August 14 -August 28 (14 days Trip)

14 Days


Our exceptional curated tours take you from the urban neighborhoods of Accra in the central region, to the Mt. Afadjato and Akosombo in the Volta Region, to the markets of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. We’ll also visit Takoradi or Tadi as the locals say it in the Western region and motorcycle city, Tamale in the Northern region. And so much more! Come for one week or two*.

We’ll travel to Cape Coast to see where our ancestors took their last bath at Assin Manso and Elmina Castle where they left the shores of their beloved land, never to return. On the way we’ll visit Kakum National Forest and walk among the thrilling treetop canopy 130 ft in the air.
Receive your Day Name during a traditional naming ceremony held in your honor and enjoy a celebration of culture with traditional musical artists, dancers, and acrobatic performers. Enjoy delectable Ghanaian cuisine and engage with the locals at popular restaurants and entertainment spots.

*Come for two weeks and visit the Volta, Central, Ashanti and Western regions of Ghana.


  • Black Star Plaza
  • Kwame Nkrumah Museum
  • Aburi Botanic Gardens
  • Labadie Beach
  • BOJO Beach
  • Accra Museum
  • Nkyinkyim Museum
  • CHALE WOTE Art Festival
  • Makola Market
  • Accra Art Center
  • Elmina Castle
  • Kakum National Forest


Arrive in Accra, Ghana with pickup service from Kotoka International Airport to lodging at Bojo Beach Resort.
For dinner, get your first taste of Ghana in a cultural Welcome Reception Dinner and Naming Ceremony at beautiful Osikan Ocean Rock Retreat Center.

Immerse yourself in Ghanaian history, culture, and art during this city day tour. We’ll start at Black Star Plaza and then make our way over to the Kwame Nkrumah Museum. We’ll get started with souvenir buying early with a stop at the Accra Art Center, where you’ll be able to find carvings, leather goods, traditional Kente fabric (stay a second week and learn to make it) and so much more. Even learn how to carve your own table! We’ll finish the day off with dinner at +233 Jazz Bar & Grill, Accra’s premier live music venue. Get your rest because there’s an early start the next day as we head to the western region.

We travel to Cape Coast in the central region and start our day amongst the treetops along the canopy walk adventure at Karkum National Park. We will take a short hike to reach the canopy at 130 feet above the ground, walk across over 1,000 feet of sturdy walkway made of wire rope, aluminum, wooden planks, and strong safety netting to keep you from plummeting off the trail. Even the faint of heart can handle this adventure!

Our next stop will be Elimina Castle, where you will witness the dungeons that once housed our ancestors, the dingy, dimly lit corridors that lead to the “door of no return”, and the breathtaking view from the pristine cannoned terraces that look out over the Palm tree-lined shore of the Atlantic Ocean.

Check into Coconut Grove Beach Resort. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner then join in a sunset meditation and candle lite vigil in honor of our ancestors.

We’re off to Asimanso where our ancestors took their last bath before walking to Elmina Castle and others along the Cape Coast shores. We then continue on to Kumasi, within the Ashanti region, where we will visit the Kumasi Art Center, and Kumasi Market—the largest in Ghana. Check-in to our lodgings at The Lancaster Hotel and have dinner.

We visit the palace of the Asantehene—Ashanti Kings and take a short trek to visit the Adanwomase Kente Village where you will witness the traditional way of weaving Kente cloth fabric—made of silk and cotton and historically worn by royalty among the Akan tribe. We travel back to Accra and check into Bojo Beach Resort.

We will immerse ourselves in nature with a trip to the Aburi Botanical Garden in the beautiful Aburi hills. Walk the trails of their immaculate grounds and refresh yourself with a picnic lunch under an exotic canopy of foliage and flora. We’ll culminate the evening with a farewell dinner and watch the sun go down on the beautiful terrace of Jerk Soul Rooftop Restaurant and Bar.

