Ghana, a nation in the West African Gulf of Guinea, is known for wildlife, ancient forts and secluded beaches, as in Busua. The coastal cities of Elmina and Cape Coast contain Posubans (indigenous sanctuaries), colonial buildings and castles-museums that serve as evidence of the slave trade. At the North of Cape Coast, the vast Kakum National Park has a rooftop on the rainforest.
Day 1: Arrival
Arrive Accra, airport transfer and check in to your hotel
Day 2: Mole National Park
-Departure for the national park-Mole National Park is Ghana's largest wildlife refuge. The park is located in northwestern Ghana on grassland savannah and riparian ecosystems at an elevation of 150 m, with a sharp escarpment that forms the southern boundary of the park.
-Visit the park, game reserve, safari, elephant and wildlife. Return to the hotel
Day3: Kakum National Park
-Departure for Kakum-Kakum is located on the south coast of Ghana. It protects an area of rainforest, home to endangered mammals such as forest elephants, Bongo antelopes and primates such as the Diana monkey. The park is rich in butterflies and birds, including African grey parrots and squid. The Canopy Walkway suspended 30 meters above the ground, offers a panoramic view of the trees of the forest.
-Forest Elephant Tour and Canopy Walkway
Day 4: Kumasi- Manhyia Palace Museum
-Departure for Kumasi
-Visit the Manhyia Museum a historical museum, Ashanti, Ashantiland and located in the palace of Manhyia. Established in 1925 as a private residence for Asantehene Agyeman Prempeh I (which came back from almost three decades of exile), the Museum currently provides a fair overview of Ashantiland's culture and Ghana's cultural heritage prior to its colonization by Great Britain
Day 5: Axim Beach
-Relaxing at the beach
Day 6 Axim- Kejetia
-Departure for Kejetia
-Kejetia Market Tour and Shopping
Day 7: Boti waterfalls
Visit Boti Waterfalls Boti waterfalls
Day 8: Departure Day