We are offering you the opportunity to take advantage of our Destination Ghana package to explore Ghana to the fullest.

This peaceful and beautiful country is located on the west coast of Africa. The capital, Accra, is on the Greenwich meridian (zero line of longitude). Ghana is well known for its rich mineral resources, variety of agricultural produce, extensive rich forests, beautiful waters, and fact growing economy and above all great hospitality. This makes it very pleasant to explore its unique tourist attractions.

If you are a nature lover, Ghana’s rich wild life and exotic locations awaits your exploration.  There are attractive waterfalls, national parks, forest & nature reserves, zoo, botanical gardens, mountains, beach resorts, lakes and many more.

Ghana’s arts and culture will simply blow you away; in fact words cannot explain the valuable gift of tourism Ghana gives to its visitors.  People who visit Ghana always remember the wonderful cultural experience they have and forever cherish those moments.

Business and investment opportunities in Ghana is another reason to visit and explore Ghana, thousands of expats who live and work in Ghana are clear evidence of the peaceful atmosphere and rewarding economy. Ghana is a safe place for everyone; come and have a share of this great experience. Akwaaba to Ghana.

 

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Greater Accra Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: Accra Mall
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

This full-day tour will help you explore Greater Accra and its environs. Accra is the gateway to Ghana and home of Ghana’s vibrant capital city.  Although the smallest region, it is the most densely populated, containing the two great metropolitan areas of Accra and Tema, the Country’s major industrial and commercial centres.

On tour in Accra you are also assured a memorable cultural experience like never before.

Our team will lead you through an educative and fun adventure through the corners of this beautiful city.  Attractions in Accra include The National Meseum, Tema Habour, Independence Square, Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan-African Culture, The National Theatre, Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, Arts Centre, Markets of Accra, Shai Resource Reserve, Osu Castle, Beaches in Accra and many more.

Eastern Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: Aburi Gardens
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

In the Eastern Region of Ghana, you will experience a rich blend of dramatic landscapes, historic relics and Ghanaian tradition. In this region you will see Lake Volta, one of the worlds largest man-made lakes together with the Akosombo Dam, which is a source of Ghana’s hydroelectric power supply.  It is in this region where Dodi Island is located.

This region contains Ghana’s only commercial diamond mine and is the birthplace of Ghana’s great cocoa industry.

There is so much to do as a tourist in this region, if you enjoy hiking, cycling, paragliding, waterfalls and fishing this region could be an option to choose from. Attractions in this region include Aburi Botanical Gardens, Tetteh Quashie’s Cocoa Farm, Lake Volta, Boti Falls, Okomfo Anokye’s Shrine, Peduasi Lodge, Slave Market of Abonse and many others.

Volta Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: Tafi Monkey Village
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

 

The Volta Region is an area of extraordinary scenic beauty. Its rolling hills and valleys, rocky outcrops overlooking Lake Volta, and lagoons, rivers and waterfall make for one of natures most attractive gift to Ghana. The region stretches from the coastal plains on the Atlantic coast right up to the arid lands of the north, and climatic conditions can vary tremendously.

The main economic activities in the Volta Region are farming, animal rearing, petty commerce and tourism.

The festivals and ceremonies reflect the rich diversity of history and culture of tribal life in the region. The relics of European coastal forts and other structures still remain, while further north vestiges of the German colonial era are unmistakable. The regional museum at Ho is an ideal place to understand the background to our Ghana’s heritage.

Attractions in the Volta Region include, Lake Volta Estuary, The Keta-Angaw Lagoon basin, Tafi Monkey Village, Waterfalls in the region, kyabobo national park and many more.

Northern Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: Larabanga Mosque
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

 

The Northern Region is the largest region in Ghana. Travelling through this region will expose you to the rich culture of its people. The regions capital, Tamale, is Ghana’s fourth largest city. It is the nerve centre of all commercial activities in the whole of the Northern Sector of Ghana. The traditional architecture of round huts with conical thatched roofs, are sights to see.

In the Northern Region maximum temperature levels of about 38oC occur in March to April and minimum temperature levels of about 19oC in January.

In the Northern Region, food lovers are sure to have a wide range of variety of nutritious meals.

Attractions in the Northern Region include, Mole National Park, Larabanga Mosque, Larabanga Mystery Stone, Daboya, Salaga, Nalerigu Defence Wall and many more.

