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Get Away to Ghana 10 Days Tour

  • 10 Days
  • Max Guests : 20
  • Wifi Available
  • Oct - Apr

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One of Africa’s great success stories, the country is reaping the benefits of a stable democracy in the form of fast-paced development. And it shows: Ghana is suffused with the most incredible energy.

Ghana is certainly one of Africa’s top destinations. Planning a trip?
The best time to visit Ghana is during the dry season from October to April.
Situated on the coast in the extreme south of the country, Ghana’s colourful seaside capital Accra offers a smorgasbord of African culture and cuisine. Its location within the unusually dry region known as the Dahomey Gap means that precipitation is not as extreme here as it is in other areas of the south.

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Price Includes:

  • Airport transfer
  • Domestic air travel as noted
  • Certified Guide and Driver with 24-hour availability (no night driving outside cities)
  • A private air-conditioned Coaster, including fuel
  • Mid-range, budget and upscale accommodations (double-occupancy)
  • Staff lodging outside Accra and a meal allowance for your guide
  • All Meals & Soft Drinks (Mix of Western & African Meals)
  • All entrance/camera fees at scheduled sites
  • English Speaking Tour Guide

Price Excludes:

  • Airline tickets to and from Ghana – approximate fares to be expected LIS-ACC €360 per person, one suitcase. ** ACC-LIS €677 per person, one suitcase. **
  • Drinks, Meals not indicated in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses.
  • Entry visa to Benin, Togo and Ghana
  • Fees for COVID19 tests on arrival & departure from Benin, Togo and Ghana wherever PCR Test applicable.
  • Visa and visa fees
  • Travel insurance and immunizations
  • Between meal snacks/drinks, extra meals, alcoholic beverages
  • Any hotel incidentals
  • Any non-essential public transit taken, for you and your guide
  • Gratuity (tip) for excellent service


– Plane ticket reservation: €30

** pricing advised is an estimate value based on survey performed in Jun22.


DAY 1 – Arrive in Accra, Ghana

Meet your arriving flight at Kotoka International Airport in Accra.
Safe transport to your hotel in an air-conditioned Coaster.
Refresh and relax. Neighbourhood or Accra city orientation as time permits.
Overnight at a mid-range hotel at Tesano.

Meals: Lunch, Dinne

DAY 2 – Accra City tour, Teshie Fantasy Coffins

Meet your guide at 8:30 AM and depart on guided tour of Accra. 

Your heritage adventure begins with an introduction to the history of Ghana’s independence with a visit to Kwame Nkrumah Monument and Independence Square.
Continue with stops at Jamestown & Ussherfort the oldest districts in Accra, Makola Market in central Accra for a wide array of products sold, shopping and drumming lessons at Arts Center, Pan African Culture at W.E.B Du Bois Center.

End your tour at Teshie coffin workshop to witness this amazing craft of coffins being molded into the professions of the deceased. Continue to enjoy the rest of the day on the sandy and vibrant Labadi beach.

Overnight at a mid-range hotel at Tesano.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 3 – Flight to Tamale, Mole National Park, Safari Walk

9:30 AM AWA flight to Tamale from Kotoka domestic airport terminal in Accra.

After meeting your guide at the Tamale airport, depart to have a city orientation of Tamale and continue to Mole National Park to begin your wildlife journey.

Arrive at Mole National Park in time to have an afternoon safari walk at the Park (15:30 to 17:30). 
Overnight at a budget lodge in Mole National Park

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 4 – Mole National Park, Mognori Eco-Village, Afternoon Safari

Morning walking safari from your hotel inside the park at Mole National Park. Return after hiking and spotting some animals to have your refresh and have your breakfast.
Visit Mognori for a walking tour and a canoe safari at this eco-village.
Return drive to the park to have an afternoon driving safari with a wildlife tracker at Mole National Park.
Overnight at a budget lodge in Mole National Park.

 Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 5 – Mole National Park, Kintampo Falls, Monkey Sanctuary

Wake up to the sound of nature with a stunning vista for a morning game viewing at Mole National Park (6:30 to 7:30).
Depart after saying goodbye to the best Ghanaian wildlife area and quickly depart towards Kumasi, stopping along the way at the refreshing Kintampo Falls.
Late afternoon fun with the monkeys at Boabeng-Fiema before continuing to Kumasi.
Overnight at an upscale hotel in central Kumasi.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 6 – National Cultural Center, Manhyia Palace, Kejetia Market

Morning visit to the home of the Ashanti King, Manhyia Palace to witness the Ashanti Kingdom’s rich history and culture.
Continue to one of Ghana’s best museums, National Cultural Center with a stop at the mystic Komfo Anokye sword.

