1. 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.