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12 days



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Take an unforgettable tour through the roots of Ghana. We offer a memorable visit to the vibrant country of West Africa. Journey through the famous Kakum National Park and historical sites such as Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle; learn about Ghana’s history at the W.E.B Du Bois Center, the Assin Manso Slave River and more.

Tour Itinerary

Day 01

Arrival in Accra

A tour guide from Can Do Land Tours will welcome you at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra. You will be welcomed and taken to your hotel to be greeted. An orientation will take place within the first 20 minutes after you’ve checked in. After this, dinner will be served.
Day 02

Accra City Tour

Our day will start early morning after breakfast. We shall first visit the W.E.B Du Bois Center of Pan-Africanism where you will learn about the basics of Africa’s history and Ghana’s significance. You will then be taken to the Independence Square which holds The Arch of Ghana’s Freedom that is inscribed with the words “Freedom and Justice, AD 1957”. We will then proceed to the final resting place of Ghana’s first president, Kwame Nkrumah. There, we will pay respects to the great man. You will also be taken to the Casket Shop where you’ll see the types of caskets that are made for Ghanaians. These caskets are quite unique, since each is made according to the profession each person had when they were alive, like an eagle for a chief and a cocoa for a cocoa farmer. After lunch you will be taken to Jamestown where you’ll visit one of the oldest suburbs of Accra that’s known for its fishing prowess. Afterwards, we’ll return to the hotel for dinner and rest.
Day 03

Journey to the Cape Coast

After breakfast, we will prepare to travel to the Cape Coast. After winding through the hustle and bustle of Accra city, you’ll travel through the small towns and villages that dot the central region, all the way up to the Capital Cape Coast. Upon arrival at your hotel, you’ll be taken to your rooms where you’ll be given time to rest before dinner. You’ll get to enjoy the nightlife with the locals as well.
Day 04

Cape Cot Castle and Relaxation at the Beachas

Early morning after breakfast, we will visit the Cape Coast Castle. There, you’ll learn about the history of the transatlantic slave trade that originated from Cape Coast Castle. You will also visit the dungeons and cells where people from Africa were kept before being shipped as slaves. The tour guide will give you information about the tragic events that happened at the Castle as well. Afterwards, we will return to the hotel, where you’ll spend your day relaxing by the poolside or at the beach.
Day 05

Kakum National Park

We’ll breakfast early in the morning and proceed directly to the Kakum National Park. Here, you’ll get the opportunity to witness numerous species of flora and fauna in their natural habitat. And you’ll have a gorgeous view of it all from atop the 350m long canopy walkway that’s between 28m to 40m above the forest floor. You’ll have lunch at Hans Cottage where you’ll have some exciting entertainment in the form of crocodiles. Then you’ll return to your hotel for dinner and rest.
Day 06

Assin Manso Slave River

We’ll leave the hotel early after breakfast to visit the Assin Manso Slave River. This is the river where those taken from the hinterlands would have their last bath in African waters before being taken to the Cape Coast Castle or Elmina Castle. It is also where some African slaves were brought to and buried after they died in the Caribbean. This was done to bring the attention of all to trace their roots. Afterwards, you will return to Cape Coast for dinner and rest.
Day 07

Elmina Castle

After an early morning departure, we will take you to the first European structure to ever be built in Sub-Saharan Africa, Elmina Castle. Built in 1482 by the Portuguese for trade, the castle was later turned into a dungeon where slaves were kept. Elmina Castle plays a great role in Ghana’s dark history as it was a major port for the transatlantic slave trade in the 17th century. We will also participate in a memorial ceremony at the beach for those we lost. We will then have lunch then proceed to the Dutch cemetery, a burial ground for those foreigners who died on Ghanaian soil. There will also be a candlelight vigil at the Castle which we will participate in. We will then return to the hotel for dinner and rest.
Day 08

Grand Durbar

After breakfast, you will be taken to the Grand Durbar where you’ll mingle with the chiefs, the locals and other guests and witness a slave re-enactment. You will also learn about Ghana’s culture and beauty.
Day 09

Cooking Classes and Shopping

As a special treat, you will be taken to the market for purchasing different ingredients to prepare a delicious Ghanaian recipe such as Banku, Jollof rice and Fufu. After you return, you will attend an easy cooking lesson where you’ll learn all about these delicious and amazing meals. You’ll then prepare your own lunch, though the teacher will be there to help you. Afterwards, you will be taken to the Cape Coast Craft Shop where you’ll shop for different souvenirs such as bracelets, sculptures and Kente. Then we’ll return to the hotel for dinner and rest.
Day 10

Free Day

This day is for your leisure. You may rest at your hotel, converse with the locals and other guests about the experiences you’ve had in Ghana and visit the local shops.
Day 11

Returning to Accra

We will depart for Accra after breakfast and travel to our hotel in the capital city. You will rest in your hotel after you arrive.
Day 12

Check-out and Departure

After you’ve had breakfast, your tour guide from Can Do Land Tours will help you check out from the hotel, and will escort you to the airport so you can depart with happy memories.

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