Ghana - Kingdoms of Gold

Ghana - Kingdoms of Gold

Style: TravellerCultural discovery away from the crowds
Duration: 12 days
Type: GroupTravel with a small group of other travellers

Dates and Prices

GKG/18-0412 Dec 2018$2,901 USD  
GKG/19-016 Mar 2019$2,901 USDAvailablebook now »
GKG/19-0217 Apr 2019$3,031 USDAvailablebook now »
GKG/19-0310 Jul 2019$2,901 USDAvailablebook now »
GKG/19-0413 Nov 2019$2,901 USDAvailablebook now »

Note - 17th April 2019 Tour

On April 21st, the Ashanti people will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Reign of their King with a big Akwasidae festival, which our 17th April departure will visit.

This particular festival will be quite unique as it will also incorporate for the first time in many years the ODWIRA FESTIVAL, meaning the cleansing and purification of the souls by several religious rituals.

Single Supplement

Single supplement from £390. To view in other currencies select a departure date and click on book now.

Airport Transfers

We include airport transfers in the price of your tour if you are arriving on the first day and leaving on the last day of the advertised itinerary. These will be provided by our local representative or on occasions by the hotel used for the first and last nights of the tour. When the transfer is provided by the hotel this will often be via a shared shuttle bus operated by the hotel. If you are planning to arrive before the start date, and/or leave after the end date of the tour, Undiscovered Destinations can arrange private transfers at an additional cost. Please check with us at the time of booking.

Please note that if you have arranged extra pre and/or post tour accommodation, either through Undiscovered Destinations or directly with the hotel or an agent, airport transfers are not included in the price of your tour. Please contact us if you would like Undiscovered Destinations to arrange private airport transfers at an additional cost.  


Flights from London to Accra start from £450. Please contact us for details.


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