Upon arrival in Ghana, you would be met at the airport by representatives of Eyali Tours. A short orientation would be given after you have been checked in into your hotel about the tour and the country Ghana in general. Relax in your hotel for the next day activities
Start the day with an Accra city tour through the principal streets of Accra. This tour will take us through the Independence square, the Arts Centre Dubois Centre and the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum with a lunch break at the National Museum. Continue with the Accra city tour with a visit then to the Dubois Centre for Pan Africanism and the Christianborg Castle in Osu. Overnight in a Mid- Range Hotel in Osu
After breakfast departs to the coast of Ghana in the Central Region, visit Fort William and Anomabo fort to have a view of some of the last surviving forts built on the coast of Ghana. Visit the traditional military post back in the 14th century known as Posuban shrines at Mankessim. Overnight in Cape Coast
After breakfast visit, both Elmina Castle and Cape Coast Castle noted for their role in the transatlantic slave during which lasted over 200 years. While in Elmina and Cape Coast visit Fort St Jago and Fort William respectively. Proceed to Kakum National Park to hike in the forest as well as walk on the suspended bridges. Overnight in Cape Coast
After breakfast, a long drive to the Coast of the Western region, visit the Fort Metal cross in the afternoon. Enjoy the rest of the day at the beach. Overnight in Busua.
Upon checking out of the hotel, visit Fort Apollonia in Axim before finally arriving at Nzelezu Stilt Village. Canoe ride to this village to learn about the way of life of the people and spend the night with them on the river.
After early morning interaction with the local people at Nzelezu, depart for a long drive to Accra for drop off at a location of your choice.
Ghana formally Gold Coast has the largest amount of forts and castles built by early Europeans that visited the shores of West Africa, Ghana can boast of over 40 forts and 3 castles built due to the rocky nature of its coast. Have you planned to visit any of these sites? Well there is a good news for you as this tour package is purely made for archaeological or monuments lovers