Tour Packages

Tour Packages

Slave Route Tour

Price per day: $290 per day Tour Duration: 1 day to 14 days Tour Customizable: Yes Group Size: 1 - 100 people What’s Included • Vehicle, driver, and fuel for the entirety of the trip • Entrance fees • All activities mentioned in this itinerary • Breakfast, lunch and dinner • Airport pickup and dropoff • Star Tours Ghana t-shirt • Unlimited purified water • All taxes and handling charges Any profit that is made through our trips goes directly to support the 170 orphans we take care of at our child care center (Future Stars Ghana), our charitable organization. Check us out at futurestarsghana.com. Our tours are tailored to meet each individual or group's specific requirements including budget. Contact us for further details! Sample Itinerary (Day 1) Arrival On day one you will arrive at the Kotoka International Airport. A guide from Star Tours Ghana will meet you on arrival and escort you to your hotel, a beach resort in Accra. A briefing about the tour will be given at a welcoming dinner. (Day 2 ) Accra On day two you’ll get your first taste of Ghana. After sleeping off your jet lag and eating a delicious breakfast you’ll get the opportunity to take a guided tour of Accra. On the tour, you’ll explore Independence Square, the Dubois Centre, and the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum. The first stop will be the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum. Kwame Nkrumah was the first prime minister and president of Ghana; at this beautiful historical site, you will get the chance to learn his story. After the Mausoleum you’ll get a chance to refuel with a lunch break at the National Museum. Once you’ve had a chance to explore the museum the tour will continue with a visit to the George Padmore Library on African Affairs. At the library, you’ll get the chance to explore a large body of literature that is largely unavailable elsewhere. The tour will be concluded with the exploration of the Dubois Centre. You’ll meet up with historians for debate and discussion about a concept known as Pan Africanism. At the end of the long day, you’ll be met with relaxation and excellent cuisine at the beach resort in Accra. (Day 3) Accra - Elmina On day three we set off on our next adventure. After breakfast, we begin the journey to Cape Coast, a unique coastal town rich in culture and history. Before arriving, we’ll stop at a Posuban Shrine; a historic structure originally built as the headquarters for an Asafo company, a militant organization. After arriving, our first stop will be the awe-inspiring Cape Coast Castle. You’ll be met by the local guides, and taken on a tour you’ll never forget. After learning the history, the guides will set you free to explore everything from the grimdark dungeons to the magnificent cannon lined catwalks. In the evening, we will visit the University of Cape Coast for a two-hour lecture on traditional Western African religion. Following your studies, you’ll finish the day enjoying some traditional music before heading off to a beach resort in Elmina. (Day 4) Elmina On day four we explore Elmina. After breakfast, we’ll head to the Elmina Castle and to Fort Jago. At the castles you will be met by the local guides who will take you on another incredible tour! After the tour, you’ll once again have time to explore on your own. When you’re ready to leave, we’ll talk a walk through the historical town of Elmina eventually ending up at the Java Museum. After canvassing the museum we will head to the Cape Coast Cultural Center for a magnificent cultural performance. After the performance we will return to the beach resort in Elmina where you can grab dinner and relax. (Day 5) Elmina - Kumasi On day five it’s off to the Jungle! After breakfast, we head out to Kakum National Park. At the park, guides will lead us through the famous 30m high canopy walk. The canopy walk consists of a long chain of bridges that are level with the jungle canopy. After our trek through the jungle, we will hit the road once again. On our way to Kumasi, we will stop in Assin Manso Slave River. Assin Manso is famous for its role in the slave trade as the destination of the slave’s last bath in the “Donko Nsuo” river before their shipment to the New World. After arriving in Kumasi, we will meet with a village chief seeking permission to discuss the history of the region with the elders. After permission is