Day 6 : The journey home goes on to Kumasi the capital city of the Ashanti
region, popularly known as the Garden City. It is the center of the Ashanti
culture. Let us stop over at the Asantehene's palace (Manhyia palace), then have a city tour before you overnight in Kumasi.
Day 7: After breakfast we take you to the cultural center, the Kumasi Fort and the Kejetia Market, the largest in
West Africa. This evening we offer you a dance and drumming workshop. Overnight Kumasi
Day 8: South of Kumasi is the Lake Bosomptwi, a quiet Crater Lake surrounded by forest-clad hills.
Enjoy the peace and quiet here to reflect on the journey so far. The afternoon, we take you through some of the villages where
traditional craftsmen still work producing fine kente, Adinkra and the famous Asante stools. Another session of dance and
drumming awaits you this evening. Overnight Kumasi.
Day 9: We leave early for the northern part of Ghana
today. The road north of Kumasi to Mole takes us through Brong Ahafo, the agricultural basket
of Ghana. A stop over for a break is at
where the attractive cascades are hidden inside the forest. Continue to Mole park. Enjoy an evening safari. overnight Mole
Day 10: Enjoy a peaceful day at the Mole park. Enjoy a morning safari and we leave to overnight Tamale. OvernightTamale.
Day 11 : Enjoy a morning visit to the city center, markets and people. Overnight Tamale.
Day 12: We leave early enough for Kumasi today. A
possible stop at Techiman Boayam caves will be looked at.overnight Kumasi.
Day 13: After breakfast have the opportunity to buy a few more souvenirs before heading to Accra for the last overnight.
Day 14: Departure.
Note: Tour costs $1800 per person