Known as the gateway to Africa, Ghana’s rich and colourful cultural identity still lives on and plays a vital role in everyday life for its people.
The first sub-Saharan African country to gain independence from colonial rule in 1957, Ghana’s ethnic diversity, safety and friendly locals make it a must-visit for any traveller wanting to experience West African culture. Traditional festivals and durbars are commonplace and have not changed in centuries. Add to this the ancient connection with arts and crafts such as Kente, Adinkra, pottery and brass works and not forgetting a rich musical history, the inquisitive traveller will not be disappointed. The stark contrast between the northern and southern cultures is diverse and compelling. Choosing one of our tours and immersing yourself in Ghana’s diverse culture and traditions is an experience that will live with you forever.
Our small group all-inclusive scheduled Ghana cultural tours operate year-round; alternatively we can design bespoke tours for individuals, couples, families, small or large groups, just contact us.