granted, you will get the opportunity to learn about local history through numerous enchanting stories. After receiving your fill of history, you will spend the rest of the evening at a hotel where you’ll get the chance to relax and eat dinner. (Day 6) Kumasi On day six, you will learn more about Ashanti and explore a local market. After breakfast, we will start the day with a visit to the Manhyia Palace. The Manhyia Palace is the home of the Asantehene, the absolute monarch of the Ashanti kingdom. At the palace, you’ll get the opportunity to learn first-hand about Ashanti’s epic history. After visiting the palace, we will visit the Yaa Asantawaa Museum and the Prempeh War Museum. Once you’ve explored the museums, we will head to the Kejetia market for shopping and lunch. After shopping at the market, you’ll return to the hotel where you can eat dinner and relax. (Day 7) Kumasi - Tamale On day seven we journey to Tamale. After breakfast, we head out for Salaga. After a courtesy discussion with the chief, you’ll get the chance to visit the historical slave market, the slave well, and the cemetery. Once you’ve been to all of the historical sites you’ll get to sit down and converse with the descendants of slaves for a vivid narration of their history. Eventually, the conversation will die down, once it does, we’ll head to a hotel in Tamale where you can relax and grab dinner. (Day 8) Tamale - Navrongo On day eight we explore caves and pet crocodiles! After breakfast, we will head to the Tongo Caves. After the exploration of the caves, we will hit the road once again. Upon our arrival in Paga, we will pay a courtesy visit to the chief. After gaining the chief’s respect you’ll be able to explore the Pikworo Slave market and the crocodile ponds. If you’re lucky a guide will let you pet a crocodile. After you’ve faced off with the crocodiles, we’ll head to a hotel in Navrongo were you’ll be able to relax and grab dinner. (Day 9) Navrongo - Wa On day nine we’ll journey to Wa. After breakfast, our first stop is at Wa Naa's Palace. After exploring the beautiful palace we’ll head over to the tomb of Ekem Ferguson. Upon learning the history of Ekem you’ll get the chance to visit the Gwollo defense wall, another horrifying reminder of the slave route. In the evening you’ll get the chance to converse with the chief and his associates over the history of the area. After talking with the chief, you’ll head to your hotel in Wa. At the hotel, you'll relax and eat dinner. (Day 10) Wa - Damango On day ten we begin the journey back to Accra. After breakfast, we will head back towards Tamale. Our first stop on the way back will be at the Larabanga Mosque; a captivating 13th-century mosque built primarily from packed earth. At the mosque, you’ll get the opportunity to explore the building. Once you’re ready to move on we will head over to the iconic mystery stone. After learning the legend of the stone, we will finally head to the hotel in Tamale. At the hotel, you'll be able to eat dinner and relax. (Day 11) Tamale - Accra On day eleven we make the journey back to Accra. On the way back to Accra we will visit all three of the renowned craft villages. Our first stop will be in Pankronu, a small village famous for its pottery. Afterwards, we will head to Ahwiaa, a village with expertise in wood carvings. Finally, we will visit Ntonso, a village known for its adinkra textiles. After visiting Ntonso we will head back to the beach resort in Accra. At the resort you’ll be greeted with great cuisine, and a relaxing environment. (Day 12) Accra Day twelve is a day for relaxation and recuperation. This is your free day. The options are nearly limitless, and we are more than happy to help plan any activity you desire. However, simply regrouping on the beach has been proven to be a popular choice. (Day 13) Accra On day thirteen we will further explore the massive and magnificent city of Accra. We will start off at the Makola Market. The Makola Market is one of the largest in the country, and one of the most renowned in Western Africa. After exploring the market to your heart's content, we will head over to the Aburi Botanical Gardens. After a peaceful walk through the gardens, we will once again return to the beach resort. At the resort, you’ll be able to eat dinner and relax. (Day 14) Accra Day fourteen is departure day. We will relax at the Legon Botanical Gardens until you have to be at the airport.

