TOUR IN GHANA!!
Be part of samba Volunteers for the excitement tours in one of the undiscovered jewels of Africa! Witness an African hippo on a river safari, experience large collection of butterflies, catch an African elephant herd passes right in front of you! Sitting on African crocodiles @ Paga! Catch a wonderful s amazing experiences by diving into Ghana’s in culture, ecology, and history. Volunteer tourism is ideal for you if you are a part of a university, alumni, religious, fraternal, friends, family, or a community service group.
Orientation on arrival at the Host family
Ashanti Region (Day1-2)
Kumasi is the capital for the Ashanti people. As an ancient kingdom, this region is a kingdom of gold, history, and culture. It was founded by the Great Osei Tutu in 1695. Nana Otumfuo Osei Tutu II is the current ruler of the Ashanti kingdom. The Manhyia Palace reveals the cultural and historical background of all Ashanti’s. Akwasidae and Adaekesse is the festival celebrated by the people.
Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Kejetia market Bonwire Kente weaving (The home of African clothes)
Owabi Bird Sanctuary
Military Museum, previously called Kumasi Fort
Okomfo Anokye sword site
Brong-Ahafo Region (Day2-3 )
This is the Green region of Ghana, Suynani is the capital and is full of forest reserved and cocoa plantation, and most of the trees there are used for traditional medicines to cure a wide variety of ailments. Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Boabeng-Fiema Sanctuary, (Colubus and Mona monkeys)
Bonomanso slave market
Northern Region (Day3-4 )
The largest region in Ghana is the Northern region. It’s closer to Burkina Faso. It’s capital is Tamale.
Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Mole National Park. (Home to 93 species of mammals, including bucks, herds of elephants and small plains games). The mystery stone of Larabanga
The Larabanga Mosque (the first Mosque built by the Moorish traders) It has a distinctive facade.
Central Region (Day 4-6)
Central region is the capital
Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Dinner Overnight at Elmina Beach Resort or Similar
Attraction sites: Kakum National Park. This park has a virgin rainforest, preserved as a habitat for rare local animals. Kakum Forest has one of the few remaining canopy walks in the world. The bridges overlook Kakum Forest and its wildlife. The walks, hanging over 100m in the air may test the bravery of the group, as they cross 7 bridges total.
Hans Cottage crocodile pond
Cape-Coast Castle and slave dungeons (Trans-Atlantic slave trade) Cape Coast local market and Elmina beaches, Elmina Castles and slave dungeon.
Greater-Accra region (Day6-7 )
Participants will be transferred to Accra the next morning, day tour of Accra. Program ends at 3pm and report writing.
Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, and Launch
Attraction sites: trekking through the big markets of Accra
Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum
Centre for National Culture with a traditional art and craft market
The National Museum Kokrobitey Beach Resort with traditional drumming and dance.
Viewing historic buildings and ceremonial sites End of tour and participants will be escort to the Airport by Samba staff.
Price involved is quoted per person, in the cases of single participant; a fee of $2000.00 is required.
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What fee covers?
1. Airport meeting and hotel transfer for the first night of arrival. Air-conditioned Transportation throughout your stay in Ghana
2. Three (3) time’s daily local and international meal ,home -stay and hotel accommodation Free internet service in our office, Donation to project, Orientation, placement, assistance and adjustment, program and volunteer co-ordination/ staff support recommendation and certificate to participants after Program.
3. Escort to the airport after Program, SAVO shall present a letter of
4. Transportation, food and hotel accommodation during tours
Guides/ Samba staffs are available to take tourist around.
COME AND EXPERIENCE THE JOY!
What fee does not cover:
o Entering fees for any tourist place/ Smoking /drinks and clubbing
o Air ticket from your location
o Buying gifts/souvenirs for friends and family members back home.
o Insurance for lost of languages.