This tour takes you all around Volta Lake and introduces you to the most interesting natural and historical highlights in the country. Days are filled with a wide variety of activities but offer enough leisure time to take stock of all these impressions.
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- Transfer from Kotoka International Airport to your hotel in the greener outskirts of Accra
- At leisure in Accra before your tour around Lake Volta.
- Visit the highlights of Accra
- Visit the Ga Coffin Gallery
- Transfer from Accra to Atimpoku
- Visit a traditional glass bead industry
- Visit Akosombo Dam
- Leisure time at the Volta riverbank
- Transfer from Atimpoku to Wli
- Visit Amedzofe, the highest hilltop settlement
- Leisure time in Wli
- Hike to the Agumatsa Falls
- Leisure time in Wli
- Transfer from Wli to Tamale
- Visit Tamale Township
- Leisure time at your hotel in Tamale
- Visit a traditional Dagomba Village
- Transfer from Tamale to Mole National Park
- Afternoon safari at Mole National Park
- Morning safari at Mole National Park
- Visit the Gonja Village Magnoori
- Leisure time at Mole National Park
- Transfer from Mole National Park to Kumasi
- Visit the Kejetia Market and the Cultural Centre in Kumasi
- Visit Menhya Palace Museum in Kumasi
- Visit the craft villages around Kumasi
- Transfer from Kumasi to Lake Bosomtwe
- Full day at Lake Bosomtwe
- Transfer from Lake Bosomtwe to Cape Coast and Elmina (with stops en route)
- Visit Elmina township
- Transfer from Elmina to Axim
- Leisure time at the beach in Axim
- A flexible day around Axim
- Transfer from Axim to Cape Coast
- Visit Cape Coast Castle and Museum
- Transfer from Cape Coast and Elmina to Kotoka International Airport
Temperatures in Ghana are hot and stable year-round, with average daily highs of around 28°C and lows of 21°C. The wettest periods are from April to June and September to November, which can hamper some travel plans, but this depends where you wish to go. Tourism peaks in the south of Ghana in the dry and slightly cooler months of July and August. Visitors in December, January, February and March can expect to find comparatively dry (if humid) weather and less crowds.
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