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Spend a weekend away in two Ghana’s most historic towns. We will visit the Assin Manso Slave Market well known world wide for its infamous slave river where the slaves had their last bath. Some highlights of this trip will be the visit to the Kakum rain forest and also we will have some cultural immersion as we get into our African grove with drumming and dancing sessions.

An aerial view of the Cape Coast Castle



  • Assin Manso Slave Market
  • Cape Coast Castle
  • Kakum Rain Forest & Canopy Walk
  • Elmina Castle
  • Elmina Walking Tour
  • Drumming & Dancing Workshop
  • Dugout Canoe Mangrove Tour
  • Nightlife.


Day 1


We will depart from our agreed pick up location and head to the Central region of Ghana. Our first stop will be at Cape Coast where we visit the Cape Coast castle. From here we will drive to the Kakum rain forest and canopy walk where we visit one of the only few canopy walkways in existence in the world. We will drive to Elmina where we check in our accommodation and stay the night.

Day 2


We will wake up on the coast of the ancient community of Elmina. We will have breakfast and spend the entire day exploring and learning about the history and the way of life of the inhabitant. We will visit the Elmina Castle, the oldest European building in existence below the Sahara, the fort Jago, and the salt mining village. After lunch, we will go on a walking tour through the town pass the ancient historical buildings and some stone-aged houses, and 17th Century Dutch Cemetery. Later in the day we will go for a mangrove canoe tour and engage in an African drumming and dancing workshop. In the evening we will go out for a nightlife concert in the vibrant town of Cape Coast.

Day 3


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  • Breakfast
  • Entrance to all destinations
  • Personal Guide
  • Transportation

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