Lastly visit West Africa’s largest outdoor market, Kejetia Market with a lot of shopping potential available. Take the rest of the day off to relax after a rather calm day
Overnight at an upscale hotel in central Kumasi.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 7 – Ashanti Craft Villages, Healing Shrine, Butterfly Sanctuary

Morning departure to visit an authentic Ghanaian Kente village, Adanwomase to witness how Kente is weaved. Pay out of pocket to have a Naming Ceremony covered in Kente at the Chief’s palace amidst drumming and dancing.

Continue for Adinkra Stamping at Ntonso village. Stamp out different types of Adinkra symbols into your textile strip which is yours after this tour so carefully choose out your style. Also visit the carving shops at Ahwiaa to get carvings.

Have a short hike in the beautiful forest of the Bobiri Butterfly Sanctuary and on your return to Kumasi stop at a healing shrine at Besease to witness one of the few authentic Ashanti shrines left.     
Overnight at an upscale hotel in central Kumasi.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 8 – The Slave River, Cape Coast Castle, Central Elmina, Beach

Morning departure on a coastal journey to the historic town of Cape Coast. First stop would be at Assin Manso Slave River, the former slave cemetery and market.
Tour the U.N. World Heritage Site and former slave dungeon of Cape Coast castle.
Explore the hilltop Ft. San Jago and fishing lagoon in central Elmina.

Have a special evening cultural performance to celebrate your presence back into the motherland. Go ahead and feel free to join in the dancing and drumming on stage as the performance goes on. End your day at your beach resort for a night contemplation of your day.
Overnight at a 3-star beach resort in Elmina

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 9 – Kakum National Park, Crocodiles, Birds & Bees, Beach, Culture Performance

Visit Ghana’s most visited attraction, the Kakum National Park which is covered with tropical forest for a canopy walkway experience. It has one of the best birding sites in Ghana so birdwatchers do come prepared to see some birds on your list.
Crocodile ponds and weaver bird community at Hans Botel. Stingless bee facility.

Relax poolside or at the beach. Culture performance of drumming and dance.
Overnight at a 3-star beach resort in Elmina.          

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 10 – Abandze Beach, Ft. Amsterdam, Last Minute Shopping, Departure

Departure for Accra, visiting scenic Abandze Beach below Ft. Amsterdam.
Last minute shopping at the Tetteh Quarshie craft market or other venue.
Visit a typical family compound home. Traditional blessing for safe journey.
Safe delivery to airport 2 hours before your evening flight.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Group minimum 08*

EUR2100 Per person sharing 
​Accommodation in Double/Twin rooms
Single supplement $290

*smaller group (up to 4) possible although cost will increase to EUR3200 per person sharing

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Ghana has a tropical climate, with a dry season in winter and a rainy season in summer. The rainy season runs from May to September in the north, from April to October in the centre and from April to November in the south. The driest areas are the north and the eastern coast, which includes the capital, Accra.
Temperatures are constantly high throughout the country and range from a low of 21C in the coolest month of August to a high of 38C or more in March. Humidity adds to the discomfort during the rainy season. Travel to Ghana is best during the dry season, when there is slightly less heat and humidity, driving conditions are better and there are fewer mosquitoes.



The official currency is the cedi (GHS), which is divided into 100 pesewas. Foreign currency can be exchanged at any bureau de change as well as at some commercial banks; banks and foreign exchange facilities are available at the airport and in all major towns. Visitors can easily exchange US dollars and euros. ATMs are common in larger towns and credit cards are accepted at many hotels, guesthouses and some shops. Banks and businesses may not accept credit cards other than Visa; credit card fraud is common. Visitors should take care when using their cards and contact their card issuer to make sure their cards will work.

A service charge is rarely added to restaurant bills and tipping for quality service is only expected in restaurants (usually about 10 percent). Tipping for other services is discretionary, though travellers should note that if someone offers to help them, whether it is with directions or to carry a bag, they usually expect some kind of payment.
Carrying ₵50 notes or larger is convenient for large purchases, but many places where you spend money will not be able to make change for these bills – or even a 20 cedi note! It is always a good idea to keep a lot of small cedi notes in your pockets. Easier said than done!


Covid Ghana

  • All arriving passengers 18 and older must show proof of a full vaccine dosage.

  • You will not be required to undergo temperature checks or additional testing while on tour. However, some visited destinations may do a quick temperature scan before entry is permitted.

  • Masks are no longer required at any venue.

  • All visited tourist destinations, restaurants, shops and hotels will have hand sanitization stations at their entrance. These must be used.

  • Hotels and restaurants are required to be operating with enhanced hygiene protocols as defined by the Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture.

  •  Please Note:

    • Establishments that fully enforce this level of hygiene will generally be higher-end (more expensive).

    • Small establishments, budget guesthouses, rural lodgings and local restaurants may not strictly enforce all requirements.


