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8 Days Unique Adventure and rich Culture tour of Ghana

8 Days Unique Adventure and rich Culture tour of Ghana

$1,781 (Per Adult)

$235 (Per Child)

$223 (Per Adult) / Day

$29 (Per Child) / Day


  • Transport
  • Accomodation
  • Sightseeing

Duration8 day(s)


Start PointAccra

End PointAccra

AvailabilityAug 31 , 2017 to Dec 28 , 2027


Reach your travel dream. This tour gives you that one-stop opportunity to experience the best adventure safari in Ghana, mixed with culture exposure. The tour begins from Accra and takes you to Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary, Kintampo waterfalls, Ancient Amowi Caves, Digya National Park located in Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana, Mole National Park and Mognori Eco-village in northern Ghana, descend south to the Ashanti Region and back to Accra Take this tour with a friend or friends to share the cost This tour can be modified to suit your budget and travel wishes The cost of package is subject to change as a result of unexpected increment in hotel rates and gasoline prices prior to payment Spontaneous stops based on client's interests for photography or a quick scenic gaze during the tour is allowed. There is a possibility of witnessing a naming ceremony, festival, drumming and dancing, join a church service or witness a funeral ceremony while tour is in session.


  • Bird Photography
  • Boat Cruise
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Game Walk
  • General Photography
  • Landscape photography
  • Scenic Drive
  • Township tour
  • Wildlife Photography
  • Game drive
  • Bird Watching
  • Culture


  • Mole National Park, Ghana
  • Accra, Ghana

Physical Condition

  • Normal Physical Condition


  • WiFi and phone coverage at most lodges

Day-by-day Description

Day 1Arrive in Accra - Ghana

Arrive at the Kotoka International Airport, where our driver-guide will meet and transfer you to your hotel, for a drink, trip briefing, acclimatization and relaxation.

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  • Transfer


Accra, Greater Accra Region, Ghana

Travel Time: 1 hrs

Day 2Accra to Brong Ahafo Region

Activities Included

General Photography Landscape photography Scenic Drive Township tour Culture

After breakfast at the hotel, the driver will meet you and start your journey to the Brong Ahafo Region, located 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 of an open, and warm-hearted people, ready to welcome you and make your stay in Brong Ahafo a memorable one. Upon arrival, check in at your hotel, enjoy lunch and visit the Boabeng Fiema Monkeys Sanctuary, the famous example of traditional conservation of Forest with wide varieties of tree species engulf with birds and other animals, this is the place where two different species of monkeys, regarded as sacred happily live, eat and share their peace of minds with human beings. Continue to Ancient Amowi Caves; they are underground caves near Fiema, called the Pinihini Amowi Caves, and legend has it that the Bono people came out from the ground through those holes. According to Bono Techiman traditions, their ancestors crossed the Black Volta River after a fierce battle with the Mossi people in the north. They then hid in the woods and caves of Amowi. Though the actual cause for the migration from the Amowi rock-shelter is not clear, the Bono emerged from the Amowi caves and built their first town called "Yefiri," meaning "We are coming out." Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation

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Brong Ahafo Region

Travel Time: 6 hrs

Day 3Digya National Park Safari

Activities Included

Bird Photography Boat Cruise Camping Game Walk General Photography Hiking Landscape photography Scenic Drive Township tour Wildlife photograph Wildlife Photography Game drive Bird Watching Photo-safari

After breakfast at the hotel in the morning, the driver will meet and take you to Digya National Park for a game safari. . Digya National Park is the second largest national park and the oldest protected area in Ghana. Created in 1900 and given national park status in 1971. The park is the only wildlife territory in Ghana to have Lake Volta at its borders. It is the only wildlife location we recommend If you really like to go off the beaten track. Immerse yourself on a hiking safari with the wildlife rangers through the savannah woodlands combined with a canoe trip on the Sene River. There are comfortable and safe hotels around the Park to accommodate visitors. Check in at your hotel after a wonderful safari for dinner and relaxation

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Digya National Park, Krachi, Volta Region, Ghana

Travel Time: 3 hrs

Day 4Digya National Park - Mole National Park

Activities Included

Animal Tracking Bird Photography Camping Game Walk General Photography Hiking Landscape photography Scenic Drive Wildlife photograph Wildlife Photography Game drive Bird Watching Culture Photo-safari