Prepare for next day departure. For those attending Afro Future Fest (formally Afrochella), the festival grounds open by noon. You can avail yourselves of the festival all day and night. You will need to purchase tickets for this event separate of Dame Dame Tours. This is a very popular event. It is advised that you purchase tickets prior to your trip to Ghana to ensure ticket availability and avoid long lines.Day

Week 1 friends checkout of lodging. Transport to Kotoko International Air provided. Depart Ghana.

Week 2 friends, arrive in Accra, Ghana with pickup service from Kotoko International Airport to lodging at Bojo Beach Resort.

2-week friends, its business as usual. Enjoy a second day of Afro Future Fest and or attend the cultural welcome reception dinner and naming ceremony at Osikan Ocean Rock Retreat Center for our new touring friends.

Immerse yourself in Ghanaian history, culture, and art during this city day tour. We’ll start at Black Star Plaza and then make our way over to the Kwame Nkrumah Museum. We’ll get started with souvenir buying early with a stop at the Accra Art Center, where you’ll be able to find carvings, leather goods, traditional Kente fabric, beautiful artwork and so much more. Even learn how to carve your own table!

Day 10 :
December 31

We will visit Mokola Market, Accra’s largest market, where you will take in a cacophony of color, sites sound, and people. There’s nothing you can’t find at this market. Experience trade and culture in its purest form. Then get ready for a spirited night as we ring in the New Year at Labadie Beach. It’s one of the places in Ghana where you will enjoy performing artists, local craftsmen selling their wares, excellent food, and beautiful sunset vistas. This beach will certainly be turned up for New Year’s Eve celebrating!

Day 11 :
January 1

In the morning we head to Winneba to experience the annual Fancy Dress Festival, also known locally as Kakamotobi. This masquerade festival is held on the first day of the year, in Winneba, a town in the Effutu Municipal district, in the central region of Ghana. The festival is an elaborate assortment of colorful costumes and masks very much like its offspring Carnival, and is a celebration of creativity, transformation, and history. We’ll have lunch at Kings and Queens Restaurant for some local cuisine and then its back to Accra. Dinner at Starbites Restaurant. Call it a night because we are up early the next day.

Day 12 :
January 2

We head out early for Akosombo in the Volta Region. We check into the Volta Hotel, put on our hiking shoes and head to Mt. Ajadato for a trekking adventure. Mt. Afadja also known Afadjato to the Ewe People of Ghana and Togo, is part of the Agumatsa sub-range of the West Africa Mountains, with a summit 2,904 ft above sea level.

We’ll also take the 6 mile roundtrip trek to nearby Tagbo Falls and Wli Falls (the highest in West Africa. There are several caves, streams and other waterfalls in this lush, forested area. We’ll have dinner at the Volta or Royal Senchi Hotel.

Day 13 :
January 3

Today we have breakfast on the beautiful hotel terrace overlooking Volta Lake and Akosombo Dam. Also known as the Volta Dam, it is a hydroelectric dam on the Volta River. Similarly, Volta Lake is the largest artificial reservoir in the world based on surface area. We will take the 5 hour Doty Boat Cruise on Volta Lake to Doty Island. We will board the 150 capacity pleasure boat the famous MV Dodi Princess II to Dodi Island off the shore of Lake Volta. We will experience nature as well as enjoy the daring water sport thrills, horseback riding, hiking and engaging with the local residents of the island. The sunset on the lake is just spectacular. Live entertainment and catered fine cuisine are included with your boarding ticket. We head back to Accra the same day.

Day 14 :
January 4

Prepare for next day departure. You’re invited to a sunset farewell beach party at Bojo Beach! Take in the waves of the ocean and sunset one last time before your depart beautiful Ama Ghana.

Cost Includes

  • accommodation

Additional Costs

  • Airfare
  • Passport
  • Visa
  • Traveler Inoculations
  • Travel Insurance


What are the payment terms?

• Deposit: $890 due June 16 or September 15 (50% Non-Refundable)
• Final payment: $1780 due on July 14 or November 15
• Informational meeting will be held June at 7pm and June 11 at 2pm/ August 30 /November 15

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

August 14 -August 28 (14 days Trip)
From $4340
/ Adult