Do take your time to explore the beautiful country as a tourist, too. There is something for everyone in Ghana spanning from the wildlife (everything from elephants to butterflies) while the scenery is breath-taking in its variety from tropical forests to majestic waterfalls to perfect beaches, to history and culture where the past is linked to the present in all kinds of fascinating ways by the institution of chieftaincy with its rich regalia. The Atlantic coast of Ghana is dotted with centuries-old forts and monuments that bear testimony to Africa’s trading links with Europe and its key role in the transatlantic slave trade.
A range of social tours will be offered for participating delegates and accompanying persons:








18 May


Shai Hills Game Reserve

100 USD


19 May


Aburi Botanical Gardens & Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa Farm

105 USD

20 May


Accra City Tour including Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and Mausoleum

50 USD

21 May


James Town Walking Tour & Boxing Arena

50 USD


22 May


Sip and Paint

50 USD


24 May


Central Region: Kakum National Park and Cape Coast Castle

120 USD

Package Inclusions: Air-conditioned transportation & dedicated driver, professional tour guide and entrance fees.


Date: 18 May 2024
Time: 8.30-17.00
Fee: 100 USD
Minimum Number of Attendees: 20
Maximum Number of Attendees: 80

Morning departure from Accra to the Shai Game Reserve, home to several animals such as antelopes, monkeys and baboons. An expanse of savannah grassland and woodland.

Shai Hills Resource Reserve was established in 1962 with area of 47 square kilometres which was later extended to 51 square kilometres in 1973. 

The Shai Hills Resource Reserve is covered with grassland and low dry forest vegetation. There are nearly 400 plant species spread on the 5 separate hills at the Shai Hills Resource Reserve and dozens of primary animal species including antelopes, bats, birds (such as violet Turaco, Paradise Flycatcher, Green Turaco Red-billed Hornbill, Yellow-fronted Tinkerbird, and Red-necked Buzzard), baboons, cats, duiker, guinea fowls, kobs, green monkeys, monitor lizards, zebras.


Date: 19 May 2024
Time: 9.00-15.00
Fee: 105 USD
Minimum Number of Attendees: 15
Maximum Number of Attendees: 80

Ecological Treasures: A tour of the botanical treasures of the east offering some green peace, tonic climate and serenity away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Tour Itinerary:
Depart Accra for the Eastern Region to visit the over a century old botanical garden in Aburi. Take a guided tour of the gardens 10 specialty lawns- spice lawn, fruit, exotic ornamentals.

The high altitude makes Aburi noticeably cooler than neighbouring Accra. Enjoy the view on the way up, as climbing the hillsides of Aburi, offering a picturesque view of Greater Accra.

Aburi Gardens officially opened in 1890, the now century-old garden was originally established as a sanatorium for Gold Coast government officials.

The garden has had many roles over the years, including plant introduction, teaching methods of modern agriculture.

Today, the garden plays an important role as one of the world's 1,800 botanical gardens, and is leading the fight to save plant diversity through, research, conservation of medicinal plants, plant multiplication, and environmental education.


Date: 20 May 2024
Time: 14.00-17.30
Fee: 50 USD
Minimum Number of Attendees: 15
Maximum Number of Attendees: 80

Tour of the over a century old city of Accra, Ghana's vibrant political, administrative and commercial capital. 

Drive along the historic 28th February Cross Roads housing the Independence Arch, Square and Circle and its monument commemorating Ghana's independence on 6th March 1957.

Just next door is the Centre for National Culture Accra, with its profusions of arts and crafts curio shops, the traditional textile market where you can get good buys on the colourful hand woven Traditional "Kente" cloth; the hand-stamped "adinkra" cloth, other momentous and indigenous craft items and souvenirs of Ghana.

Drive through the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and Mausoleum - the 3rd and final resting place of our illustrious first president and well-known Pan-Africanist.


Date: 21 May 2024
Time: 14.00-16.30
Fee: 50 USD
Minimum Number of Attendees: 12
Maximum Number of Attendees: 80

Enjoy modern-day Jamestown as we will walk you through the Jamestown communities and show you around the ancient Port city. An experienced hand, very knowledgeable in the ROOTS and HISTORY of the Ga people of Jamestown will not only show you the community landmarks but will hand down knowledge of their rich culture. Landmarks like the traditional Chiefs’ residence, the kenkey factory and more. 

  • Did you know the main staple of the local people is kenkey? 
  • Ever had a feel of their Boxing Arenas? 

This space houses the LIVE WIRE of sports so come with us to the Boxing Rings and learn about Ghana Boxing Legends. You may try on boxing gloves, padded helmets and pose for a cool photo.


Date: 22 May 2024
Time: 14.00-17.15
Fee: 50 USD
Minimum Number of Attendees: 10
Maximum Number of Attendees: 80

Allow us take you through the basic lessons of painting at Jamestown with a professional artist. You can be trained on the brush at an art studio to become an ‘artist’ within two (2) hours.

Try your hands painting on your own canvas while enjoying some wine. It’s your choice of wine - either local or foreign.


Date: 24 May 2024
Time: 6.30-18.30
Fee: 120 USD
Minimum Number of Attendees: 20
Maximum Number of Attendees: 80

Tour of UNESCO’s World Heritage Monuments of the Central Region and the award winning Kakum Canopy Walkway.

Depart Accra for a three hour journey to Cape Coast, capital of the Central Region continue to the Kakum National Park & Rain forest for a remarkable encounter with nature.During the hike you will learn how some roots, tree barks, leaves, fruits can cure various diseases. The canopy walkway gives you the opportunity to see life above a tropical rain forest.

Visit the exhibition center for an idea of the scope and versatility of the park.

Take a walk on the canopy walkway -a series of rope bridges suspended along tree tops, 30 – 40 metres above the ground! Enjoy the thrilling experience of a walk on the high places of the earth.

Continue to Cape Coast Castle.
Arrive at the castle - tour the castle, built in 1482, the first European edifice south of the Sahara housing the first catholic church in Ghana.