After breakfast at the hotel, either decide to undertake another adventure trail at the Park or visit the nearby markets around the Park. Make your way to Mole National Park, , located at the northern part of the country. The park is Ghana’s largest national wildlife reserve since the 70’s. It is one of the main attractions in the northern part of the country and known for its elephant population. The elephant population is estimated around 400 to 600 individuals. Besides the Elephants you can spot buffalos, warthogs, several types of antelopes and monkeys. Along the way, if desired, visit the Kintampo waterfalls for a scenic view view of the falls and optionally take a refreshing swim at the basin of the falls. Continue to Mole NP, arrive at the Park, check in at your hotel, enjoy lunch and go for either a walking or driving safari Return to your hotel afterwards for dinner and relaxation

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Mole National Park

Travel Time: 5 hrs

Day 5Mole NP to Mognori to Kumasi

Activities Included

Bird Photography Game Walk General Photography Hiking Landscape photography Scenic Drive Township tour Wildlife Photography Game drive Bird Watching Culture Photo-safari

After breakfast at the hotel, go for another walking or driving safari in the morning, after which you will proceed to Mognori Eco-village for a village tour and culture exposure. Undertake a guided tour upon your arrival at the village and learn about the way of life of the Mognori people. Also enjoy a canoe trip on the Mognori river. Descend down to Kumasi, the capital city of the Ashanti Region and enjoy lunch on the way to Kumasi. 4 DAYS ASHANTI TOUR OF GHANA Starting from$705 /per person 4days INCLUDES: .Transports .Tour Guide .Sight Seeing .Standard Meal .Hotels slide slide slide slide slide 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. Visitors can participate in several traditional events such as funerals, naming ceremonies. Royal Akwasidae held every six weeks at the Royal Palace of the Asante King, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II. Arrive in Kumasi, check in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation

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Mole NP - Mognori Eco-village - Kumasi

Travel Time: 7 hrs

Day 6Full day Ashanti city Tour

Activities Included

General Photography Scenic Drive Township tour Culture

After breakfast, visit some of the highlights of the city, such as the Manhyia Palace Museum, which offers a first-hand information on the legacies of the Ashanti Kingdom. Proceed to the National Culture centre, which shares premises with the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum, home to the dazzling studios of traditional potters, brass, wood carvers, bead makers and batik makers. Take an early lunch break at a local restaurant. After lunch, visit the three famous craft villages in the Ashanti Region: Ahwiaa - the woodcarvers' village, Adawomase and Ntonso villages - the home of Adinkra and Bonwire - the Kente weaving village. On this tour, you will have the opportunity to see how African crafts are made and offers you the opportunity to buy directly from the artisans who make them. We could also arrange for Akwasidae festival of the Ashanti people on this day and do the highlights of the craft and kente villages the next morning. The festival is held every six weeks, honoring the ancestors and the Ashanti king. Akwasidae is an ornate ceremony, commemorating the date that the Ashanti Golden Stool was magically brought down from heaven. The festival therefore features a golden stool alongside the central feature of attention, the Ashanti King, who is carried on a palanquin through the procession of Ashanti people who have come to pay homage to their King. It is a beautiful and spectacular site, with colorful canopies and umbrellas amongst drummers, dancers, hornblowers and singers who perform in honour of their ancestral spirits. Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Other Benefits (On Arrival)


Ashanti Region, Ghana

Travel Time: 3 hrs

Day 7Kumasi to Lake Busomtwe

Activities Included

Fishing General Photography Hiking Horse riding Scenic Drive Township tour Culture

After breakfast, continue to Lake Busomtwe, which was created by a meteorite and is surrounded by steep, lush vegetated hills. Arrive at the Lake, check-in at your hotel and spend the entire day by either choosing to relax or involve yourself in different activities, for example go for a hiking excursion around the lake whilst spotting birds and butterflies, rent a bicycle and visit one of the nearby villages, on the lake, or go for a horse riding excursion. Optionally go for stand-up paddling, where you do not sit the normal way in a canoe, but stand on a board and manoeuvre yourself with a long paddle. Wrap up your hike or other activities with a home-made three-course organic and vegetarian meal at the Green Ranch. Alternatively, take part in a batik workshop, where you learn how to dye locally made clothes and create colourful designs. You can also decide to relax at the lakeside and enjoy the reading of a book. If desired, visit a cocoa plantation nearby for cocoa propagation and processing tour All activities above can be discussed and decided on once you arrive at the Lake. Retire to your hotel for dinner and relaxation

