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#WT-CODE 2706

Aburi & Cedi Beads

1/2 Day(s)
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20

Experience Accra and its environs as you enjoy a guided tour of the University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana’s Premier University. It is a distinctive building of Japanese architectural design set amongst elegant tree-lined gardens and constructed in 1948.

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#WT-CODE 2671

Accra City Tour

1/2 Day(s)
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20

Today, you will discover Ghana’s capital city Accra with a drive through a blend of medieval and modern buildings. A visit to James and Ussher towns will walk you through the path of the British and their settlement in 1877. Visit the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, the third and final burial grounds of Ghana’s first President. Next door is the arts and crafts where you can use your bargaining skills to shop for carvings, baskets, drums, bags, beads, fabrics, sandals, sculptures, stools, etc.

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#WT-CODE 2682

Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary & Waterfall Tour

1 Day(s)
N/A
20

Let’s go on a sacred journey to the sacred grove of Tafi Atome, home of the Mona Monkeys. Experience the over 200 years of co-existence between the Mona Monkeys and the wonderful inhabitants of Tafi Atome.

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#WT-CODE 2680

Eco Historic Tour

1 Day(s)
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2

Early morning departure from Accra to the Central Region of Ghana. You will visit the Kakum National Park with a stopover in the village of Abrafo to visit the stingless bees factory. The centre develops honey-based medicines and baby colonies for sale, and educate the youth on the importance of stingless bees to growth and wealth creation. Continue to the Kakum National Park. The attraction is the canopy walkway which is made up of seven bridges extending 330m hanging 40m above the forest floor, offering you what is truly a bird’s eye view of the rain forest. There are some mammals but do not expect to see them as they are known to be extremely elusive. Proceed to Elmina visit this historic town. You will tour the Elmina Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Monument built by the Portuguese in 1482. The castle was the first trading post built on the Gulf of Guinea, making it the oldest European building in existence below the Sahara. Listen to the stories of the infamous slave trade.

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