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Our educational travel programmers are specifically designed around your chosen curriculum as our tour planners work closely with your international study coordinators, professors, and teachers to design that perfect study trip itinerary. We educate our clients on the history of the country , the cultural of the people , our local food and the history of each tribes  and its dance .


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Arrive Kotoka International Airport (Terminal 3) - Accra, Ghana.

Upon your arrival at the airport, you shall be greeted by the representatives of G and G Travel and Tour. They shall provide you with professional assistance in facilitating your transfer from the airport to your designated hotel with brief orientations of the tour.

Overnight at  Hotel Accra  Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner.

 After breakfast, we will walk to the conference hall for seminar on educational, cultural dance and history of Ghana with poems and cultural displays.   Overnight at Hotel Accra. Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner.


After breakfast, depart to Cape Coast after your check in at the hotel. You will attend a Naming Ceremony where each person will be given a Ghanaian name by the Chief of the palace. (You must know what DAY of the week you were born       and   you are also required to wear white clothing.) And learn about the cultural dance and it history. Overnight at Hotel Accra. Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner.

After breakfast at the hotel,we will depart to Assin Manso Slave River Site which was the final link in the slavery route from northern Ghana. It was known to have been the largest slave market for merchants supplying slaves to the forts and castles along the coast. Here the slaves took a rest, were sorted, branded and had their “last bath” before being taken to the castles.

This site has the graves of three Africans who died in the Diaspora and whose mortal remains were brought back. They came from the US, Jamaica and Barbados. There is also a Memorial Wall of Return on which are the portraits of persons who fought for the emancipation of Africans. On this wall there is a section where you can write your name.


After lunch, we will visit the Cape Coast Castle, which was built by the Swedes in 1653 and later taken over by the British. The castle also houses the West African Historical Museum, established by the Smithsonian Institute in collaboration with the Ghanaian Government in 1994.


Next, we will depart to Elmina Castle which was built in 1482 by the Portuguese to protect the Gold Coast. It was completed in 1486. They called the castle São Jorge da Mina (St. George of the Mines also known as St. George’s Castle). From the castle the Portuguese carried out trade in gold, ivory and slaves with the local tribes. The castle is the oldest European building in Sub-Saharan Africa. In 1637 the Dutch seized the castle by bombarding it from a hill to the north. They took over the castle and called it Elmina Castle. Here you can enter the dungeons where the slaves were kept and walk through the passage to the “Door of No Return” where the slaves would board the ships that would take them across the Atlantic never to return to Africa.

The next visit will be to the Elmina fishing village where you will learn about the many aspects of the fishing industry from the local fishmongers.

Overnight at  Hotel. Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner.


After breakfast, we will depart to explore Kakum National Park. Kakum is one of West Africa's surviving tropical rain forests, spanning over 360sq km and filled with diverse and dense vegetation. A blend of true rainforest and semi-deciduous forest, Kakum is home to over 40 large mammals, 400 bird species, and a breathtaking array of butterflies, flora, and fauna. The most popular attraction in the forest is the canopy walkway which is made up of seven bridges extending 330m and hanging 40m above the forest floor. You will be given the choice to walk the canopy or enjoy a 2km nature walk through the forest to discover the wide variety of exotic floral species and the medicinal values they offer.




After breakfast, spend the remainder of the day packing. Drive to Kotoka International Airport to depart to Kumasi. Check-in at the hotel will be done by representative of G and G travel and Tour.

Overnight Hotel Kumasi. Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner.


After breakfast check out of your hotel and depart for a drive to explore the legend of the famous Ashantis at the Manhyia Palace Museum. At the museum, you will obtain first hand information on the legacies of the Ashanti kingdom, a regal history that dates back to 1700.This is told with relics and artifacts. Enjoy the drive through the city of Kumasi viewing monuments dedicated to the memory of the great Ashanti people. End the day at the National Cultural Center, featuring the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum.

Overnight at Lancaster Hotel Kumasi. Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner.

After breakfast, depart your hotel and devote this day to visiting the Kente Village. Kente cloth is a legendary fabric worn by Ghanaian Kings through the    centuries. The cloth is still made traditionally in Adanwomase in the Ashanti Region of  Ghana. Kente is worn not only for its eye-catching designs but also for its symbolic significance. There are over 300 patterns, each with its name and meaning derived  from  proverbs,  historical events and important chiefs.

Historians believe that the dance originated from the movements of an antelope, which is called “Adowa” in the Akan language. The dance has a rich history that dates back to the early days of warfare, and it has evolved to become a significant part of Akan culture.


After breakfast, spend a part of the day packing before driving to Kumasi airport to depart to Accra. Check-in at the hotel will be done by representative of G and G travel and Tour.


Depart for a drive along the coast in Accra, and embark on a sightseeing tour of the city. You will drive through the administrative and economic districts of Accra, the capital of Ghana which is over 100 years old. This city has a blend of colonial and modern architecture that summarize its history. You will visit the W. E. B. Dubois Center for Pan African Culture, Independence Black Star Square, the Kwame  Nkrumah Memorial  Park  and  Ohene  cocoa  farm.

After lunch in a local Ghanaian restaurant, you will end your tour at the Arts Centre where you will have an opportunity to use your bargaining skills to shop at an open- air market for artifacts from Ghana and West Africa.

The Ga are descended from immigrants who came down the Niger River and across the Volta during the 17th century. The Ga-speaking peoples were organized into six independent towns (Accra, Osu, Labadi, Teshi, Nungua, and Tema). Each town had a stool, which served as the central object of Ga ritual and war magic.

learn The majority of beads in Ghana are made in by the Ashanti and Krobo people in the Krobo region. Beads still play a very prevalent role in modern Krobo culture. For example, beads are used in ceremonies of birth, coming of age, marriage, or death and are generously displayed in festivals and parades. we will how beads are make and history behind it.

Learn how to cook Ghana local and experience Cultural display by cultural group, music and interaction with local group.

Overnight  Hotel Accra. Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch.

Shopping, relaxation and packing.

Overnight  Hotel Accra.  Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner.

After breakfast, spend the remainder day at the hotel and prepare for departure. Transfer to airport for check-in.                   Meals Included: Breakfast

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