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Accra: Ghana eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

Accra: Ghana eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

Say goodbye to the hassle of physical SIMs and finding mobile network operator stores with our e-SIM service. After purchase, you'll receive a QR code that you can scan on your compatible device to install the e-SIM wherever and whenever you need it. Choose from a range of data volumes, validity periods, and coverage options in different countries to stay connected with ease. Most iPhone models beyond XS support e-SIM, and follow our instructions in the photo session to check compatibility for other devices. Share the QR code via AirDrop or scan it to another device. Install the e-SIM by connecting to WiFi or a network, and remember to turn on roaming for the e-SIM. If you have trouble connecting to the network, consult our self-troubleshooting guide. If your data is used-up? Simple, just buy another e-SIM to top-up. APN (Access Point Name): iboots Local Network:Vodafone/Airtel/MTN Covering 144 countries, with countries in Africa continent: Chad, Congo (Democratic Republic Of), Congo Republic, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar Republic, Mauritius, Nauru, Nigeria, Reunion, Senegal, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, Tanzania, Tunisia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, And these countries: Asia Pacific: Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, China, Cambodia, Fiji, Guam, India, Indonesia, Japan, Hong Kong, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Tonga, Vietnam, Western Samoa Europe: Albania, Åland Islands, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Cyprus (Northern), Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, North Ireland, Northern Cyprus, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, UK, Vatican City, Wales Middle East: Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Yemen Inner Asia: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan Americas:Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Greenland, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, United States, Virgin Islands, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Urugua.

Accra: Eastern Region Waterfalls Tour

Accra: Eastern Region Waterfalls Tour

Commence your journey from Accra by meeting your guide and driver at the designated meeting point. After a short meet-and-greet, you will set-off to start your adventure at 7:00 AM. Head to your first destination, Boti Falls, a seasonal, double-fall. Descend 250 concrete steps and watch the flow reign down, coming from two streams. During full-flow you will be surrounded by a canyon of falling water in the picturesque forest of Huhunya. Whilst at Boti Falls, enjoy the added sites of Umbrella Rock and the Three-Headed Palm Tree. Find out why this is the most visited falls in the Eastern Region. Head to your next stop, the Asenema Waterfall. Be amazed by the driver en route that is notorious for its lush scenery, with beautiful views across the rolling hills that are typical of the region. Continue on to Adom Waterfall, a beautiful waterfall which runs on stratified rocks into a picturesque, clear pool. Be amazed as you watch the water flow through an amazing forest.

From Accra: Cape Coast Slave Dungeons Day Trip with Lunch

From Accra: Cape Coast Slave Dungeons Day Trip with Lunch

Visit Cape Coast, the capital of the Central Region in Southern Ghana and known for its role in the transatlantic slave trade. Begin with a visit to the Kakum National Park, home to endangered mammals. The park is rich in butterflies and birds, and also has a suspended canopy walkway 30 meters above the ground. Take a transfer in an air-conditioned 4x4 cross country. Stay refreshed en route with water and snacks and chat to your experienced, friendly, and helpful guide. Visit Elmina Castle, which was erected by the Portuguese in 1482. It was the first trading post built on the Gulf of Guinea and is the oldest European building in existence south of the Sahara. Then, depart for Cape Castle. Cape Coast Castle is one of about forty "slaves castles," or large commercial forts, built on the Gold Coast of West Africa by European traders. It was originally a Portuguese feitoria or trading post, established in 1555. At the end of your tour, return to Accra.

