Come bask in the sun and embark on a journey to see all the natural beauty and lovely beaches Ghana have to offer. Whether this is your first time traveling or you are a seasoned traveler you will have an incredible time. Join us on an escape that will allow you to relax in a calm environment surrounded with a fresh tropical soothing open air breeze. We will cruise through the most popular and busiest street in Ghana, Oxford Street, where you will be able to stop and dine, take a pleasant walk, bargain with the merchants, shop for that special gift, or just meet new people. You can look forward to an unforgettable stay. What are you waiting on, come over and get that beautiful glowing tan that will make you stand out from the rest. You will have the best time meeting the local people who are warm, friendly and who will show you the best hospitability. We will take you to a place where you will experience dance and drum traditional with the local tribes. We will visit an area of a rainforest where you will be able to experience a tree-top view of the forest by crossing over a canopy walk bridge 40 meters (131 ft.) above the forest floor. Here at This Way Africa we pride ourselves on providing our clients with a safe, enjoyable and unforgettable travel experience. Come experience the best of Ghana. Our staff is waiting to assist you with your travel plans.
- LAKE VOLTA CRUISE | AKOSOMBO DAM | BOAT RIDE
We will take you on amazing cruise aboard the Dodi Princess II on Lake Volta where you can get a good view of the Adomi Bridge and Akosombo Dam, two historically significant infrastructures and both vital to the economy linking Accra, Tema, and Akuse to the northern regions. The view of the lake and surrounding mountainous landscape and the fresh breeze on the water will surely soothe your soul. Onboard the boat you will enjoy live music from the ship’s resident band. The kitchen crew will treat you to their special delicacies where they use fresh tilapia harvested from the tilapia farm on the lake. Enjoy the calm of the lake, learn the history of the dam, bask in the sun and gaze at the beauty of the surroundings. On our way back we will stop and you will have an opportunity to patronize the street vendors and purchase fresh produce and a lot more goodies.
- Option 2: Boat Ride On The Volta River
Set in a quiet environment you will be able relax and travel the waters of the Volta river in a boat with a fully licensed captain and with full safety gear for each passenger. The river empties into the Atlantic Ocean at Ada. Along the river are countless fishing villages, resorts and a few nice estates. Even a short ride almost overwhelms the senses with postcard quality views on every side. We will have lunch at a popular restaurant on the lake where they serve fresh tilapia harvested from the tilapia farm nearby and on the lake.
- KAKUM NATIONAL PARK
For your adventurous side, we will journey to the Central Region of Ghana to Kakum National Park the home of Ghana’s surviving tropical rainforest spanning over 360sq km. The Park has over 40 large mammals, such as elephants, bongo antelopes and primates like the Diana monkeys living there. It has been reported there are 400 bird species and an array of butterflies, flora and fauna. The highlight of the day and the most popular attraction in the park is the canopy walkway made up of seven bridges extending 350 meters (1,150 ft) long and connecting to seven tree tops which spans across the forest and hangs 40 meters above (131 ft) the forest floor giving you a beautiful tree-top panorama view of the rainforest.
- BOJO BEACH RESORT
It’s time to head over to the beach for some fun and relaxation. We will visit one of Ghana’s well maintained beaches. It is a great place to sneak away from the busy city of Accra. The beach is becoming a very poplar beach destination for many tourists visiting Ghana. Bask in the sun and get the best glowing tan that will get you noticed. During the week day the beach is a wonderfully tranquil haven and lots of space. However, the weekend and holidays are bustling with locals and visitors alike having a fun festive time playing volleyball, or jet skiing.
- CAPE COAST SLAVE CASTLE
The next adventure will be a trip to the Central region of Ghana; the seat of Ghana’s colonial history. You will explore our infamous castles in the region and be educated on how the daunting slave trade was carried out. It has been estimated that over six million slaves were shipped to other countries and passed through the door of no return. You will be astonished by what you will see and the stories you will be told.
- CAPE COAST OASIS NIGHT BEACH AND BON FIRE EXPERIENCE
Experience the splendor and serene atmosphere of one of the top-notched beach view locations in the Heart of the Central region. Oasis is the best place to hang out along the beach when you visit the Central region. With soothing live band music and a bar that serves assorted drinks, you will get the chance to wine and dine at one of the city’s amazing night time locations. From the rooftop of this amazing location, you will get a vast view of the ocean under the beautiful night sky. Also get the chance to sit round a bon fire and listen to stories and join in on a local karaoke where you get to sing songs and learn the songs and culture of others. The venue doubles as a night club so you can get the chance to hang out with friends while you have fun.
