7 Days Ghana Circuit Tour

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Enjoy seven (7) days sampling Ghana’s rich history and culture. Learn about the people through visits to unique monuments such as castles, dungeons and museums.

Akwaaba! Welcome to Ghana!
Meet, greet and transfer to your hotel.
Hotel check in is at 3.00pm
Settle in, brief orientation by Sunseekers Tours staff
Evening: Meet Tailors and dressmakers featuring casual wear and formal garments made from local fabric and textile will visit your hotel. You may purchase ready-made clothes or place an order for a custom-made outfit. Hair braiders will also be available to showcase a wide range of hairstyles.
Welcome dinner
Overnight: Hotel in Accra

Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum           Jamestown Light house








Depart for a full day city tour of Accra visiting the W.E.B. Du Bois Centre for Pan Africanism, it is a Pan African Center for culture and it also has a research library and gallery full of manuscripts, the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and Park and the Makola Market - Accra’s most vibrant open-air market which is dominated by women traders who sell fresh produce, manufactured and imported foods, clothes, shoes, tools, pots and pans etc.
Lunch at a local restaurant (on own account)
Continue to Old Accra which was divided into Dutch and British Accra as a result of the two European nations operating from different locations within the same township of a little under 1 sq. kilometer. You will drive past Fort Crêvecoeur (Ussher Fort) built by the Dutch in 1652, James Fort built by the British in 1662, Old Accra Square and the Post Office, the old light House built by the British to guide commercial ships into the Accra Harbour.

Drive past the Independence Arch and the Black Star Square-Accra's ceremonial grounds to visit the National Centre for Arts and Crafts. View from a distance, the Christiansborg Castle, the former office of the President of Ghana.
Dinner at Hotel
Overnight: Hotel in Accra B/L

Manhyia Palace

Breakfast and hotel check out

Depart Accra to Kumasi. Arrive and go for city tour of Kumasi visiting the Manhyia Palace and the Palace Museum which provides a good insight into Asante’s culture and traditions, and the history of the Asante Kingdom which is over 300 years old. It provides a good glimpse into the powerful ancient Asante Empire and its past kings. See the National Cultural Centre, Prempeh II Jubilee Museum.

Lunch at a local restaurant (on own account)

Continue after lunch on a

Rest of day is free to relax and enjoy a sundown drink.

Overnight: Golden Tulip Kumasi






Breakfast and Check-out

Depart after breakfast for Elmina with stops to visit a few Ashanti craft

Villages to observe craftsmen at work and to purchase souvenir gift items from the wide assortment of handicrafts on sale; Ntonso where the primary activity is the Adinkra mourning cloth and tie-and-dye and finally to Bonwire, home of the famous Kente cloth.


After lunch, en route stop at Assin Manso, burial site of the remains of two former slaves exhumed from New York’s Wall Street and re-interred on Emancipation Day 1998 and the “Slave River” which was the last rest stop for slaves on their “one-way” trek to the Coast for shipment into slavery. Note the change in vegetation from coastal shrub to forest as we drive northwards across the River Prah.

Arrive and check-into hotel
Overnight: Hotel in Cape Coast / Elmina






Take a comprehensive guided tour of the Elmina Castle built by the Portuguese in 1482. This Unesco World Heritage Site marks the first place where Europeans landed in West Africa. It changed hands several times between the Dutch, the Portuguese and the British, finally becoming an auction market for slaves. See the slave dungeons and the condemned cell where recaptured runaway slaves were incarcerated.
Continue to Cape Coast Castle for another tour of the West African Historical Museum, the slave quarters and Negotiation Hall where our ancestors were bargained for and sold. Pay solemn homage to our ancestors.
Lunch (on own account)
Rest of the afternoon free. Rest of day at leisure to relax at the beach or the hotel’s poolside
Overnight: Hotel in Cape Coast / Elmina

Depart for Accra stopping en route to visit Kakum National Park, a pristine rainforest featuring nature trails and an aerial walkway above tree canopies. Enjoy a short but informative hike where a ranger educates you about medicinal plants and trees. The more adventurous may want to try the aerial walkway which reaches a height of 120 feet, affording a panoramic view of the flora and fauna of the rainforest.
Lunch (on own account)
Continue to Accra passing through colorful fishing villages, coconut-lined beaches, and plantations of pineapples and sugar cane.
Arrive in Accra late afternoon.
Check into hotel and enjoy a leisurely evening.
Overnight: Hotel in Accra

Rest of day is free to relax at the hotels beach or enjoy the hotel’s swimming pool and other facilities.
Overnight: Hotel in Elmina

Day at leisure for last minute shopping and packing.
Hotel Check out
Transfer to the airport for departure.


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