Accra: Guided City Tour with Lunch

Accra: Guided City Tour with Lunch

Join a guided city tour of Accra, the capital of Ghana. See the best of the city, with entrance to the National Museum, as well as delicious lunch in a local restaurant. After meeting your guide, make your way to the first stop Black Star Square, where you will learn about Ghana's independence movement. Depart for Kwame Nkrumah’s Memorial Park located in downtown Accra. This site is dedicated to Ghana’s first President built in 1992. The Park consist of a mausoleum which is the final resting place of Ghana’s first president and Africanist. The mausoleum is surrounded by water which is a symbol of life. In the Garden of the Park are trees planted by different world leaders. Visitors gets to enjoy the beautiful views of the garden. Embark on a drive by through the Makola Market. The Market in was established in the late 19th century, a historic hub of trade and commerce. As you pass by, catch glimpses of traders skillfully bartering, their animated exchanges a testament to the market’s rich trading heritage. The dynamic trading spirit that has thrived in Makola for generations. Explore Makola Market, one of the largest open street markets in West Africa. Take in the lively atmosphere as locals barter for a wide range of food and products. Continue with a visit to the National Museum, which is the largest and oldest museum in Ghana. See a variety of archeological discoveries from ancient times, paintings of Ghana, and exhibits that illustrate Ghana's cultural history. Next, drive through the Heritage Road which was the site of the first major uprisings against British colonialism. Visit the W.E.B DuBois Centre and learn about the father of Pan-Africanism. See various artifacts related to his life and learn more about the Pan-African movement. Finally head to the Gold Coast Restaurant, the ultimate venue to eat, drink, and party depending on which time of the day.

Cape Coast History and Adventure Day Trip with Lunch.

Cape Coast History and Adventure Day Trip with Lunch.

Visit Cape Coast, the capital of the Central Region, Ghana and also known for its role in the transatlantic slave trade. From where your pickup is, you will begin with a visit to the Kakum National Park, a stunning natural beauty. This park, located in Ghana's Central Region, is well-known for its lush rainforest and stunning canopy walkway. As you go through the park, you will be surrounded by a diverse array of plant, animal, and bird species. The canopy walkway, a suspended bridge system that provides a thrilling treetop experience, was the highlight of our visit. You'll be rewarded to breathtaking views over the forest canopy, giving you a unique perspective on the park's flora and fauna. Bring your camera to record the stunning scenes! Take a transfer in an air-conditioned 4x4 cross country. Stay refreshed en route with water and snacks. Your next stop is Cape Coast Castle, a sobering reminder of Ghana's past. This United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage Site had an important part in the transatlantic slave trade, functioning as a transit point for enslaved Africans to the Americas. As you tour the castle's apartments, dungeons, and courtyards, you'll have a better appreciation of the terrifying events that those who went through its gates endured. The educated tour guides will share their stories and observations with you, allowing you to reflect on this tragic period in history. Despite the gloomy mood, the Ghanaian people's perseverance shines through, making this trip both instructive and emotionally impactful. Your final destination is at Assin Manso Slave River, a site of introspection and remembering. This Central Region site was originally a slave market and a resting area for enslaved Africans on their long journey to the coast. It now serves as a memorial spot to those who suffered and died as a result of the slave trade. You'll feel a sense of calm and reverence as you stand by the stream. The peaceful settings allow for calm reflection and paying honor to the ancestors' tenacity and courage. Throughout this journey, you will not only see the natural marvels and historical significance of these attractions, but you will also engage with the local culture, mingle with friendly residents, and experience the delicacies of traditional Ghanaian cuisine. Our professional team is here to assure your comfort and enjoyment during the voyage, answering any questions you may have along the route. Prepare for an unforgettable experience as you visit Kakum National Park, Cape Coast Castle, and the Assin Manso Slave River. Let us make lasting memories as you explore the complex fabric of Ghana's history and natural beauty. At the end of your tour, return to Accra.

Full-Day Accra City Tour

Full-Day Accra City Tour

Immerse yourself in the life of Ghana's capital on an educational tour of the National Museum, which has an exhibition on some ancient relics reflecting the pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial eras of Ghana as well as other parts of Africa. Continue to the WEB Dubois Centre for Pan-African Culture. You will also visit the memorial site of Ghana’s first president and the African of the 20th century, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Other historic and interesting sites of the city such as the colourful and buzzing Makola Market which is the largest open market in Accra, Jamestown which is the origin of the city, Black Star Square which is the icon of Ghana, Arts Centre for shopping among others will be explored on this tour. You will be dropped of at the hotel to end this most exciting tour.

