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Duration: 15 days
Location: West Africa
Starting Price: $5,410
Single Supplement: $817
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Tour Highlights

  • Welcome greetings and dinner in Accra, Ghana
  • Accra City Tour
  • Experience a Torgorme Naming Ceremony
  • Kumasi City Tour
  • Visit the Cape Coast and Elmina Slave Castles
  • Visit Kakum National Park
  • Private Full Day (South Africa) Peninsula Tour
  • Private Full Day Table Mountain and Robben Island Tour
  • Visit Kirkmans Kamp

(minimum group size of 10)

Based on 4 Star Hotels

Day 1:     ARRIVAL IN ACCRA, GHANAArrive in Accra, Ghana. Transfer from the airport to your hotel for a welcome drink and orientation. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Lodging: Hotel in Accra
Meals: D
Day 2:     ACCRA CITY TOURAfter breakfast, depart your hotel for a sightseeing city tour of Accra. You will drive through the administrative and economic districts of Accra, the capital of Ghana. This city is well over 100 years old and has a blend of colonial and modern architecture that summarize her history.  You will visit the W. E. B. Dubois Center for Pan African Culture, Independence/Black Star Square and Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park. After lunch at a local Ghanaian restaurant, you will end your tour at the Arts Center.  At this open-air market, you will have an opportunity to use your bargaining skills as you shop for artifacts from Ghana and other countries in West Africa. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Lodging:  Hotel in Accra
Meals: B, D
DAY 3:    TORGORME NAMING CEREMONYDepart for a scenic drive to a beautiful village located on the splendid Volta River. You will have the chance to pay a courtesy call to the paramount chief and elders amidst traditional drumming and dancing, as well as participate in a naming ceremony where you will be given your traditional African name. After depart for Kumasi and check into your hotel.
Lodging:  Hotel in Kumasi
Meals: B, D
After breakfast, check out and depart for a drive through the forest zone to Kumasi, the seat of the legendary Ashanti Empire. After lunch, visit Manhyia Palace Museum, to obtain firsthand information on the legacies of the Ashanti Kingdom. The Ashanti’s have a famously regal history which dates back to 1700 and is evidenced by extraordinary relics and artifacts.Enjoy a drive through the city of Kumasi and see the many monuments dedicated to the memory of great Ashanti people.  End the day’s tour at the National Cultural Center which features the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum and is home to the dazzling studios of traditional potters, brass and batik makers.  Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Lodging: Hotel in Kumasi
Meals: B, D
DAY 5:    CAPE COAST AND ELMINA CASTLESEarly 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- ACCRATake 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. After Kakum, you will depart for Accra.
Lodging: Hotel in Accra
Meals: B, D
Spend the morning at leisure as you prepare for your flight from Accra, Ghana to Cape Town, South Africa.
Lodging:  Hotel in Cape Town
Meals: B, D
Day 8:    VICTORIA AND ALFRED HOTEL, SOUTH AFRICAArrive in Cape Town, South Africa. Transfer from airport to hotel and savour the atmosphere of the world’s most famous working harbour at The Victoria & Alfred Hotel situated in one of the country’s top destinations – Cape Town’s beautifully restored V&A waterfront. Your room will either face Table Mountain or the Piazza. Spend the remainder of your day at leisure.
Lodging:  Hotel in Cape Town
Meals: B, D
Day 9:     PENINSULA TOURWe make our way along the Atlantic seaboard passing Sea Point, Bantry Bay and Clifton. Bakoven and Llandudno, with their ghostly shipwrecks, are also fantastic sights on the way to the fishing village of Hout Bay, where we board a boat to view the Cape Fur Seal colony on Duiker Island (weather permitting). From here we navigate the 114 curves of 600m high Chapman’s Peak Drive. We then explore the Cape of Good Hope section of the Table Mountain National Park, home to fabulous birds and very special fauna, such as Cape mountain zebra, bontebok and the charismatic Cape baboon. Climb (or ride the world’s first environmentally friendly funicular) to the famous Cape Point Lighthouse to capture the magical vistas of False Bay. After lunch, we visit Boulders Beach to see the penguins, and then head home through the naval village of Simonstown and over scenic Boyes Drive, taking in the views of the fishing harbour at Kalk Bay and the seaside havens of St James and Muizenberg. To round off your day you can take a stroll through Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on the slopes of Table Mountain.
Lodging: Hotel in Cape Town
Meals: B, D
DAY 10:   CITY, TABLE MOUNTAIN AND ROBBEN ISLAND TOUREarly morning departure from Cape Town’s Victoria & Alfred Waterfront by ferry for a 25-minute trip across Table Bay to Robben Island. Led by guides, some of whom were once inmates, the tour of this World Heritage Site, and South Africa’s most revered national monument, includes the Prison Block and the now infamous Limestone Quarry, where political prisoners were once forced to toil. It also comprises a drive around the island, with its breathtaking views across the bay. We then return to the V&A waterfront for a trip along the picturesque Atlantic Seaboard and lunch at a seafood restaurant en route. We continue past sunny Camps Bay, over Kloof Nek to Table Mountain’s Lower Cableway Station. 1 067 metres above sea level, Table Mountain affords bird’s-eye views of both the city and Peninsula, as you explore its summit. We return to the city via the old Cape Malay Quarter, for a walk through the Company Gardens, a fresh produce garden for ships and locals from the mid-17th century, and now home to the SA Museum, Houses of Parliament, National Gallery and St George’s Cathedral. From there we drive to the Castle, South Africa’s oldest building, with its large collection of Old Cape paintings. We’ll take in the nearby Grand Parade, where Nelson Mandela addressed the nation on his release in 1990, and then move on to the District Six Museum.
Lodging: Hotel in Cape Town
Meals: B, D
DAY 11-14:   CAPE TOWN- KIRKMANS KAMP, SOUTH AFRICAA converted 1920s South African homestead, the old world atmosphere of Kirkman’s Kamp is complemented by impeccable and gracious service. While elegant style abounds at Kirkman’s Kamp, the wilderness beyond is never forgotten. Clear African light floods in through large windows in the spacious guest areas of the main building, lighting up the many mementos of a time gone by. Clean lines and authentic furniture will transport you back in time, while sheer creature comfort is never compromised. Glance through the leather bound tomes of the library or swap sightings in front of the roaring fireplace in the guest sitting area. After the evening game drive, friendly competition ensues on the “wildlife scorecards” in Paul’s Pub.
Meals: B, D
DAY 15:   DEPARTURESpend the morning at leisure as you prepare for your flight from Kirkmans Kamp to Johannesburg, South Africa, and then connect onward to your final destination.
Meals: B
** DISCLAIMER: The cost of package will increase if hotel and transportation costs increase. Quote will be reviewed 3 months before your tour begins and you will be notified accordingly.