Malaria and Avoiding Mosquitoes

The mosquito is the most dangerous animal in Africa by far! It is essential that casual visitors to Ghana take proper precautions against mosquitoes and the malaria that some may be carrying. Taking a prophylaxis is no guarantee that you will not get malaria if bitten, but do not over-react and think that every mosquito bite is deadly.                                                                                                                                                

While you may have heard that malaria-carrying mosquitos come at dusk and dawn, there are many types of mosquitos traveling at all hours of day and night. These beasts can also transmit a number of other maladies, so it is best to avoid mosquitoes as best as possible.                                                                                                                                               

For protection, stay in open, sunny, breezy areas and wear light coloured, loose fitting long pants and long-sleeve shirts, shoes and socks. Mosquitoes can bite through T-shirts and other lightweight, tight-fitting clothing. Mosquitoes are attracted by motion, heat, the trail of carbon-dioxide (CO2) in your exhaled breath, the smell of Lactic Acid, found on your skin when exercising, and other elements of your skin biotics. Scientists estimate that genetics account for 85% of your appeal to mosquitos.                                                                                                                                              

Mosquitoes do tend to prefer men over women, adults more than children, and larger people. Larger bodies produce more heat, more carbon dioxide and have more body mass to bite. Sleeping with a strong fan makes it difficult for mosquitoes to find you and also helps prevent the ability of these insects to fly. They also can love the bacteria that grows at your ankles, so keep your feet washed well.                                                                                                                                          

Be sure you bring a DEET-based mosquito repellent, as these are difficult to find in Ghana. After extensive testing, the US military has determined that a 35% time-release (micro-encapsulated) formulation offers best coverage with the least side effects. Anything in the range 20%-35% will be effective in most situations.                                                                                                                                          

Use of DEET with sun-block lowers the efficacy of the sun-block. So, more frequent applications of sunscreen will be needed for adequate solar protection. Apply the sunscreen first, let it dry, then spray the DEET over the top of the sunscreen. DEET works by inhibiting signals from the mosquitoes’ antennae and making it difficult for them to find you. It does not stun or kill mosquitos.                                                                                                                                           

Treat your clothing before you arrive with a Permethrin spray. This is very effective as it does kill or stun insects that come in contact with the treated fabric. Permethrin will remain in fabric for 6 or more washings. Both DEET and Permethrin sprays may found at any camping goods dealer.                                                                                                                                          

There are three choices for an anti-malarial prophylactic drug:                                           

Mefloquine (Larium)        

This is a once-a-week tablet that is the least expensive malaria prophylaxis. As with any medication that staying in your body for a week, the potential for side effects is higher.                                                                                                                                           

Malarone (proguanil and atovaquone)

This is a daily tablet that is much more expensive than Larium. It is not associated with the side effects that some people experience on Larium.                                                                                                                                                  


This common antibiotic may also be used when taken daily at 100mg.                                                                                                                                           

While locals you talk to in Ghana may seem very casual about malaria, it is no joke to you and your virgin immune system. The first symptoms feel like the flu, with a general malaise. Quickly developing, it will give you a rapid fever and chills, make your head pound like a sledgehammer, make you vomit and give you diarrhoea. If you do not get immediate treatment, you could die. Even with treatment, it is not a fun way to spend a week of your holiday recovering.                                                                                                                                          

Without a test kit, malaria is not easy to diagnose, as there are many illnesses that have these same symptoms, including typhoid, meningitis and various viral fevers – some of which are also transmitted by mosquito bites. So you should always seek treatment when experiencing a rapid rise in temperature.                                                                                                                                              

When in remote areas, you may wish to carry a test kit and a course of treatment. The best course is a short term (about 3 days) malarial treatment such as artesunate, available over the counter here. It wouldn’t hurt for you to purchase these inexpensive treatments before you leave to bring back with you in the event you begin to display malarial symptoms, your treatment is at hand.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          


Only a Yellow Fever vaccination is required for entry into Ghana. You will be asked to show proof of immunization at the border.                                                                                                                                         

Other vaccinations are at your discretion. There is at this time no commercially-available malaria vaccination. 

Give yourself plenty of time, as not all vaccinations can be given at the same time and some are given in multiple doses. If you are going to be taking many vaccinations, it will require different appointments over a period of several weeks.                                                                                                                                                                                             


Diphtheria, Polio and Tetanus                                

A current DPT vaccination is a good idea. This is a common vaccination given to children, but you need a booster shot if it has been more than 10 years since your last DPT vaccination.

Note that Ghana has been declared polio-free.                                                                                                                                                 


A current flu vaccination is also a good idea. There will undoubtedly be people on your plane carrying this virus and you never know when a major flu season will occur.                                                                                                                                                

Hepatitis A  

This vaccine is strongly recommended. It is given in multiple doses to protect against this illness which is spread orally in conditions of poor sanitation.

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