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Lake Busomtwe

Travel Time: 1 hrs

Day 8Lake Bosumtwe to Accra

Activities Included

Fishing General Photography Hiking Landscape photography Scenic Drive Township tour Culture

Spend the morning at the Lake to undertake some of the activities at the Lake and find your way back to Accra. Make few stops along the way. The Ashanti region is also well known for its shrines, which date from the 18th and 19th century. The shrines, also called Abosomfie, are in most cases held sacred and have a collection of informative displays, artefacts and other fetish items. The shrines which are of interest to visit are the Besease shrine (the place the spirits were consulted before leading the attack on the British Fort in Kumasi), the Bodwease Shrine (which forms an extension of the chief's palace), and the Atia Kusia Kwame Shrine, Aduko Jachie Shrine and the Adango Shrine (which are also much decorated and impressive). Another option is to visit the Bobiri Tropical Forest Reserve, a stretch of well-preserved forest. The lodge is situated in the middle of the forest, where you can enjoy the serene nature. Undertake a guided forest walk and learn about a wide variety of tropical timbers. Take a lunch break and continue your way to Accra. Arrive in Accra and optionally undertake some souvenir shopping before your drop off at the Airport for departure formalities.

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Ashanti and Accra

Travel Time: 4 hrs

Offical Visa Regulations and Health Requirements

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VISA INFORMATION Visa for most West African Countries has to be applied for at the Consulate of the intended Country to be visited in your home country or in a neighboring Country if the Country to be visited does not have a consulate in your home Country, be it a multiple or single entry visa. Visas issued at the border or on arrival for some nationalities are twice the amount if applied at the embassy; and the process could be time consuming. Obtaining a Togo visa at the border is quite flexible as compared to border visa issuance of other West African Countries. Togo visa is valid for 7 days, and can also be used to re-enter the Country multiple times within that period. You could also apply for your Togo visa in advance in your home country. For the visas you apply in advance, once you have booked your trip with us, we will send you invitation letter(s) and contact details covering the countries to be visited to assist in your visa application. You will need to take two or three passport pictures, your yellow fever certificate and your passport which should be valid for at least 6 months after departure. You need a page in your passport that is blank on both sides for your visa. Your passport must be valid for the whole of your stay in the Country(ies) visited. When your visa(s) is issued, please cross check the visa stamps in your passport if it corresponds with your visa application submissions before your departure. Ghana visa fees • Single Entry Visa(must be used within 3 months from date of issue) $60.00 • Multiple Entry Visa $100.00 • Single Expedited $100.00 • Multiple Visa Expedited $200.00 Togo visa at the border: 10 000 - 15 000 CFA Togo visa in Accra: 25 000 - 30 000 CFA Benin visa in Accra: 15 000 - 20 000 CFA Burkina Faso visa in Accra 20 000 - 25 000 CFA Ivory Coast visa in Accra 35 000 - 40 000 CFA The above visa fees are subject to change as per Country regulations. MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS VACCINATIONS Yellow Fever vaccination is required for entry into Ghana and other West African Countries. You will be asked to show proof of immunization at the Airport of arrival or at the border. Other vaccinations are at your discretion. If your doctor cannot obtain one for you (generally cheaper), these vaccinations are readily available at any travel clinic. RECOMMENDED 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. Influenza 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. Typhus / Typhoid Fever While typhus is not a big problem in Ghana, this disease, spread by dirty food or water, can be fatal. This vaccination is recommended when traveling in remote or unsanitary areas or if you plan to be around animals. Meningitis (bacterial) Characterized by blinding headaches and fever, meningitis can be fatal. The vaccination against bacterial meningitis is especially recommended if you will be staying in close quarters with many people or children. Ideally get the vaccination containing strains A, C, W and Y, but if only the A+C is available, that is better than none at all. There is no vaccination against viral meningitis. AT YOUR DISCRETION Cholera The oral vaccine Dukoral immunizes against this nasty scourge of dirty water. More importantly though, there are reports that this vaccine also provides some protection against e.Coli, the main culprit in traveler's diarrhea. Rabies Another recommended vaccination when traveling to remote areas. Absolutely essential if you will be working with animals. Rabies is spread by any mammal via a bite, scratch or lick of an open wound by an