Eco Adventure Tour

Price per day: $290 per day Tour Duration: 1 day to 15 days Tour Customizable: Yes Group Size: 1 - 100 people What’s Included • Vehicle, driver, and fuel for the entirety of the trip • Entrance fees • All activities mentioned in this itinerary • Breakfast, lunch and dinner • Airport pickup and drop-off • Star Tours Ghana t-shirt • Unlimited purified water • All taxes and handling charges Any profit that is made through our trips goes directly to support the 170 orphans we take care of at our child care center (Future Stars Ghana), our charitable organization. Check us out at futurestarsghana.com. Our tours are tailored to meet each individual or group's specific requirements including budget. Contact us for further details! (Day 1) Arrival On day one you will arrive at the Kotoka International Airport. A guide from Star Tours Ghana will meet you on arrival and escort you to your hotel, a beach resort in Accra. A briefing about the tour will be given at a welcoming dinner. (Day 2) Accra - Akosombo Day two is set aside to explore the Legon and Aburi botanical gardens of Accra. After exploring the magnificent gardens, we will begin the journey to a riverside retreat in Akosombo. Just before descending the mountains to Akosombo, we will stop in Agomanya to tour a bead market and factory. (Day 3) Akosombo - Liate Wote On day three we will set off for the remote village of Liate Wote. On the way you will get the opportunity to trek through remote villages, summit mounts Afadjato, and swim under Tagbo falls. After a refreshing swim under the majestic falls, we will head to the Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary. At the sanctuary, you will get the chance to play with, feed, and observe monkeys in their natural environment. Once you’re through visiting with the monkeys, you’ll be able to relax and dine at a local hotel. (Day 4) Liate Wote - Kumasi On day four your hiking skills will be put to the test! We will wake up early in order to attempt the climb to Wli Falls, the highest waterfall in Western Africa. After the trek, we will visit the six Lipke Caves before heading to Kumasi. Once arriving in Kumasi, you will be able to get some much-deserved food and rest. (Day 5) Kumasi On day five, you will learn more about the Ashanti and explore a local market! We will start the day with a visit to the Manhyia Palace. The Manhyia Palace is the home of the Asantehene, the absolute monarch of the Ashanti kingdom. At the palace you’ll get the opportunity to learn first-hand about the Ashanti’s epic history. After learning about the history of the Ashanti kingdom we will visit the Okomfo Anokye Sword site. To conclude the history packed day we will travel to Lake Bosumtwi. At the lake you’ll be able to relax in nature while enjoying magnificent views. (Day 6) Kumasi On day six we will explore three unique craft villages along with the Kejetia Market. Our first stop of the day will be the Kejetia Market, the largest market in Western Africa. After exploring the Kejetia Market we will visit all three of the renowned craft villages. Our first stop will be in Pankronu, a small village famous for its pottery. Afterwards, we will head to Ahwiaa, a village with expertise in wood carvings. Finally, we will visit Ntonso, a village known for its adinkra textiles. In all of the craft villages you will have the opportunity to participate in lessons and demonstrations from the craftsmen themselves. (Day 7) Kumasi - Techiman On day seven you will get the opportunity to explore Lake Bosumtwi, the Bobiri forest, and the Bobiri butterfly reserve. We will start the day with a canoe outing on Lake Bosumtwi, a beautiful crater lake. After canoeing you’ll get the opportunity to explore the Bobiri forest. Finally, the hiking will be concluded with a trip to the butterfly reserve. The reserve is home to over 400 species of tropical butterflies. (Day 8) Techiman - Kintampo On day eight you get the opportunity to play with monkeys, see wildlife, and explore caves. We will start the day by visiting the Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary. This sanctuary is famous for its large population of mona and colobus monkeys. After you’ve spent some time getting to know the monkeys, we will head to the Tano Boase rock formation. At Tano Boase, you’ll explore sacred groves and caves where villagers sought refuge during slave raids and tribal wars. Finally, the day will be concluded with a wildlife hike where you’ll likely spot antelopes, baboons, and monkeys. (Day 9) Kintampo - Damango On day nine you will get the opportunity to swim under waterfalls and experience a canopy walkway. Our first stop will be Fuller Falls followed by the Kintampo Waterfalls and the canopy walkway above them. Day nine will be set at a very mellow pace, allowing enough time for you to swim, explore, and relax. After exploring the falls, we will continue our journey to Damongo. (Day 10) Damongo - Tamale On day ten you’ll get to experience an african safari. We will wake up bright and early at Mole National Park. From the park we will take an all terrain vehicle and begin the journey into the jungle. We will return by 8am for breakfast. After breakfast we’ll start the second safari of the day. This expedition will be on foot through the dense jungle. After an epic day exploring the jungle we will head to Tamale. In Tamale you’ll be lodged with a local host family. (Day 11) Tamale - Kariminga On day eleven you’ll get to experience life as a Tamale local. You’ll wake up in the morning with your host family. That morning you’ll have the opportunity to help them with household chores. This will include the preparation of traditional food. After your cooking lessons we will pay the village chief a visit. After the conversation, the chief and his elders will pray for us. Upon being granted the chief’s blessing we will journey down to the workplace of local women who spin cotton into ropes for traditional clothes. You’ll then have the opportunity to learn how to spin the cotton yourself. Finally, we’ll continue on to the village of Kariminga. That night you’ll participate in a traditional storytelling circle. (Day 12) Kariminga - Paga On day twelve we explore caves and pet crocodiles! Our first stop of the day will be the Tongo Caves. After exploration of the caves, we will hit the road once again. Upon our arrival in Paga we will pay a courtesy visit to the chief. After gaining the chief’s respect you’ll be able to explore the historic Pikworo Slave Market and the crocodile ponds. If you’re lucky a guide will let you pet a crocodile. After you’ve faced off with the crocodiles we’ll head to Kumasi. (Day 13) Kumasi - Dixcove On day twelve we explore the country via train. We will travel by train from Kumasi to Sekondi-Takoradi with numerous stops at villages along the way. The train ride is approximately seven hours. You’ll be able to explore towns and villages along the way while also taking in the scenery. From Sekondi-Takoradi we will continue to Dixcove by car. (Day 14) Dixcove - Cape Coast On day fourteen you’ll get the opportunity to explore two famous castles. Our first stop will be the awe-inspiring Cape Coast Castle. You’ll be met by the local guides, and taken on a tour you’ll never forget. After learning the history, the guides will set you free to explore everything from the grim dark dungeons to the magnificent cannon lined catwalks. After exploring the Cape Coast Castle, we’ll head to the Elmina Castle and to Fort Jago. At the castles you’ll once again be met by the local guides who will take you on another incredible tour! After the tour, you’ll once again have time to explore on your own. (Day 15) Cape Coast - Accra Day fifteen is departure day. We will relax at the Legon Botanical Gardens until you have to be at the airport.

