Ghana

Party & Enjoyment at AFRONATION! the biggest music festival
Akwaaba - Return to Ghana for the History, Culture & Enjoyment

Travel Dates: 

27th December 2022 – 2nd January 2023

 

Full Payment Double Occupancy Discount $3650

Double (Sharing) $3850

Single (Not sharing) $4450

Airport:  - Kotoka International Airport

This Escape is tailored for lovers of  History, Culture, Good Food & Enjoyment, 

It covers the best that Ghana has to offer

Transportation:

Transfers in an air-conditioned vehicle with bottled water and wifi.

 

Welcome home! Ghana is a very special place for us people of the African diaspora. You'll bear witness to the harrowing experiences in the history of humanity. Learn about the founding fathers of the country's democracy, and pay homage to Kwame Krumah - an iconic Pan African figure. Party at the biggest Afrobeats music festival, and savor the best Ghanian cuisine.

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Inclusions

  Accommodation

Airport transfers

All specified activities, tours, & taxes
Professional Guide

Daily Breakfast & some meal

Exclusive invite to the hottest parties

24/hour on-the-ground travel agent support

Goodie Bag

Photographer & Videographer


 

Exclusions

 International/Local Airfare

Yellow Fever certificate (required)
Items or any other service not included on the inclusive list.
Additional activities are not outlined in the itinerary.

Optional activities are suggestions and considered extras at clients' own cost
Accommodation pre & post-trip.
Visa Fees
Travel Insurance (Recommended)
Covid-19 tests, Vaccinations, and any other Medical care.
Gratuities
Items or services of a personal nature

 Please refer to African Travel Escapes full Terms & Conditions

 

Itinerary

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DAY 1

Akwaaba “Welcome” to Ghana

Welcome home! The next coming days promise an authentic Ghanian experience that embodies the country's rich history, culture, people & the ultimate "Enjoyment" destination.
|Airport Pickup & Welcome Dinner|

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DAY 5

Aburi Gardens & Leisure

TWe explore the beautiful  Aburi Gardens and see the infamous tree of life.
You have the rest of the day to yourself. Later we usher in the New Year at the hottest party in Accra.

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DAY 2

Freedom & Justice

Today we walk through the glory of Ghana's independence. We visit Independence Square "Black Star", pay homage at the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park & Mausoleum, visit Accra's biggest craft market and Arts Center, learn about the slave trade at Osu Castle - a UNESCO World Heritage site, and a former seventeenth-century trading post. We wrap the day at a fishing village & visit the James Town Lighthouse.

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DAY 6

Relaxation, Afrobeats - Amapiano & Brunch

We enjoy New Year's brunch at a beach club, & party for the last time in the capital of "Enjoyment".

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DAY 3

The Return of the African Diaspora

Today we take the scenic route to Cape Coast. We visit the Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle, a former transit point during the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, where slaves were lowered into boats and never returned, The castles' ancient walls bear witness to the harrowing experiences in the history of humanity. We then visit Kakum National Park and walk on the breathtakingly beautiful Canopy Walkway- one of the highest in Africa.

 

Optional Activity:
Traditional naming ceremony for the African Diaspora

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DAY 7

Our Journey Ends Here

Hotel check-out, & airport drop-off.

Hope you’ve had an unforgettable African Escape.

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DAY 4

Ghana Jollof & Makola Market

Today we explore Accra's largest market, the best place to absorb the atmosphere of a West African market. It is filled to the brim with goods, people, scents and sounds, hustle and bustle. We immerse ourselves in a Ghanaian signature- culinary experience, we join a cooking class and learn how to make Ghanian Jollof Rice. Later we party at some of the hottest spots in Accra.