infected animal and is 100% fatal without treatment. The multi-dose vaccination is the same as any other injected vaccination - quick and painless. Hepatitis B This illness is carried in bodily fluids. This multi-dose vaccination is strongly recommended for visitors who may be volunteering or visiting clinics and may come into contact with blood or semen. Note that there is no vaccine for the other virulent strains of Hepatitis (C,D,E), which are spread in the same way as Hepatitis B. Tuberculosis (TB) While of concern to those staying in close quarters with many people or children, there is debate over whether this vaccine is useful for adults. Discuss with your doctor or travel clinic. TRAVEL INSURANCE It is essential that you have travelers' insurance when on holiday in West Africa. WHAT TO PACK FOR YOUR TRIP The following is a typical list of what might be required while embarking on your trip. If you are not traveling in a private car, then be certain to add a lighting object to your list. BAGS - Soft hold-all bag for excursions - Smaller travel/overnight bag or day pack for traveling - Lightweight backpack if traveling via public transport CLOTHING White clothing is not recommended because it is impossible to keep clean. - Smart-casual outfit - 1 set - Outdoor summer clothing in natural fibres - 3 sets - Light-weight cotton long pants - 2 pair: For cool evenings or to use as sun screen. - Comfortable walking shoes / sandals - 1 pair each - Undershirt / singlet - Not to keep you warm, but to keep the sweat from showing so much. - Underwear - 4 to 6 sets - Swimwear: Only wear this at beach or poolside. - Sarong or multi-purpose cotton wrap-around: Useful also as sun screen or dust cover for cameras. - Towel / face cloth / bandana / handkerchief - Hat in neutral tones - Sunglasses HARDWARE - Flash light or head lamp / 2 sets of batteries - Camera equipment / extra lithium batteries - Dust-free camera bag (Zip-lock bag is fine) - Extra battery, solar charger for phone TOILETRIES - Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant (not antiperspirant), shaver, brush & comb, moisturizing cream, decongestant, anti-fungal. - Sunscreen lotion/sun block, lip-aid and floss: These are particularly difficult to obtain in Ghana. - Prescription drugs/small private medical kit (pain killers, plasters, anti-septic spray) / contraceptives / tampons - Contact lenses / lens fluid / spare glasses - Malaria tablets - Insect repellent (containing DEET is best) PAPERS - Passport / visas / travel documents - Pen / notebook / travel diary - Books / reference books / magazines / games to use during long siesta hours or delays - Cash in Cedis/CFA for personal expenses, tips & gratuities. Travelers' cheque and credit cards are difficult to use. OPTIONAL - Pocket knife - Duct tape - highly versatile! - Plastic raincoat or poncho - Items for bartering at markets or tips for good service - Bandanas, hats, anything with a logo - T/shirts, old clothes or stationery - Mp3 players, cameras & flash drives have high value FOOD AND DRINKS GENERAL OBSERVATIONS The cost of eating in Ghana and West Africa differs greatly depending on whether you eat local Ghanaian or West African food; Chinese, Continental, Lebanese food, would be rather expensive, probably starting at around $10.00 per dish. Ghanaian or West African meals will be half that, unless served at a restaurant catering to tourists. It is essential that casual visitors to West Africa take proper precautions when eating. Keep your hands clean and try to ensure your food is prepared and stored in sanitary conditions. Foods tend to be fried, boiled or grilled. The one common ingredient is a hot pepper that is found in most dishes and makes Ghanaian and West African food spicy-hot. - Water Drinking water is easy to find in the main cities; basically there are two options for drinking water: bottled water and "pure" water. Bottled water is what you are accustomed to in the West, and we them in abundance to quench your thirst. Make sure the seal is intact when the bottle is served to you. - Other Beverages All types of other beverages are available, from Coca-Cola products, to juices, energy drinks, and soy beverages. Getting these served very cold becomes more difficult the farther you are from a city. Juices may be either fresh, bottled, in a can or in a carton. Pineapple juice, orange juice, mango and guava are the most prevalent fruit juices. Fresh coconut juice is sold anywhere you see a pile of coconuts. Tampico is a refreshing juice drink sold in plastic bottles, while Milo is a chocolate beverage served cold along the roadside or hot for morning breakfast. Unless at an upscale restaurant, you should avoid ice cubes. You do not know what water has been used to produce them.

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A full refund is guaranteed until one day before the start of the tour (minus the 9% Safarisource commission and the banking and transaction costs, these estimated 3% but may be slightly higher). Full amount due on booking and will be held by Safarisource until tour commences and then transferred to tour operator.

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