Day 1 

½ Day Accra City Tour
Visit Black Star Square, Kwame Nkrumah Memorial, Dubois Center for Pan African Culture, Padmore Library, Art Centre, Presidential Palace.

Volta Regional Capital
As we exit Accra we will explore Africa’s finest real estate residential areas, visit the Aburi Botanical Garden, Mampong Herbal Center and Lady Rita Marley.  

Day 2 

Mountain Hike
Enjoy the beautiful scenery, take a bike to the village of Amedzofe, climb Mount Gemi. The panoramic view from the top of Mount Gemi is a beautiful one to behold. After your hike you will visit one of Africa's Monkey Sanctuary.

Village Life in Akpafu Todzi
Meet the chief and elders. Socialize with the people amid drumming and dancing.

Overnight in homes of locals in Akpafu Todzi and experience the life in a rural village. Eat the same foods, roam the same streets and experience something new.

Day 3 

Waterfall and Hike
Depart the hills of Akpafu Todzi by foot or bike to the Wli waterfall (the highest waterfall in West Africa), and hike to the peak of the falls or enjoy a picnic at the lower level.

Ashanti Regional Capital (Kumasi) and Self Exploration
Enjoy the rest of the day at your own leisure.

Day 4 

Ashanti Regional Capital (Kumasi)
Delve into Ashanti history by visiting the Manhyia Palace Museum, the Prempeh II Museum, and Ghana’s military Museum.
Walk through the central market (the largest in Ghana).

In the streets of Ashanti Region
Enjoy traditional festivals that are happening:

Akwasidae festival
The Ashanti King comes out to sit in state to receive homage from his subjects. Praise singers and drummers perform to welcome the king to the courtyard.

Akwantukese Festival - New Juaben– It is a period of consecration of black stools, invocation of the blessing of ancestral spirits and show of appreciation to the gods for their guidance. A colourful durbar of chiefs is marked to climax the celebrations.

Day 5 

Ashanti Regional Capital
Visit the world famous Kente weaving place (Bonwire). Continue to another very important place (Ntonso), where the Adinkra cloth is printed. You will print your own piece of cloth. Finish the day at the wood carving place of Ahwiaa.

Cape Coast and El Mina
Check in to One Africa Health Resort and Restaurant and enjoy a welcome Buffet Dinner with Cultural Drum & Dance Group Performance.

Day 6 

Cape Coast and El Mina
Visit Kakum National Park, cross over the trees on a treetop canopy
At your own leisure partake in a Mud bath, massage and the beauty of the Gulf of Guinea.

Visit Hans Cottage Botel for lunch and feeding the Alligators

At your own pleasure enjoy an African mud bath, massage, African yoga and meditation.

Enjoy nightlife in Cape Coast by the beach

Day 6 

Last Bath and Castle Dungeon
Visit Assinmanso to experience the last bath, the river where enslaved Africans had their last bath before auctioned and shipped to the Americas. You are taken on the same path the africans walked and invited to dip in the river of the last bath.

Next to the last bath river visitors can immerse in the waters which has been blessed by traditional healers of the community.

Then we head to the Cape Coast Castle Dungeon where the enslaved Africans were kept before never returning to Africa.

Candle light vigil dinner behind the castle dungeon

Day 7 

Accra and Night Life Experience

Complete last-minute shopping, enjoy dinner and Accra night life