- MOKOLA MARKET WALKING TOUR
We will visit the busiest market in the capital city of Ghana, Makola Market. The Mokola market has been in existence since the introduction of commerce in Ghana. We will take a tour on foot through the market and engage with the merchants. We will visit the major outlets of some of the famous raw materials that go out of the country. We will also visit depots of the Ghana Textiles Print Limited and interact with some business women. We will then engage in some bargaining activities with the market people. We will also visit a lorry station inside the market to see how goods are transported from the market to the outlets to be sold.
- BOTI WATER FALLS
We will take a road tour to one of the water falls located in the Eastern Region of Ghana and best known for its twin falls. These twin falls are referred to as female and male by the local people. It has the status of being the most attractive and talked about falls in the eastern region of Ghana. You will be amazed at the splendor and grandeur of the falls. You will get a chance to enjoy the beautiful surroundings where you may want to splash around the flowing waters, reflect peacefully on your life, or maybe just relax in the serenity of it all. The locals have developed other attractions to enhance the visitor’s experience but not directly related to the falls tour; one is called the umbrella rock and the other is the three–head-palm tree and they are notable attractions. The umbrella rock is a 30 minute hike from the falls and the view from there is awe-inspiring. The three head palm tree is unique and locals described it as the ‘Siemens’ of the plant life. There are vendors who have prepared food there who is offering the foreign tourist an opportunity to taste the Ghanaian cuisines. Have fun!
- LABADI BEACH
One of Ghana’s most beautiful beaches is the famous Labadi Beach. The beach offers access to a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean crashing against the shores. People flock to Accra’s most popular beach to play ball games, sand arts, frolic in the surf, go horse-back riding along the beach. Take a ride on a quad bike for fun or enjoy dishes that are served along the beach or party to the music in the air or maybe just relax and bask in the sun. You can stay on to experience the night life at the beach where you will meet more people. You can enjoy the local bars along the beach serving local drinks and cocktails.
- Guided Tour Highlights
- Welcome greetings, transfer from airport or terminal to hotel, relax with leisure day
- Brief orientation by tour guide
- Volta Boat Cruise or Dodi Princess II Cruise
- Tour of Cape Coast Slave Castle or Elmina Slave Castle
- Experience walking on the canopy walk at Kakum National Park
- Meet Ashanti Chiefs and enjoy Ashanti village dance and drums and craft villages.
- Visit local markets; attend cooking class, or cooking tutorial.
- Visit to Labadi Beach to have fun.
- Visit Bojo Beach to bask in sun, enjoy peace away from hustle & bustle of the city.
- Travel to Boti Waterfalls.
- Shop at Mokola Market,
- Visit Tetteh Quarshie Market.
- Shop at Kumasi Markets.
- Farewell lunch and departure home.
- Arrival and Departure Locations
- Arrivals: You will be picked up at your first point of entry into Ghana from the Kotoka International Airport or Tema Cruise Ship Terminal. We will provide assistance with luggage and escort you to your hotel. You will be able to identify us by looking for placard (Akwaaba! – This Way Africa Welcomes you to Ghana) with the driver’s name on it.
- Departure: You will be dropped off at the Kotoka international airport or TEMA cruise ship terminal
- Tour Duration: customized to fit your travel requirements.
- Hotel Accommodations
Hotel accommodations are based on double-occupancy; additional fees will apply for single-occupancy. On group tours we use standard hotel accommodations, unless the entire group request luxury hotels and an additional cost will be added. Luxury accommodations are available upon request.
- What’s included in the Tour Packages?
- Airport or Cruise Terminal Roundtrip Transfers
- Meet and Assist with Arrival and Departures
- Hotel Accommodations
- Transportation Vehicle with Driver
- Experienced Tour Guide
- Tour Attractions Admission Fees
- Road Levy
- Bottled Water
- What is Not Included in the Tour Packages?
- Flight Airfare
- Cost of Passport and Visa
- Travel Protection insurance
- Gratuity to Tour Guide and Driver
- Travel Requirements
- Travelers wishing to visit Ghana are required to present a valid passport and visa. Travelers are encouraged to contact the Embassy of Ghana to determine current visa requirements.
- Yellow fever vaccination required.
- Travel Insurance is optional, but recommended.
- Our Pricing
The prices are based on your choice of standard or luxury accommodations, number of days, tour destinations, private or group tours. *Prices are subject to cost increases if the hotel and transportation cost increases.
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