Ashanti Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: Kumasi Zoo
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

 

The Ashanti Region is the cultural heartbeat of Ghana. Land of the Golden Stool expressed in the language, passage rites, festivals, cuisine and ordinary day-to-day activities.

The scenic and hilly capital city of Kumasi is a vast tropical rainforest belt. Still forest country, dominated by impressive buttress rooted forest giants, alongside large cocoa farms and picturesque hillside settlements.

Ashanti is also home of the most important gold mine in Ghana at Obuasi (50km south-west of Kumasi).

To discover the traditional heartland of Ghana, a visit to Ashanti is a must.

Highlights in Ashanti Region include, The Manhyia Palace, Centre for National Culture, Okomfo Anokye Sword, Kumasi Zoo, Kejetia Market, Crafts of Ashanti, Bobiri Forest Butterfly Santuary, Bomfobiri Wildlife Sanctuary and many more.

 

Brong Ahafo Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: Kintampo Falls
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

 

The Brong Ahafo Region is the region at the heart of Ghana, with a multiplicity of ethnic groups, physical features, cultural practices that dates back into antiquity, tourist attractions opportunities for investment in all sectors of the economy especially tourism and above all hospitable people.

Sunyani, the capital of the Brong Ahafo Region is linked to Accra by a first class road at a relatively regular pace. From Sunyani you may then begin your tour, which will take you to the major tourist attractions of Brong Ahafo.

Tourist sites in The Brong Ahafo Region includes, Kintampo Falls, Boabeng-Fiema Sanctuary, Traditional Cloth Making as Boama and many more.

Western Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: The village on Stilt of Nzulezu
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

 

The Western Region is an integrated complex of beautiful safe beaches and African touch beach resorts. It has the largest collection of European trading forts (later used in the slave trade); the highest tropical jungles; numerous mines, picturesque villages and friendly people.

The region’s water villages on stilts are amazing to experience and all visitors can actually stay over in guesthouses on the water.

Attractions in The Western Region include, The castles, The Village on Stilt of Nzulezu, Akatekyi Crocodile Pond, Dr. Nkrumah’s Grave, The Mines, Beaches and many more.

 

 

Central Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: Elmina Castle
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

 

The Central Region is the former government centre of the Gold Coast. Cape Coast was the seat of the British colonial administration up until 1877. The coastline is famous for its ancient forts and castles built by early European traders, and the World Heritage Foundation under UNESCO has identified three of them at Elmina, St Jago and Cape Coast as World Heritage Monuments.

The Region is also famous for its palm-fringed beaches, fascinating fishing villages and historic towns, and rich natural attractions.

The Region’s culture is depicted through its many exciting festivals, which are held throughout the year.

There are many towns in this Region that deserves a visit by any tourist.

Attractions in this Region include The Castles, Kakum National Park, The Beaches, Traditional Fishing Villages, Craft Village and many more.

Upper West Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: George Ferguson’s Tomb
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

 

The Upper West Region has a gateway to Ghana from Burkina Faso; this region has a different feeling, as a more traditional region. The capital of the region is Wa, which is also the seat of the Wa Naa, Paramount Chief of the Walas. The magnificent palace still stands as stately as it did when it was first built in the 19th century.

Attractions to look out for in the Region include, Gbelle Game Reserve, Wechiau Hippopotamus Sanctuary, George Ferguson’s Tomb, Gbollu Defence Wall, Wa Naa’s Palace and many others.

Upper East Region tours:

  • Duration: 7 hours approx.
  • Starting point: Paga Crocodile Pond
  • Minimum group: 2 persons
  • Tours in English (translators on request)

 

Upper East Region is also the gateway to Ghana from Burkina Faso, which is a traditional crossroads for the Trans-Saharan trade routes. An exciting introduction to Ghana, much of the landscape is broad savannah grasslands, dotted with the strange-looking baobab trees, or striking Sahel terrain.  In the villages, with their distinctive round huts, communal activities go on as they have for generations.

Bolgatanga being the capital of the region has always been a meeting point for traders from Mali and Burkina Faso on their way south to Tamale and Southern Ghana.

Bolga as it known locally is a famous centre for handicrafts, including straw hats and baskets, leather goods and metal jewelry.

Attractions in this Region include, Bolga Market, Tongo Rocks, Paga Crocodile Pond, Naa Gbewaa’s Shrine, Navrongo and many more.

 

 

 

Source: www.touringghana.com