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Eco and Wildlife tour in Accra

Bird watching

Guide: Blastours - Discovering Ghana
Type: Eco and Wildlife tour in Accra
Price: from $90 per person
Duration: From 1 day upwards
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Arts and Crafts tour in Accra

Drumming and Dancing

Guide: Blastours - Discovering Ghana
Type: Arts and Crafts tour in Accra
Price: Minimum of $115.00 depending on group size
Duration: Minimum of 1 days
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Arts and Crafts tour in Accra

Art and Crafts Tour of Ghana

Guide: Blastours - Discovering Ghana
Type: Arts and Crafts tour in Accra
Price: from $250 per person
Duration: from 2 days
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Culture and History tour in Accra

Panafest Festival

Guide: Blastours - Discovering Ghana
Type: Culture and History tour in Accra
Price: Minimum of $240.00
Duration: Minimum of 2days
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Eco and Wildlife tour in Accra

Eco-adventure

Guide: Blastours - Discovering Ghana
Type: Eco and Wildlife tour in Accra
Price: From $350.00 depending on group size
Duration: Minimum of 3 days
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Arts and Crafts tour in Accra

Ghana Togo Benin

Guide: Blastours - Discovering Ghana
Type: Arts and Crafts tour in Accra
Price: From $450.00
Duration: Minimum of 3 days
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Korah:  Hi, I am planning a trip to Ghana next year. There will be 12 people (10 students + 2 chaperons) in the group. We will be arriving in Accra on Feb 25th at ~8:00am and would like a tour of the city before going to Cape Coast. I noticed a trip itinerary on the internet that I think would be great if we could incorporate these elements into the trip. See below. We would need to go back to Accra on Saturday, Feb 27th after this trip to meet up with the people from our program. Alternatively, if you could arrange for us to go from Cape Coast/Elmina to Hohoe on Saturday, Feb 27 that would be even better. If you can provide as many details as possible, including costs, name of lodging, specific activities, meals, transportation, etc. that would be great. Thank you, Korah Wiley Accra City Tour A sightseeing city tour of Accra. You will drive through the administrative and economic districts of Accra, the capital of Ghana. This 128 year-old city has a blend of colonial and modern architecture that summarize her history. You will visit the W. E. B. Dubois Center for Pan African Culture, Independence/ Black Star Square and Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park. After lunch in a local Ghanaian restaurant, you will end your tour at the Arts Centre where you will have an opportunity to use your bargaining skills to shop from an open-air market for artifacts from Ghana and West Africa. Continue the drive to Elmina Lodging: Hotel in Elmina. Includes: (B). Kakum National Park Early morning departure for a drive through the historic Denkyira Kingdom to Kakum National Park, one of West Africa’s surviving tropical rain forests. Extending over 360sq km, Kakum is the home to over 40 large mammals and 400 bird species as well as many species of butterflies, flora and fauna. The most popular attraction is the Canopy Walkway which is made up of seven bridges extending 330m, hanging 40m (120 feet) above the forest floor. Choose between a 2 Km Nature walk through this forest to discover the wide variety of exotic floral species and the medicinal values they offer or take a walk on the canopy walkway. Lodging: Hotel in Elmina. Includes: (B). The Door of No Return at Cape Coast Castle After breakfast at your hotel, you will embark on an emotional boat trip to the Cape Coast Castle. This trip will mark as a return trip for the one made 200 years ago when Africans were transported via slave ships to the Americas. On landing on the shore make your way to the castle and enter through the door that was the last door African ancestors passed through on their way to board the ships to the new world. At that time it was a symbol of hopelessness and was known as the Door of No Return. But to modern pilgrims it is a Door of Return, of hope and healing. Explore the grounds of this infamous castle with its slave dungeons. Every part of the castle has historical significance. This castle also houses the West African Historical Museum established by the Smithsonian Institute in collaboration with the Ghanaian Government in 1994. History will unfold the story of the slave trade whose impact is still being felt today, beyond the shores of Africa. Watch the film ‘Crossroads of People, Crossroads of Trade’. Lodging: Hotel in Elmina. After dinner participate in Kasa (Talk Time) - This event offers the opportunity to learn more about Ghanaian culture or simply talk to each other and share information about the experiences you are having on the tour. Your tour leader and tour guide leads Kasa discussions. (This activity is optional). Includes: (B).
David:  I am a British citizen/passport holder and I am planning to visit Ghana in August 2009. I require car&driver pick-up from Accra International Airport to take me to Effiduase Koforidua (EK) and then another car&driver to take me to Tamale. And finally to return to Accra from Tamale I will need car&driver, and perhaps 1 night stop over in a hoptel en route. I will require help with booking hotels: 1 hotel in EK and 1 in Tamale. I would like to know in the first instance if you can help me. I will be making my own way from Saudi Arabia (where I work) to Accra. I require the help inside Ghana with transport and accommodation. I will ahve my own itinerary although I may ask the driver's advice once I am travelling. In both EK and Tamale I am looking to spend 3 or 4 nights. At the moment, I do not have exact travel/arrival dates but will communicate those when I know them. I look forward to hearing from you in the veyr near future. Regards,
abdullahi:  Im the school manager of great hallmark international school in Nigeria with male and female students ranging from ages 8-17,my school intends to undertake an educational excursion in Accra. Visit for about 40 students to the most interesting and educative sites in Ghana and I need a guide in Ghana to facilitate the tour. How do i go about it.The excursion in Accra is billed for february ending. I hope to hear from u soonest
Quim:  Hello, we are four people from Barcelona who want to go to Ghana next month. We are getting Accra the 25th of December and we leave the 5th of Jenuary. We would like to make a trip around the coast sleeping on lodge or camping. We are looking for a guide and a car for the tour. Could you make the arrangements to get it? How much it could cost? Thanks for all, waiting for your news