This tour shows you the century old capital of Ghana, Accra. You get to visit to the Dubois Centre for Pan African Culture, take a drive/ walking tour of the colonial section of Accra (Jamestown), view the Ussher and James Forts built by the Dutch (1650) and British (1673) respectively and also the Light House. Visit the intriguing craftsmen at Nungua/Teshie who make fantasy coffins in the shape of vegetables, fruits, cars, aircrafts etc usually depicting the profession of the deceased. Lunch will be at one of Accra’s popular Ghanaian restaurant. After lunch visit the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial park and museum, a monument dedicated to Ghana’s first post-independence President. Finally, visit the Arts and Crafts market where you can find all kinds of products from West Africa.
Min Group size- 2pax
Includes Transportation, Guide, Lunch & Entry Fees