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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


Unleash your wildest travel dreams with this unique tour, which combines the best adventure safari in Ghana with unforgettable, authentic cultural exposure! The tour begins in the vibrant city of Accra and takes you to Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary, Kintampo Falls, the ancient Amowi Caves, Digya National Park, Mole National Park, and Mognori Eco-Village in Northern Ghana, before descending south to the Ashanti Region and looping back to Accra. The tour may be undertaken in a group, a budget-friendly option for friends or family. The cost of the tour package is subject to change, as hotel rates and gasoline prices fluctuate regularly. However, the tour is also flexible enough to suit your personal budget and travel wishes. While the tour is in session, visitors may be lucky enough to bear witness to any number of significant cultural events such as a naming ceremony, a local festival, drumming and dancing, or a church service.


  • 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

Welcome to Ghana! Our friendly and professional company driver will meet you at the airport to arrange your private transfer to your hotel. Here, you can enjoy a welcome drink while you are briefed on your upcoming adventure. The remainder of the day is yours to spend recovering from your travels, in preparation for the journey to come!

Other Benefits (On Arrival)

  • Transfer


Kotoka International Airport, Airport Road, Accra, Ghana

Travel Time: 1 hrs

Day 2Accra to Brong Ahafo Region

Activities Included

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

Your driver will meet you at the hotel after breakfast to take you to the Brong Ahafo Region in the very heart of Ghana. The area is remarkable for its sheer diversity of ethnic groups and cultural practises, which date back to antiquity, as well as its friendly, warm-hearted locals, ready to welcome you and make your stay in Brong Ahafo a fondly-remembered one. Check into your hotel and enjoy lunch before taking off for the Boabeng Fiema Monkeys Sanctuary, home to traditionally sacred monkeys. In the Sanctuary, humans and monkeys live harmoniously alongside one another. After visiting the monkeys, continue to the ancient Pinihini Amowi Caves, a network of underground caves near Fiema. Legend has it that the Bono people took shelter in these caves after a fierce battle with the Mossi of the north; when the Bono emerged, they established a town called “Yefiri”, meaning “We are coming out”. After a day of exploring, return to your hotel for dinner.


Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana

Travel Time: 6 hrs

Day 3Digya National Park Safari

Activities Included

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

On today’s agenda is an exhilarating safari tour of Digya National Park. Your driver will pick you up after breakfast to make the most of the day. We highly recommend Digya for those who like to go off the beaten track - literally! Immerse yourself in nature on a hiking safari accompanied by wildlife rangers through the savannah woodlands; finish off the tour with a canoe trip on the expansive Sene River. There are many reputable hotels located around the park for the comfortable accommodation of visitors. Check into one of these hotels after a wonderful safari for dinner and a few hours of rest and relaxation under African skies.


Digya National Park, Krachi, Volta Region, Ghana

Travel Time: 3 hrs

Day 4Digya National Park - Mole National Park

Activities Included

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

This morning, you’ll have the option of either embarking on another adventure trail through Digya Park, or visiting the nearby markets for some local retail therapy. Your next stop is Mole National Park in the northern part of the country. Mole is one of the main attractions of the region - it is particularly well-known for its sizeable elephant population (between 400 and 600 individuals). Besides elephant, visitors stand a chance to see buffalo, warthogs, antelopes, and monkeys. En route to Mole, you may wish to visit Kintampo Falls for a scenic view and a cooling dip in its natural freshwater pool. Once you’ve arrived at Mole, check into your hotel, stop for lunch, and choose between a walking and driving safari through the park. Return to your hotel afterwards in time for dinner, and put your feet up!


Mole National Park, Ghana

Travel Time: 5 hrs

Day 5Mole NP to Mognori to Kumasi

Activities Included

General Photography Landscape photography Scenic Drive Culture Bird Photography Camping Canoeing Game Walk Wildlife Photography Game drive Bird Watching Animal Tracking Hiking Township tour 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 cultural exposure. Take this opportunity to learn about the way of life of the Mognori people. Guests may also enjoy a canoe trip on the Mognori river. After the village visit, we'll descend into Kumasi, the capital city of the Ashanti Region, stopping for lunch en route. 4 DAYS ASHANTI TOUR OF GHANA Starting from$705 /per person 4days INCLUDES: .Transports .Tour Guide .Sight Seeing .Standard Meal .Hotels 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


Kumasi, Ghana

Travel Time: 7 hrs

Day 6Full day Ashanti City Tour

Visit some of the highlights of the city after breakfast, such as the Manhyia Palace Museum, which is a goldmine of knowledge of the legacies of the Ashanti Kingdom. Proceed to the National Culture centre, which shares its premises with the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum, home to the dazzling studios of traditional potters, brass artists, wood carvers, bead makers, and batik designers. After lunch at a local restaurant, 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). This part of the tour gives you the opportunity to witness firsthand these African artisans in action, and to buy from them directly. We could also arrange for guests to partake in the Akwasidae Festival 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. It is a beautiful and spectacular sight, with colorful canopies and umbrellas amongst drummers, dancers, hornblowers and singers who perform in honour of their ancestral spirits. At the end of the day, you'll return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.


Ashanti Region, Ghana

Travel Time: 3 hrs

Day 7Kumasi to Lake Busomtwe

After breakfast, continue to Lake Busomtwe, which lies in a hollow (fringed by steep, lush hills) created by a meteorite. After you arrival at the lake, check into your hotel and spend the day relaxing with a book in hand, or pursuing the many activities available in the area. Take a hike around the lake and spot the native bird and butterfly species, rent a bicycle and visit a nearby village, or go horse riding. You might even try your hand at stand-up paddling on the lake! Wrap up your adventure with a homemade, three-course organic vegetarian meal at the Green Ranch. Alternatively, take part in a batik workshop, where you'll learn how to create colourful patterns using local dyeing techniques. You might also choose to visit a nearby cocoa plantation to see how the famous crop is propagated and processed. At the end of the day, retire to your comfortable hotel for dinner and a night's rest.


Lake Busomtwe

Travel Time: 1 hrs

Day 8Lake Bosumtwe to Accra

Spend the morning at leisure by the lake before finding beginning the journey back to Accra. There are more than a few interesting stops along the way. The Ashanti region is also well known for its shrines, which date from the 18th and 19th centuries. The shrines, also called Abosomfie, sacred and informative displays of artefacts and other fetish items. Some shrines of historical significance include: 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 highly decorated and very 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 serene natural scenes. Undertake a guided forest walk and learn about a wide variety of tropical timbers. After a lunch break, you'll continue to Accra, where you might want to take some time to do some last-minute souvenir shopping before you are dropped off the airport for your departure. Bon voyage!


Ashanti and Accra

Travel Time: 4 hrs

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