Culture & history
Good for groups
Nature & adventure
West Africa has a rich and diversified cultural past that has been affected by ancient civilizations, trade networks, colonization, and the blending of many ethnic groups and traditions.
Lagos City Tour
Benin City Slave Route Tour
Traditional Village Ganvie
Cape coast Castle
Kakum National Park, Accra City Tour
Lagos City Tour:
A tour of Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city and commercial centre, is an opportunity to experience the vibrant culture and history of the region. Highlights of a Lagos city tour include visits to historic landmarks such as the National Museum, the Freedom Park, and the Lagos Island. Visitors can also explore the bustling markets, such as the Balogun Market and the Jankara Market, to experience the energy and Explore West Africa
Benin City, the capital of Edo State in Nigeria, is known for its rich cultural heritage and history. A tour of Benin City includes visits to landmarks such as the Oba’s Palace, the National Museum, and the Benin Moat. Visitors can also experience traditional ceremonies and cultural festivals, such as the Igue Festival, which celebrates the coronation of the Oba of Benin.
Slave Route Tour:
A slave route tour is an opportunity to learn about the history of the transatlantic slave trade and its impact on the West African region. The tour includes visits to historic landmarks such as the Elmina Castle and the Cape Coast Castle in Ghana, which were used as slave-holding facilities during the 16th and 17th centuries.
A visit to a traditional village is an opportunity to experience the customs and traditions of the West African people. Visitors can observe daily life and participate in cultural activities such as drumming, dancing, and storytelling. The village may also offer handmade crafts and traditional foods for sale.
Ganvie is a village located on a lagoon in Benin, known for its unique architecture and way of life. The village is built on stilts, with houses and shops connected by wooden walkways. Visitors can take a boat tour of the village, observe daily life, and learn about the history and culture of the Ganvie people.
Cape Coast Castle:
The Cape Coast Castle is a historic landmark in Ghana that was used as a slave-holding facility during the transatlantic slave trade. A tour of the castle includes a visit to the dungeons where slaves were held before being transported to the Americas, as well as the museum which displays artefacts and provides information about the history of the castle and the slave trade.
Kakum National Park:
Kakum National Park is a nature reserve in Ghana known for its tropical rainforest and diverse wildlife. Visitors explore the park on a guided tour, walk on the Canopy Walkway, which is suspended over the forest canopy, and observe animals such as elephants, monkeys, and birds.
Accra City Tour:
Accra, the capital city of Ghana, known for its vibrant culture and history. A tour of Accra includes visits to landmarks such as Independence Square, the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, and the Osu Castle. Visitors can also explore the vibrant markets and neighborhoods, such as the Arts Center and Jamestown, to experience the energy and diversity of the city.
Arrival and departure support and guidance
Transfers between the airport and hotel for both arrival and departure
Lodging at the specified hotels
Private vehicle transportation
Proficient tour guides
Entrance fees to various attractions
Included meals are breakfasts and water
Overnight in a 5-star Hotel - Breakfast and Dinner
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