What To Expect:
Ghana Travel Tour Highlights
Delve deeper into this amazing country with visits to the varying landscapes and cultural traditions from cities to country, jungle to savanna, this is truly an excellent way to uncover Ghana. This tour will include visits to the varying landscapes that exist within Ghana’s borders. You will have the opportunity to see immense waterfalls, the largest in West Africa, and trek through the jungle all the meanwhile visiting wildlife sanctuaries aimed at protecting these wonderful ecosystems. You will have the opportunity to come face-to-face with some of Africa’s most famous wildlife at the Mole National Park in the northern savanna lands. The park is the largest in Ghana, and is home to hippos, elephants, hartebeests, and many others. Cultural experiences also abound with visits to villages that will provide education in the day to day life of Ghanaians. Learn how to collect palm oil, make shea butter, and weave the infamous Kente cloth with masters of their trade. Along this journey you will see traditional performances of dancing, drumming and oral histories. With the traditional histories you will see the stark reminders of Ghana’s colonial past. Visit the Elmina and Cape Coast Castles which were used as outposts for the transatlantic slave trade. These fortifications are magnificent and at the same time macabre and give visitors a sense of the plight of Ghanaians during the colonial period. While the past acts as a sobering reminder, modern Ghana is vibrant and lively and travelers can expect a mind-blowing experience!