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Duration: 10 days
Location: West Africa
Starting Price: $1,904
Single Supplement: $597
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Tour Highlights

  •  Welcome Greetings and Dinner in Accra, Ghana
  • Accra City Tour
  • Kumasi City Tour
  • Visit 3 Ashanti Craft Villages
  • Tour the Cape Coast and Elmina Slave Castles
  • Tour Kakum National Rainforest
  • Visit the Posuban Shrine
  • Stopover in Grand-Bassam
  • Abidjan City Tour
  • Tour the Bisilica of "Our Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro"

(minimum group size 10 pax)

Based on 3 Star Hotels

Day 1:  Day 1: Arrive In Accra, Ghana.

Arrive in Accra, Ghana. Transfer from airport to hotel. After Check in, enjoy a brief orientation and enjoy dinner at hotel.

Lodging:  Hotel in Accra 
Meals:   D

Day 2: Accra City Tour.

Capture a blend of colonial and modern architecture that sums up Accra’s history and culture with this city tour.  You will visit several landmarks such as the Independence/ Black Star Square and Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, the W.E.B. Dubois Center for Pan African Culture and many more.

Lodging:  Hotel in Accra
Meals : B, D


Day 3: Kumasi City Tour.

Take this wonderful city tour and learn all about the home of the great Ashanti Kingdom. Enjoy a drive through the city with monuments dedicated to the memory of the great Ashanti people and visit the Manhyia Palace Museum along with the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum.

Lodging:  Hotel in Kumasi 
Meals:  B, D


Day 4: Ashanti Craft Village.

This day is devoted to visiting the three famous Ashanti craft villages. After breakfast depart for Ahwiaa, the wood carvers’ village, Ntonso, the home of Adinkra cloth, and Bonwire, the Kente weaving village. You will have an opportunity to see how African crafts are made and to buy directly from the artisans who make them.

Lodging:  Hotel in Kumasi
Meals:  B, D


Day 5: Cape Coast and Elmina Castles.

Early morning departure for Cape Coast. Tour the castles and slave dungeons which tell the story of the infamous Trans-Atlantic slave trade. Have a feel of the dungeons which housed slaves in transit and walk through the Door of No Return.

Lodging:  Hotel in Elmina 
Meals:  B, D


Day 6: Kakum National Park– Posuban Shrine. 

Take a hike through the rainforest and dare to walk on Africa’s tallest canopy walkway which measures 330m in length and hangs 100 feet above the forest floor. Spend the remainder of the afternoon at the beach after a visit to the Posuban Military Shrine where the Asafo companies, (Fanti traditional soldiers), prepare spiritually for war. These shrines are wonderful examples of how art is used in the daily lives of Ghanaians.

Lodging:  Hotel in Elmina  
Meals:  B, D


Day 7: Elmina – Grand-Bassam – Abidjan.

Early morning departure from Elmina for a scenic drive to Abidjan with a stop at Grand Bassam. You will tour the colonial city of Grand-Bassam, the former French settlement, and home to many colonial buildings. You will also visit the Roman Catholic Diocese of Grand-Bassam and the Côte d'Ivoire National Museum of Costume. Upon arrival in Abidjan, check into your hotel and relax.

Lodging:  Hotel in Abidjan 
Meals:  B, D


Day 8: Abidjan City Tour.

After breakfast, embark on a sightseeing tour of Abidjan. Serving as the capital, Abidjan is the biggest and most important city of Cote d'Ivoire. With a population of around 6,500,000 people, it is the second largest city in West Africa after Lagos. Today, Abidjan remains the economic and cultural capital of the country. You will visit the public zoo of Abidjan, where you will see many exotic animals. Later depart for a 15 minutes drive to visit the Musée National of Abidjan which has a very large collection of over 20,000 objects, including wooden statues and masks, pottery, ivory and bronze. Afternoon visit the “Trechville market” where you will have the chance to get all your souvenirs (jewelry, clothes, cloths, pagnes, woodcrafts...).

Lodging:  Hotel in Abidjan
Meals:  B, D

Day 9: Abidjan - Yamoussoukro.

Depart for a scenic drive to Yamoussoukro, the administrative capital of Côte d'Ivoire and home to the late president Felix Houphouët Boigny. You will tour the Basilica of “Оur Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro”, constructed between 1985 and 1989. After lunch on your own, explore the city of Yamoussoukro, home to the Presidential Palace, which is now used by relatives of the late president Felix Houphouët Boigny.

Lodging:  Hotel in Abidjan 
Meals:  B, D

Day 10: Farewell/ Departure.

After breakfast, spend the remainder of the day packing and doing last minute shopping. Transfer to airport for check-in and departure

Meals:  B

** DISCLAIMER:. Cost will vary depending on group size. Contact a member of the team at to get a customized quote. The cost of package will increase if hotel and transportation cost increases. Quote will be reviewed 3 months before your tour begins and you will be notified accordingly.