Price per day: $390

Canopy Walkway 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 • 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.

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