Short Trips/Excursions

Star Tours Ghana offers a variety of different one-to-two-day trips. We work with you to put together the ideal itinerary. An itinerary that suits your budget, ambitions, and time frame. With Star Tours Ghana you don’t have to worry about getting to any set location. Our guides will come to you. All you’ll need to do is sit back relax and enjoy your trip with us. Possible Tour Activities: ● Biking ● Visiting schools/projects on children ● Dye and craft lessons ● Drumming and Dancing lessons ● Cooking Lessons ● Shopping at local outdoor markets ● Hiking ● Beaches ● Waterfalls ● Local Tourist Attractions If there’s another activity you have in mind, let us know! We will do our best to set it up, or direct you to people who can.

Honeymoon In Ghana

Price per day: $390 Looking for a romantic honeymoon tour package or a destination wedding package? Plan a worry-free honeymoon getaway in Ghana with Star Tours Ghana to include the best resorts, sightseeing tours, and more… Highlight of the tour: • Welcome package • treat at a health Spa • Romantic Boat-ride • Beaches • All Meals • Canopy Walkway What’s Included • Vehicle, driver, and fuel for the entirety of the trip • Entrance fees • All activities mentioned in this itinerary • Breakfast, lunch and dinner • Airport pickup and drop-off • Star Tours Ghana t-shirt • Unlimited purified water • All taxes and handling charges Day 1: Arrival – Accra You will be met at the airport with a representative from Star Tours Ghana and take you to your hotel. Couples will spend the rest of the day free at the beach resort. Spend the night at a Beach Resort in Accra. Day 2: Accra – Akosombo We will start the day for you with an Accra city tour to include kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, National Museum and Legon Botanical gardens. Continue trip to the Akosombo area. Spend the night at a River-front Resort. Day 3: Akosombo Spend the morning free at the resort with a scenic environment, swimming pool, boat riding on the beautiful lake, lovely restaurant, bicycles, etc. Get spoilt at a health Spa. Spend the night at a River-front Resort Day 4: Akosombo - Hohoe Enjoy a romantic breakfast on a boat ride along the Volta River. Followed by a visit to the Akosombo for a guided tour of the man-made dam. Depart for Volta Region, where we spend the rest of the day free at the Wli waterfalls; the highest waterfalls in West Africa. Day 5: Hohoe – Cape Coast We hike the hills to visit Lipke Caves and Dungeons. We continue our journey from Lipke caves to Cape Coast castle; a fortress that was built by the Swedes in 1653, seized by the Danes and later conquered by the British. Also visit the Elmina Castle built in 1482 by the Portuguese They are the best-preserved castles in Ghana and declared as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Both castles are located in thriving fishing ports where hundreds of huge wooden fishing canoes are anchored. Overnight stay at a Beach Resort in Cape Coast. Day 6: Cape Coast – Kakum Visit the Kakum National Park comprising of undisturbed virgin rainforest for a walking tour on the canopy walkway, also the longest and highest of its kind in the West Africa. The forest provides an opportunity to see much of Ghana’s indigenous plant life, as well as rare butterflies, birds and other forms of wildlife. We stop over at Hans Botel, a resort partly built on stilts on a river with crocodiles, lots of bird life and monkeys. We spend the night at the Hans resort. Day 7: Cape Coast – Kumasi We drive from Cape Coast to Kumasi. Visit the Bobiri forest and Butterfly reserve, with a wide collection of birdlife. Spend the morning on the banks of Lake Bosomtwi, a crater lake believed to have been created by a fallen meteorite. Experience an optional canoe ride on the lake. We spend the night at lake Bosomtwe Paradise Resort. Note: It is a taboo to use power boats on the lake. Day 8: Kumasi – Kintampo Start the day with a visit to the Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary, where Mona and black and white colobus monkeys are considered to be a significant part of the community. Tourist will get the opportunity to feed and play with the friendly monkeys. Visit the Tano Boase Rock formation, which exhibits a variety of huge beautiful hanging and hollow rocks. Explore the sacred groves and caves. We will visit the kintampo waterfalls and canopy walkway on the waterfalls and spend some time swimming in the beautiful waterfall. Continue our journey to Damango in the Northern Region of Ghana (Mole National Park) to enjoy seeing some wildlife. Day 9: Tamale Wake up in the morning at Mole National Park and start our safari tour to see some wildlife animals. Morning Safari starts as early as 6am so we can see early morning birds, antelopes, baboons, elephants, etc. We come back to have a breakfast at 8am. We start another safari in the afternoon to see the forest animals. This time round it’s a walking safari in the forest. We spend the night at the Mole Hotel. Day 10: Tamale – Accra We drive down to the capital, Accra. It’s a day trip so we make many stops at villages, cultural centers and local markets and to experience the hustle and bustle of a typical Ghanaian market before an airport transfer the next day.

