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Nature, art and village life


from £1,250 pp

(ex international flights)


12 days

If you like slow travel and are happy with basic to moderate comfort, then this is a perfect itinerary for you. It offers the perfect contrast with hectic Western life-styles and, in our opinion, is the best way to experience Africa. In a little quiet village like Atsiekpoe, something interesting is happening every moment and with this trip, you have time to be part of it. Other highlights include walks that let you breathe in the surrounding nature, craftsmen you will meet and the items you will make yourself such batik and beads.

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Accra, Amrahia

Day 1 - Accra, Amrahia

  • Transfer from Kotoka International Airport to your hotel in the outskirts of Accra
  • At leisure in Accra

Day 2 - Amrahia

  • Visit to the historical town Dodowa
  • Visit a traditional glass beads workshop

Day 3 - Atsiekpoe

  • Transfer from Accra to Atsiekpoe
  • En-route visit to the Ewe village of Atsiekpoe

Day 4 - Atsiekpoe

  • A full day Village Life Experience in Atsiekpoe
Ho, Amedzofe

Day 5 - Ho, Amedzofe

  • Transfer from Atsiekpoe to Amedzofe
  • Visit Kpetoe, the Kente Weaving Village
  • Hike from Biakpa to Mount Gemi and Amedzofe
Amedzofe, Liate Wote

Day 6 - Amedzofe, Liate Wote

  • Descend by foot from Amedzofe to Fume
  • Transfer from Amedzofe to Liate Wote
  • Leisure time at Liate Wote
Liate Wote

Day 7 - Liate Wote

  • Spend the day in Liate Wote
Mona monkey at Boabeng Fiema monkey sanctuary
In the village of Boabeng in central Ghana, monkeys are part of the community. They are everywhere, jumping, climbing and foraging for food. The local villagers believe that the monkeys are sacred, not to be harmed  and should be respected. In fact plenty of food is made available for the monkeys on a daily basis. This stems from the traditionally held belief that the Mona monkeys and Colobus monkeys that populate the area are actually the offspring of the fetish Daworo. When the fetish Daworo visited Boabeng he was constantly surrounded by monkeys who followed him wherever he went. An oracle was consulted and stated that the monkeys of Boabeng are the children of the fetish. As time moves on, it occurred to some of the citizens of Boabeng that as the monkeys enjoyed protection, the sanctuary should be formalised. So the monkey sanctuary came about. To this day, should a monkey die it is given a sincere burial in the monkey graveyard.

Day 8 - Tafi Atome, Akosombo, Atimpoku

  • Transfer from Liate Wote to Atimpoku
  • Visit the Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary
  • Visit Akosombo Dam
  • Leisure time at the Volta riverbank
Cape Coast, Elmina

Day 9 - Cape Coast, Elmina

  • Transfer from Atimpoku to Cape Coast and Elmina
  • A guided tour of Cape Coast Castle and Museum
  • Leisure time at the beach
Elmina, Cape Coast

Day 10 - Elmina, Cape Coast

  • Visit Elmina town (optional)
  • Make your own batik cloth
Kakum National Park, Elmina

Day 11 - Kakum National Park, Elmina

  • Visit Kakum National Park

Day 12 - Elmina

  • Leisure time at the beach
  • Transfer from Cape Coast and Elmina to Kotoka International Airport