From $741 per person. Flight, accommodation, entrance fees, and private car included.The north of Ghana is one of the 10 regions in Ghana and one of the biggest regions, the northern region has a lot to discover for tourist who want to experience a typical Ghanaian lifestyle away from the capital and the Coatal region. The largest national park is in the north and one of the best destination for visitors. Activities you can do include; • Mole National Park • Larabanga Mosque( oldest mosque in West Africa) • Mystic Stone • Crocodile Pond • Tongo Hills • Art Market • Chief Palace • Central Mosque • Bird watching • Tongo Hills • Sirigu Village • Leather goods (Leather factory) • Shea Butter • Smock clothes
ItineraryDay 1: TamaleStop At: Tichama Tours, Accra, Greater AccraVisit the Tamale Chief palace.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Meet Our Culture in Sognaayili, Tamale, Northern RegionA visit to the Leather factory where leather is use to make various products from shoes to drums to hat. You will get to try your hands our leather making. Duration: 1 hourNo meals included on this day.Accommodation included: A night at the modern City HotelDay 2: BolgatangaStop At: Tongo Hills, Bolgatanga, Upper East RegionWe will spend a day in Bolgatanga where you will see the basket market, Tongo hills, Sirigu painted houses and the Paga crocodile pond. Duration: 1 dayNo meals included on this day.Accommodation included: A night at a hotel in BolgatangaDay 3: Mole National ParkStop At: Mole National Park, Larabanga, Northern Region Make our way to Mole national park and the Larabanga mosque as well as the Mognori canoe bird watching. Mole National park It’s home to elephants, leopards and rare birds such as the white-backed vulture. Duration: 2 daysNo meals included on this day.Accommodation included: Two night stay at the Mole hotel or at Zaina lodge.