Wildlife, safari & Culture tour of Ghana

$1,700 Tour Duration: 7 to 14 days Tour Customizable: Yes Group Size: 1 - 100 people What’s Included • Vehicle, driver, and fuel for the entirety of the trip • Entrance fees • All activities mentioned in this itinerary • Breakfast, lunch and dinner • Airport pickup and drop-off • Star Tours Ghana t-shirt • Unlimited purified water • All taxes and handling charges Any profit that is made through our trips goes directly to support the 170 orphans we take care of at our child care center (Future Stars Ghana), our charitable organization. Check us out at futurestarsghana.com. Ghana is a land of immense natural beauty. You will experience the rich cultures, vibrant markets, villages, and the chance to observe monkeys and track wild elephants, baboons, antelope different species of birds etc. Kakum National park - A walk in the lush rainforest and the option to join an exhilarating canopy tour Bolgatanga and the Far North - Lobi Vilages, distinctive local architecture and painted houses in the Wa region Gold Coast Castles - The impressive 18th Century castle of Elmina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Day 1: Accra We will meet you in Accra (Kotoka International Airport) with a complimentary airport pickup and transfer you to your hotel. There will be no activities plan for the day so you are free to arrive at any time. A briefing will be done on a welcoming lunch/dinner. Day 2 – Accra city tour You will explore the city of Accra with your tour guide. Accra date back to the 15th century, the capital of Ghana is a modern city with independence monuments and countless back streets. We will begin by exploring Jamestown. We’ll pause at Fort Ussher where Kwame Nkrumah was imprisoned before continuing to Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and Independence Square. After a break for lunch, we will head north to Koforidua. The drive will take most of the afternoon, dependent on traffic. Day 3 Morning tour of Bunso Arboretum and a visit to a UNESCO Ashanti Shrine; Drive to Techiman At around 8am, we will depart on a short drive to Bunso arboretum. This area of indigenous forest has over 110 species of bird, 30 species of butterflies and a herb garden. We will learn about the flora's medicinal properties as well a chance to spot resident bird life. After the tour we’ll continue for around three hours to Besease where we will visit the UNESCO World Heritage traditional Ashanti shrines; the last remaining testimony of the great Ashanti civilisation. The Besease site has been restored allowing us the opportunity to see the traditional Ashanti architecture at the same spot that Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa visited to consult the gods before going into battle with the British. After time to explore the shrines, we will continue on the long drive to Techiman expecting to arrive in the early evening. Day 4: Guided visit of Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary before afternoon drive to Mole National Park we’ll start early with an hour's drive to a monkey sanctuary that sits between the villages of Boabeng and Fiema. Home to several families of Colobus and Mona monkeys, the sanctuary was developed in 1974 to protect the sacred monkey population in the area. We’ll meet our local guide who will spend an hour leading us along the trails and telling us more about the superstitions that led to the protection of these primates, as well as how the estimated 600 monkeys play an important role in village life. As al of the monkeys are sacred, they received a proper burial when they pass and we may have the chance to see the monkey cemetery. Later this morning we will continue our journey for another 4 hours to Mole National Park. It’s home to elephants, leopards and rare birds such as the white-backed vulture and other wild animals. We will stop along the way to visit the Larabanga mosque. The mosque is reputedly the oldest building in Ghana, but no-one can quite agree on its age! Some sources date it to the 13th century, which is highly improbable since Islam had barely reached the region at that time. Day 5: Full day drive to Bolgatanga Today is a long day traveling north to Bolgatanga, with a stop along the way in the vilage of Tongo. Here we will stretch our legs and take a short walk to the high-plateau of Tongo. Along the road you