Ghana historical tour
The best way to learn about slavery in Ghana
Duration : 2days /1 night
-Cape coast castle
Drive from Accra to cape coast
-Visit kakum national park. Kakum park is west Africa surviving tropical rain forest.
-Hike in the forest, the most popular attraction is the canopy walkway which is made up of 7 bridges hanging (30m) above the forest floor.
-Visit the Elmina castle. Elmina is the site of the first European contact with west Africans when the Portuguese landed in Gold coast presently Ghana in the year 1471.
The Elmina castle, a UNESCO world heritage site is the first European structure build in sub-Sahara Africa. Learn about trans- African slave trade routes.
After breakfast visit cape coast fort Williams and tour around the township of cape coast to learn more about the European influence in the first capital city of Ghana (cape coast).
Visit the cape coast castle to learn about the slave trade history. Cape Coast Castle is one of about forty « slave castles », or large commercial forts, built on the Gold Coast of West Africa (now Ghana) by European traders. It was originally built by the Swedes for trade in timber and gold, but later used in the trans-Atlantic slave trade
– Drive back to Accra
End of tour
220 euros/person (single)
140 euros/person (2 persons)
Including transportation, guide, accommodation and attraction fees
Not including food, drinks and personal expenses