Remember, Ghana is more than a destination—it’s an experience that will stay with you forever.

Cheers on our Ghana trip with the local Club beer
Elmina Castle
Traditional fish market
Osu Castle

This is how our Ghana trip was:

Two Weeks in Ghana: A Memorable Journey

Day 1: Arrival in Accra

  • Accra, the cosmopolitan capital, welcomes you with its lively markets, colonial architecture, and bustling streets.
  • Explore Independence Square, visit the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, and savor local cuisine at a street food stall.

Days 2-4: Cape Coast and Elmina

  • Drive to Cape Coast and Elmina, historic towns along the Gold Coast.
  • Tour the Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle, poignant reminders of the transatlantic slave trade.
  • Relax on pristine beaches and enjoy fresh seafood.

Days 5-7: Kakum National Park and Canopy Walk

  • Head to Kakum National Park, a tropical rainforest near the Central Region.
  • Experience the thrill of the Canopy Walkway, suspended high above the forest floor.
  • Spot endangered species like the Diana monkey and the yellow-backed duiker.

Days 8-10: Kumasi and Ashanti Culture

  • Journey to Kumasi, the vibrant heart of Ashanti culture.
  • Visit the Manhyia Palace Museum, which narrates the Ashanti kingdom’s history.
  • Explore the bustling Kejetia Market, Africa’s second-largest market.

Days 11-12: Volta Region and Mountain Afadja

  • Drive northeast to the Volta Region.
  • Conquer Mountain Afadja, the highest peak in West Africa. The panoramic views are breathtaking!
  • Don’t miss the nearby Wli Falls, cascading down lush green slopes.

Days 13-14: Accra Revisited and Farewell

  • Return to Accra for your final days.
  • Dance beneath coconut trees at Labadi Beach and soak in the vibrant atmosphere.
  • Reflect on your incredible journey through Ghana’s history, nature, and warm hospitality.

Remember, Ghana is more than a destination—it’s an experience that will stay with you forever.