DISCOVER GHANA The “Gateway to Africa“
No other nation has as many nicknames to its name as Ghana. Because of its substantial gold reserves, it was originally known as Africa’s “Gold Coast.” After gaining its independence from British occupation, Ghana returned to its pride in the Ashanti Empire and renamed itself “Ghana,” which is Soninke for “Warrior King.” Its strategic location on the Gulf of Guinea, a few degrees north of the equator, has earned it the title of “Gateway to Africa” in modern The immersive experience of traveling to Ghana is more important than the usual touristy sight-seeing. The nation is a fusion of rich tradition, culture, pride, and hospitality that extends a heartfelt welcome to you. Ghana boasts a wealth of natural beauty and a secluded environment, in line with its African nature.
Ghana’s most populated metropolis, which stretches along the Atlantic Ocean, is home to beautiful beaches, massive structures, museums, libraries, galleries, traditional markets, and a vibrant nightlife. Accra’s architecture recalls the city’s colonial past, with 17th century fortresses coexisting with contemporary skyscrapers. The city’s downtown financial and commercial districts, a genuine melting pot of cultures, stand in stark contrast to the less wealthy residential regions around the metropolitan centre. Some sights in Acrra draw tourists to the city year after year. In fact, for some visitors to Ghana, these venues serve as their go-to entertainment destinations. There are several attractive locations, including the Jamestone Lighthouse, Nubuke Foundation, Afrikiko, Fantasy Coffins, Makola Market, Sky Bar 25, Kikrobite, Santoku—one of Ghana’s top-notch restaurants—Aburi Botanical Garden, Labadi Beach, Artists Alliance Gallery, and many more.
The distinctive, centuries-old, white mud mosques constructed in the West Sudanese style are a feature of North Ghana. It’s very important to visit the Larabanga Mosque, a charming broad rectangular building with whitewashed mud walls and spiked oak supports. Other well-known locations include the Kumasi Fort, Elmina Castle, Cape Coast Castle, Christianborg Castle, and others that are all connected to historical tales, notably those involving slavery. Ghana has plenty of hiking opportunities for both novices and seasoned hikers. The majority of hiking and walking tours are based in National Parks and can be customized to include biking, culture, history, wildlife, and birding. The Volta Region has waterfall hiking opportunities, where you can combine steep hiking with swimming in natural lagoons. Other activities that enhance the sense of being at one with nature include nocturnal ‘turtle walks’ along the beach and guided hiking along birding trails.
Ghana has a strong musical culture. Joy is manifested vividly through music, dance, and drumming. Any reason to have a party with music and drumming is a good one. Choral music is only played in concert halls and churches, despite the fact that traditional songs with a drumming are more of a celebratory expression. Ghana’s culinary landscape has been extensively covered in writing. While the basic ingredients in the cuisine are yam, maize, beans, cassava, plantain, and rice, the seasoning and work that goes into the myriad flavors that entice your taste buds is what makes it so well-known. For the finest taste of Ghanaian cuisine, street meals and snacks are a must-try.
Ghana has plenty of hiking opportunities for both novices and seasoned hikers. The majority of hiking and walking tours are based in National Parks and can be customized to include biking, culture, history, wildlife, and birding. The Volta Region has waterfall hiking opportunities, where you can combine steep hiking with swimming in natural lagoons. Other activities that enhance the sense of being at one with nature include nocturnal ‘turtle walks’ along the beach and guided hiking along birding trails.
Our program include:
- A road Trip
- A 4 night stay in premium accommodation per person sharing
- Daily breakfast
Places to visit include:
- Greater Accra
- Eastern region
- Kwame Nkrumah
- Memorial park
- One day visit to Aburi
- Dining experience: a taste of Ghanian delight
- 2 rope courses or canopy walk
- Night life and more……..
THE BEST VISITING TIME
The northern hemisphere winter is, in most ways, the best time to visit Ghana. The months of October through April are not significantly hotter or cooler than the rest of the year, but they are much more comfortable due to lower humidity levels.
More importantly, these months constitute the dry season, which means fewer mosquitoes (and thus a lower risk of contracting malaria), dirt roads are in better condition, and you or your luggage are less likely to be soaked by an unexpected storm. The dry season is ideal for those suffering from
a keen interest in natural history, because game viewing is best when the grass is short and resident bird populations are supplemented by a diverse range of Palaearctic species.
All this experience to Ghana for just 250000 cfa
for more information contact us at +229 67249558
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