Our award-winning tours are of the highest standard, offering exceptional quality, professionally-led by our full-time local expert guides in your chosen area of interest, whilst creating the most authentic tour that is ethicall-organised to benefit locals and the environment.
By booking with Ashanti African Tours on any of the wide selection of tours that we offer, you can rest assured that your holiday will directly benefit locals and their environment. Ashanti African Tours pay their staff far above the minimum wage, pay pension contributions, provide healthcare and are establishing a company profit-share scheme to benefit all staff. In addition to this, we are leaders in ethical travel, putting the local communities and environment at the heart of what we do. Through our ethical travel initiatives, we have been able to build an eight-classroom school facility catering for Crèche, Kindergarten and Primary school students in a coastal village in the Central Region of Ghana. We are also currently in the advanced stages of building an eleven-classroom school for three remote communities in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, as they currently do not have school facilities close to them. In addition, we are sponsoring 23 community-based committee members to patrol a portion of endangered Upper Guinea Rainforest habitat, stopping illegal logging and hunting activities. We are actively involved in protecting endangered and vulnerable bird and mammal species within Ghana. Our professional and ethically-run operations employ locals, we source the vast majority of our products and services locally and we are passionate about giving our tour participants the ultimate authentic Ghana experience. Many travel companies state they are into responsible travel, however this is often greenwashing to get responsible travellers to book with them. This is not the case at Ashanti African Tours and we are happy to forward more detailed information on all of our community development and environmental conservation projects, feel free to ask.