At the heart of Ghana's tourism destinations are the Ashanti and Central Regions. These two combines to give Ghana 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Lake Bosomtwi created by the impact of a meteorite, the Ashanti traditional building at Ejisu Besease and the two castles in Cape Coast and Elmina built by the British and Portuguese respectively. Explore some of these and other sites such as the Manhyia Palace, Kejetia market which is the largest open market in West Africa among others.
• 3 days
Take a trip to the Central and Western Regions of Ghana which are the bedrock of Ghana's history in terms of the presence of European forts and castles of centuries ago. Starting from the West, explore the Village on water known as Nzulezo, Nkroful the birth place Kwame Nkrumah, the first president of Ghana and Ft. Apollonia. Also see the two castles in Elmina and Cape Coast and the Kakum National Park.
• 3 days
Indulge yourself in the circumstances surrounding the evil trade in slaves as you visit the Assin Manso Slave River site and the Cape Coast Castle. Learn more about the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade through slave routes and the site they had their last bath, held as captive in the dungeons and finally "shipped" to a world unknown. See the the tombs of two slaves returned from USA and Jamaica whose return tagged "the door of no return" as "the door of return".
• 10 hours
Explore Kejetia Market, West Africa’s largest open-air market, with a guide on a 4-hour walking tour! From local food delicacies to arts and crafts, live animals, jewelry and even voodoo remedies, Kejetia sells almost every imaginable item. Take some tips from your guide to sharpen your bargaining skills, and head off into the bustling market to see the many different products on sale. It’s a great way to gain an understanding of Kumasi’s language and culture, too! Numbers are limited to 12 people ensuring an intimate experience.
• 4 hours
Uncover some of the secrets in the subtle flavors of West African cuisine on this 3-hour food tour of Kumasi. Follow a guide through one of Kumasi’s busy markets, selecting all the ingredients for a cooking class and learning to barter like a local. Take your shopping, meet a food-loving home cook, and then prepare a traditional Ghanaian meal as part of your cooking class. The group size is limited to 12 people on this small-group tour, to ensure you enjoy a personalized experience.
• 3 hours
Step into the mysterious world of voodoo on this exciting 6-hour tour from Kumasi! Travel to a voodoo shrine to meet a local priest who explains age-old rituals, spells, dances, and fetishes, among other practices. Grab the opportunity for a personal consultation with the priest and then watch a mesmerizing voodoo dance, complete with masked, costumed dancers and ritualistic chants. Head back to Kumasi entranced by the things you learned about the mystical faith.
• 6 hours
Dive right into Kumasi’s vibrant nightlife scene on this 5-hour tour and discover how Africans love to party. Stroll from pub to bar and hit some of the best local nightspots with a guide in this bustling Ghanaian city. Listen to the many styles of popular local music, from rap and reggae to dance hall and ‘hiplife.’ It’s a great way to break down cultural barriers via the medium of music! Numbers are limited to 12 on this small-group tour to ensure you enjoy a personalized experience.
• 5 hours