will see hundreds of pinnacles made by huge rocks stacked, local people consider these vestiges the old houses of their gods. You can also see the deep fissure on the side of the highest mountain that hosts an oracle. Under the spiritual protection of the oracle, the Talensi live there as a united clan: Their typical fortified houses can host up to 60 people and are made of mud and wood. They look like mazes surrounded by walls which can be entered through only one door. Narrow corridors, small stairways, covered hallways, oval rooms and their terraces al make a harmonious dwelling of great beauty. Later today, we'll arrive in Bolgatanga, where the surrounding hills are widely respected for the many sacred ancestral shrines. Day 6-7: Bolgatanga to Wa Today we depart Bolgantanga on the long journey to Wa, the capital of the Upper West region. Our journey takes us through the rustic town of Navrongo. We will visit the Wechiau hippotamus Sanctuary. While all our visitors love to see the hippos and the birdlife at Wechiau hippotamus Sanctuary, for many it is the combination of the wildlife and the immersion in local community life that make a visit to the community a truly memorable experience. We will be Visiting a Lobi compound to learn about fascinating traditional practices and way of life, including distinct architecture, marriage systems and funeral rites, drinking the local beer, pito, with the local communities, and listening to old stories from the headmen. Enjoying local music, including amazing displays of talent on the xylophone. We will depart on the seventh day Day 8 full day drive to Lake Bosomtwe Today we depart from Wa to the village of Bosomtwe. We will make many stops along the way to stretch our legs. First, we stop at Okomfo Anokye Sword Site. At the site, we will learn the history about Okomfo Anokye and the role he played in the Ashanti kingdom. It is believed the Okomfo planted a sword in the ground and pronounced that no one would be able to remove the sword, and so it has remained in spite of attempts. The Ashanti state, it is believed, would collapse should the sword ever be pulled out of the ground. We will also visit the Manhyia Palace museum and Prempeh II Jubilee Museum. Our final destination will be Lake Bosomtwe. The Bosomtwe lake was formed by an ancient meteorite strike in the Ashanti Region centuries ago. Day 9 – 10: Bosomtwe to Cape Caost Today, we will have a long drive from Bosomtwe to Cape Coast. We will stop at the Assin Manso slave river to learn about the history of the place. From there, we spend two days in Cape Coast and Elmina learning the history about the slave dungeons and castles. We will end Cape Coast city tour by visiting the Kakum National Forest and experiencing the exhilarating 40meter suspending canopy walk in the forest. The park is also a home to many mammals, birds and other wild animals. We will also make a stop at Hans Cottageto get some lunch and to pet their friendly crocodiles. Day 11: Cape Coast to Accra Today we will set off to the capital of Ghana. Our focus will be driving to Legon Botanical Gardens to explore the beautiful garden on a canoe ride and bird watching. We will rest at the Labadi beach and prepare for the next day adventure Day 12 – 13: Accra – Hohoe We will spend today exploring Shai Hills Resource Reserve. The reserve is a fenced area, about 48km2 and made up largely of savanna covered plains, A mosaic of forest covers the 5 separate hills in the reserve. To date 31 mammals, 13 reptiles and 175 bird species have been identified in the reserve. The baboon troop at the front gate can be very amusing, but be warned these are dangerous animals and they love to snatch your unattended personal belongings! We will visit the town of Tafe to pet some monkeys and take a guided tour of the forest. From there we will visit and explore of the ancient caves of Lipke. The next day, your hiking skills will be put to the test! We will wake up early in order to attempt the climb to Wli Falls, the highest waterfall in Western Africa. Day 14: Hohoe to Accra Today, we will visit the highest point of Ghana – mountain Afajato. The summit is located in the Volta Region, near the border with Togo. It is 885 meters in height and close to it is Tagbo falls. After testing our hiking skills, we will swim in the falls to wash of the sweat before traveling back to Accra.