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Accra

GHANA

March 18 - 24, 2020

Registration Opens  October 23, 2019 

8 am EST

Accra

The Jewel of Ghana

Accra, the jewel of Ghana’s coastline, a country that was the backdrop for the birth of African independence in 1957. As the capital, it has a visual vibrancy that is unrivaled and permeates both formal and informal settings. Ghanaian's pride themselves on their hospitality – don’t stand anywhere too long or you will be offered a seat. Home to over 2 million people with 45% of the population being comprised of other African nationals, culture is one thing this city doesn’t lack. A wonderful place to be immersed in culture and experience amazing history.

What will Happen

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Package Price

  • Package - $2300

    • Rooms are Double occupancy

 

Note: If you would like separate accommodations please email us for additional details.

A $400.00 deposit is required to secure your spot. Payment plans options will be available during registration. Additional details to follow.

Not Included
  • Plane Ticket (Budget approx. $600 - $1200)

  • Trip insurance mandatory (budget approx. $70)

  • Meals not mentioned (Budget approx. $150)

  • Alcohol 

  • Misc expenses (tips, taxis, etc.)

  • Optional Activities

What's Included
  • Boutique Hotel & Resort (4 star rated)

  •  5 nights in Accra, 1 night on the Cape Coast

  • Airport Transport (Arrival at ACC)

  • Welcome Gift

  • African Ancestry DNA kit

  • Transportation to activities listed in itinerary 

  • 7 Breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners

  • Guided tour of Cape Coast

  • Tour of traditional village

  • Batik workshop

  • Traditional group meals

  • Professional Photographer/Videographer

  • 2 On-site coordinators

  • & much more

Package

Things to Know

  • Ghana is a Christian and Muslim country and specific cultural customs will need to be observed. You can still have lots of fun, but modesty in dress at traditional sites is appreciated.

  • There are over 80 languages spoken in Ghana, but English is the official language of the country. The English spoken by locals is not as fluent as native English speakers. Therefore, you may hear a indigenous blind of English referred to as Pidgin English.

  • This trip requires a moderate level of activity. We will be hiking, walking and standing for long periods of time. 

  • This trip includes a stay in two different cities (Accra + Cape Coast) but all transportation is pre-arranged

  • Being that Accra’s climate is hot, you should bring light clothes of natural fibers, and sun protection.

  • Accra is the second largest city in this great coastal nation.

  • Our groups are from diverse backgrounds, represent many industries, and are from all over the U.S. and Europe.

  • You do not need to know anyone, but if you bring friends along, expect to leave the trip with a few new friends.

  • You will definitely find yourself yearning to visit parts of West Africa again.