Epic Ghanaian Food Tasting Tour

Epic Ghanaian Food Tasting Tour

Begin an intriguing cookery adventure in Ghana, and experience diverse locally prepared dishes that awaits your appetite, guided by your own choice to discover the importance of the culture of Ghana through food tasting. In between eating and tasting all the delicious and tasty foods we will visit local markets and taste traditional foods on this half-day tour of Accra's markets and cuisine. The tour guide will explain into details how the foods are cooked, ingredients used in cooking and how it is best served. You will have the feel; as an indigene finding his or her way around to quench his or her hunger by freely walking or going with a car to best street foods in Ghana. The tour ends at the international art centre where you will be taught Ghanaian cultural drumming and some fresh coconuts to grace the occasion.

Experience Boti Twin Waterfalls, Umbrella Rock, 3H-Palm Tree

Experience Boti Twin Waterfalls, Umbrella Rock, 3H-Palm Tree

Explore Ghana's beauty. Experience major waterfalls in the Eastern part of Ghana including Asenema fall and Boti falls (also known as the twin waterfalls). Journey will begin from Accra as it is the pick-up and drop off location to the listed destinations with departure time to be 7:30am. After you have been located and picked up, the first destination to visit is the Aburi Botanical Garden which has got a lot plant species. Next stop for another experience will be the Asenema Waterfall. Asenema waterfall feeds a lively little stream nearby. The falls usually has a very good flow in the rainy season. The drive to get to the falls is wonderfully scenic, with beautiful views across the rolling hills that are so typical of the region. Our final destination for exploration will be at Boti Waterfall. Boti is a seasonal falls is a double side-by-side falls during the high flow and at the bottom of 250 concrete steps. During full flow you are surrounded in a canyon of falling water. It can be found in the forest of Huhunya. The larger one is mythically believed to be the male and the smaller one the female. According to the local folks, when the two merge, a rainbow is formed. It is usually said that these rivers are mating when this happens. A visit to Boti is actually a three-in-one pack: the umbrella rock, the three-headed palm tree and, of course, the falls themselves. It is the most visited falls in the Eastern Region.

Accra - Guided City Tour

Accra - Guided City Tour

Join a guided city tour of Accra with its fascinating tourist centers and places to visit. it is the greatest starting point for discovering the country's tourism. It has a variety of history, nature and cultural attractions; visiting the craft market, art gallery, museums and some UNESCO World Heritage monuments. Visit the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum. The mausoleum houses the mortal remains of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah; Ghana's first President and Prime Minister and his wife Fathia Nkrumah. Explore the Makola Market at Kojo Thompson Road. It is bustling busy market with a lot to learn from with traders and vendors of all kinds. Visit the Independence Square where tourist(s) will learn the history about Ghana's struggle for independence. Proceed to W.E.B. DuBois Center and learn about the history of Dr. WEB De Bois. It is a Centre for Pan-African Culture, a memorial place, a research facility and tourist attraction in the Cantonments area of Accra. Explore James Town Lighthouse and learn about the history of the British first settlement in Accra, Ghana ; (Then Gold Coast) Visit the Accra International Art Centre. An outstanding market place to get souvenirs / gifts and also learn drumming lessons while supporting local artists. End tour at your hotel or airport

Visit Aburi Garden, Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa Farm & Waterfall

Visit Aburi Garden, Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa Farm & Waterfall

A pickup from your accommodation in Accra to start your day early to make the most of the tour. Arrive at Aburi Gardens, located in the Aburi Hills, approximately 30 minutes from Accra. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the lush botanical gardens, known for their beautiful collection of tropical plants, vibrant flowers, and peaceful ambiance. Take in the panoramic views of the surrounding hills and the city of Accra from the vantage points within the gardens. Leave Aburi Gardens and drive to Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa Farm, which is around 15 minutes away. Learn about the history of cocoa cultivation in Ghana and the important role Tetteh Quarshie played in introducing cocoa to the country. Explore the farm and witness the cocoa cultivation process, from the planting of cocoa trees to the harvesting and drying of cocoa beans. Get a chance to taste some fresh cocoa products, such as cocoa powder or chocolate. Depart from the cocoa farm and drive to Asenema falls. Arrive at Asenema Falls, another stunning waterfall nestled in the tropical rainforest. Explore the surroundings, walk along the trails, and witness the cascading waters of the falls. Take some time to relax and appreciate the natural beauty of the area. Depart from Asenema Falls and begin your journey back to Accra. Arrive in Accra around 7:00 PM, depending on traffic conditions. End the tour with fond memories of the day's experiences.

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