Day 1.City tour of Accra, passing through the W.E.B. Dubois Centre, the
national museum and the Kwame Nkrumah memorial park (the final resting
place of the first president of Ghana)
End the tour at the arts and craft market.
Day 2. Travel to Cape Coast and Elmina passing through Kromantse the home
town of the world famous jazz musician Louis Armstrong. Tour the Cape Coast
slave dungeon and learn more about what our ancestors went through when
they were confined in this terrible slave castle
Continue to the Elmina slave dungeons (the largest of the slave castles ever to
be built in sub Saharan Africa) Interestingly the Elmina slave Castle is quite
different from the Cape Coast slave Castle, the story is different here as one of
the famous Ashanti kings was held captive here. Elmina slave dungeons has its
own story to tell which will blow your mind.
Day 3.Do an interesting walking tour of Elmina to learn more about this great
city where the Europeans first landed, you will be amazed to learn more about
the activities of the Europeans whiles they were there and how they lived with
the natives of the land, this is a walking tour you will never forget.
Continue to the Kakum rain forest to try an interesting walk on the canopy
hanging in the air.
Day 4. Travel to Kumasi stopping en route at Assin Manso to see the Slave
River (this is where our ancestors had their last bath after the long painful walk
from northern Ghana, Burkina Faso and Mali. On arrival in Kumasi visit the
Okomfo Anokye Sword site to see the mysterious sword in the ground that no
man born of a woman can pull out. (Mohammed Ali, the greatest boxer of all
time tried to pull this sword out when he visited Ghana)
Continue to the Manhyia palace Museum,( here history will unfold as you learn
about Yaa Asantewaa, the greatest Ashanti female warrior of all time who
single handed raised an army and fought the British in 1900 for their insolence
and also for holding the Ashanti king captive
Continue to the Ashanti craft villages.
Ahwiaa- Wood Carving Village.
Bonwire- Kente Village
Cost per person-$1,150