhyia Palace.- 26-12-2024

Today, after morning breakfast, we will journey to the Kejetia markets, one of the largest open-air markets in West Africa. Here we will see many varieties of food commodities that are been ushered on the streets for sale. It’s a very busy place with many people moving up and down the streets either buying a food commodity or selling items. The market is very bustling with overcrowded people having a very small space to stand. We will buy some local food commodities and try to engage with some sellers just to know how busy this place can be. After we will, continue your journey with a visit to the Okomfo Anokye Sword Site, where the legendary Ashanti priest is said to have planted the mystical sword that binds the Ashanti Confederacy. Hear tales of bravery and folklore as you stand in awe of th