Arrival, Meet and Greeting Session, Hotel Kotoka Int. Airport.
Bus leaves for Kumasi: Enjoy the scenery and the wonderful villages en route to Kumasi.
Okomfo Anokye Sword: The sword was embedded in the ground and symbolizes the strength Asante Kingdom.
Manhyia Palace: The official residence of the traditional Ruler of the Asante Kingdom.
Lake Bosomtwe : Is the longest natural lake in Ghana and regarded as sacred by the locals.
To Hotel Dinner, Night life in Kumasi, Okomfo Anokye Sword.
Boaben - Fiema Monkey Sanctuary: Twin villages that have lived with monkeys for centuries. Find out why monkeys are buried and funeral rites performed for them.
Bus leaves for Tamale
Lunch (on your own) Kintampo
Leaves for Tamale
Dinner (Mole National Park)
Hiking (Mole National park): Home of Elephants and other wonderful wildlife.
Bus leaves for Paga crocodile Pond: crocodiles live happily with Humans.
Sirigu Art Village: Arts and craft village where you can try your craft skills.
Lunch (on your own) Bolga
Bus leaves for Wa
Wa Naa's Palace: The residence of the Overlord of Wa.
Dinner Night life in Wa Mystery Stone.
Bus leaves for Wechiau
Wechiau Hippo Sanctuary: The best preserved Hippo sanctuary in Ghana. Hippos are watched from canoes on the river which comes with it own excitement.
Bus leaves for Tamale
Salaga Slave Market:
Kintampo waterfalls: Has a shape resembling gigantic staircase, with series of small white falls trembling down the dark rock face and lined on both sides by evergreen trees Rest in Kumasi Hut.
Bus leaves for Cape Coast
Cape Coast Castle: It was the seat of the Gold Coast (Ghana) government until 1877. This castle was the focal point of the infamous slave trade. Visit the holocaust is boldly and clearly told.
Kakum National park: home of the only canopy walkway in Africa.
Elmina Castle: Ancient fort built in 1482 and popular for the infamous Trans- Atlantic Slave Trade.
Dinner Elimina Castle Court.
Bus leaves for Nzulezu village: Village on stilt, where virtually everything is done on river.
Ankasa Game Reserve: Home to leopards, deer and antelopes.
Dinner Nzulezu Village.
Hiking: Early morning hiking with the possibility of seeing wonderful deer, antelope Bus leaves Nkroful village: the birth place of Ghana's first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Bus leaves for Accra.
Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum: Get to know the history of Ghana and her first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah
The Du Bois Memorial Centre: A centre for pan African history and culture.
The Makola: An open market where you can try your skills on bargaining for wares on display.
Night life in Accra.
Departure to Home.
Ms. Francisca Konadu