8 Days History tour itinerary for ghana: Measure The Wealth Of Cultural & Natural Heritage
Kumasi, Akosombo, Tafi Atome, Mount Afadjato, Tamale, Mole National Park, Accra
Embark on an engaging journey that will take you to the most incredible, unforgettable and noteworthy sites of the country, including Wli Waterfalls, Akosombo Dam and Sword Monument of Okomfo Anokye. Also, get a taste of local lives on your visits to Bonwire Kente Village, Tamale Cultural Centre and Kumasi Cultural Centre.
Cedi beads, tafi atome monkey santuary
Depart shortly after breakfast to Volta Region, and en route, visit Cedi Beads where glass bottles are recycled into beads.
Head into Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary to play and feed Mona monkeys.
Learn about the community and how eco-tourism has contributed to the development of this village.
Check-in to the guesthouse before dark to have rest.
Mt. afadjato, wli water falls
Hike to the highest mountain in Ghana, Afadjato, (885m above sea level) in the morning which will take about 3 hours maximum.
After the hike, proceed to Wli Waterfalls with your Ghana tour guide. Spend the rest of the day having fun by the waterfall.
In the evening, chill out at the Guesthouse.
Depat volta to kumasi en route akosombo
Depart for Volta Region shortly after breakfast.
Visit Akosombo Dam, The biggest hydroelectric dam in Ghana located on the amazing Lake Volta that produces over 1,020MW of electrical output.
Have lunch on the lake and go on a Boat Cruise on the world’s largest man-made lake to the side view of Ghana’s hydro-electric Dam.
Leave Akosombo shortly after the boat cruise and head into Kumasi, one of the largest cities in Ghana.
Check-in to your guesthouse for the night.
Have breakfast and depart to Bonwire Kente Village. Bonwire is popular for Kente weaving. Kente is a colourful Ghanaian traditional fabric which is worn mostly on important occasions and celebrations. A lot of the kente cloth that you see in Ghanaian markets actually comes from Bonwire.
Drive back to Kumasi and visit the historical Manhyia Palace, the seat of the Asantehene of Asanteman, as well as his official residence.
Explore the Cultural Centre, the Sword Monument of Okomfo Anokye and discover the world of modern art in a clean and comfortable museum setting.
Kejatia Market market is your next destination, West Africa's busiest and largest open-air market. Talk with the women traders at the market and shop for cloth and local items; here you will have the opportunity to use your bargaining skills.
Return to your guesthouse before dark.
In the evening, head out to experience the nightlife in Kumasi.
depart kumasi to tamale (mole national park)
Check out from your Guesthouse, have breakfast and spend the entire day travelling to Tamale.
Stop along your journey to have lunch and set off stopping at Mole national park, Ghana's largest national park and the home of the biggest elephant in Africa. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Mole.
mole national park
Spend the entire day exploring the national park and what Mole is got to offer.
Go on a morning walking safari. Spot wildlife such as monkeys, elephants, warthogs, antelopes, deers, buffaloes and more.
Have breakfast on return and spend the afternoon at the poolside viewing elephants and warthogs from a distance.
Later in the day, visit the Larabanga Mosque, Ghana's renowned and oldest mosque.
Also, learn how Shea Butter is made.
Return to the hotel before dark.
depart mole national park to kumasi
Set off early after breakfast and drive to Kumasi.
En route, make a stop at Tamale Cultural Centre.
Continue the journey with the aim to arrive in Kumasi before dark.
Have dinner and overnight at Guesthouse in Kumasi.
depart kumasi to accra
Go to Accra where you will be dropped off at your hotel.
Bottled drinking water
Transportation (AC Vehicle)
All entrance fees included
Ghana tour guides to selected sightseeing
Meals and beverages not mentioned