Ghana Local Travel Experts

Meet your Ghana Travel Agents

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‘‘You never stayed at one place even when you were told to’’, my mum will say. Even as a child I knew that moving from one place to another was something I enjoyed. Having been raised in the Northern part of Ghana, schooling in the South played a role in my becoming a traveler and has significantly increased my love for travelling. I also had the opportunity to do an internship and a year-long National Service with the Ghana Tourism Authority to increase my knowledge.

Visiting communities and getting to know the locals is a main pillar in my trip planning and I can't wait to show you Ghana, Togo or Benin!

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Who is your local expert?

Think of your Ghana Travel Agent as a friend who lives and works in the country you want to visit.

They know the place inside out - saving you hours of research - and can plan and book a trip that’s 100% tailored to your wishes, and supports local businesses too.

They have excellent relationships with transport companies, hotels, and activity providers - ready to score the best deal for you!

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Unforgettable - and completely customisable - Ghana itineraries

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6 days / 1750 USD

Safari & Nature in Ghana

Starting in Accra, we'll venture to the Northern Region for a thrilling three-day Safari at Mole National Park, featuring Drive Safari, Walk Safari, and Canoe Safari. Our exploration then leads us to the Central Region, where you'll hike the breathtaking 30-meter-high canopy walkway at Kakum.

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8 days / 2050 USD

Trails of the Transatlantic Slave Trade

Discover Ghana's compelling history on this adventure from the capital, Accra, through the coastal regions, and back. Explore notorious slave castles that once held captives during the Transatlantic Slave Trade, gaining insights into their plight and connections to this dark chapter of history.

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7 days / 1720 USD

Coastal Ghana

This well-paced adventure allows you to immerse in the nation's diverse wildlife, national parks, rich culture, history, and stunning coastal beauty, creating an unforgettable experience in the heart of Ghana.

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