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Slave Route Tour


Total Duration: 5 days
Day 1 : Accra City Tour
Accommodation included: Park View Hotel

Day 2 : Coast of Ghana
Accommodation included: Coconut Groove Hotel ( African Village)

Day 3 : Elmina
Accommodation included: Coconut Groove Hotel ( African Village)

Day 4:Asin Manso
Accommodation included: Coconut Groove Hotel ( African Village)

Day 5 : Accra
Accommodation not included

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The Slave Route Tour in Ghana is an immersive journey through the significant landmarks that tell the story of the transatlantic slave trade. This slave tour in Ghana takes you through the Cape Coast Castle and the Elmina Castle, two of the most significant slave trade sites in Ghana.

The slave tour in Ghana takes you to Cape Coast Castle, you will see the dungeons where enslaved Africans were held before being shipped across the Atlantic. The tour also includes a visit to the West African Heritage Museum and the Posuban Shrine, where you can learn about the cultural and spiritual practices of the local people.

The Elmina Castle, on the other hand, was the first European settlement in West Africa and served as a hub for the slave trade. Here, you will see the Door of No Return, where the enslaved Africans were taken through to board the ships that would take them across the Atlantic. You will also visit the town of Elmina and the nearby fishing village of Brenu Akyinim.

The Slave Route Tour in Ghana is an eye-opening experience that will give you a deeper understanding of the impact of slavery on Ghana’s history and culture. You will learn about the resilience and strength of the African people and their contributions to the world. Book your tour today and embark on a journey of discovery.


This 5-day  slavery tour in Ghana tour allows you to explore many slavery sites associated with the Slave Trade in West Africa. Whenever the slave trade is mentioned anywhere in the world, Ghana comes to the forefront of people’s minds. You will have the opportunity to walk through the dungeons of these slavery sites and also experience the culture of selected ethnic groups staying within communities that have a link with the slave trade. This will help to value and understand the rich culture of Ghanaians. You will visit community-based ecotourism sites, historical sites, and cultural sites.

You will tour the coastal dungeons where captives waited for the slave ships to take them to the New World. You will travel north to visit the slave markets and to see areas where slave raiders were busy capturing those who would become slaves

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