Community eco-tourism and safari tour, urban and rural excursions, to enjoy the rural landscape at the northern part of Ghana.
Discover Ghana visiting 5 regions: Greater Accra, Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, Northern and Upper West. Through a group travelling, you share experiences with the rural community people and also learn about their culture.
EUROPE / BARCELONA – ACCRA
Wari Nest Ghana solidarity tours 2018: flight ticket information will be published soon because our ticket agency partner is working out to confirm a better price for our participant.
Wari Nest Ghana also accepts individual ticket provided if meets our date arriving.
Is the second largest city in Ghana.
Places to visit: Visiting the Kumasi zoo, Lake Bosomtwe, the central market and the cultural center.
TECHIMAN / KINTAMPO
Places to visit: Visiting the Techiman market (the central market of Ghana), then move to Kintampo waterfalls to take a swim and see its wonderful landscape around.
Places to visit: Visiting Sawla and its neigbourhood communities, to see or practice some of the traditional activities, drumming and dancing with people.
A traditional historical center for the Nyi Bia people (Gonja people); formerly the city was built with red stone. Although it has few inhabitants today, but it is still recognized as the traditional centre for the people Gonjas.
Nyaηε and its surrounding villages are very amazing, it’s vegetational landscape are so attractive and it is one of the communities where you can still find the ancient old houses built with mud and cow shits. The houses were without main door entrance and the people enter their houses from the roof.
Places to visit: Visiting what is known as Nyaηε, the ancient traditional things; like houses without door entrance, excursion between the rural communities around. The landscape and it vegetation around it is wonderful, especially the trees will give you an inspiration and connect your spirit to the nature.
A community where there is crocodile pond and these crocodiles are preserved and protected by the community because crocodile is part of their tradition.
An historical center for the Nyi Bia people (Gonja people), is culturally rich with traditional annual events, with the typical traditional wears.
Places to visit: Visiting Kong, the landscape, the Holy fountain water from the rock and the Holy Alta, if you clean yourself from the Holy fountain you will be protected from all kinds of strange diseases.
It is one of the smallest communities left in Ghana where hippopotamus are still preserved and protected by the community.
Places to visit: Visiting the community and the river safari to see the hippopotamus.
It is a historical village inhabited by indigenous called Mmara people.
Places to visit: Visiting the ancient mosque as the oldest surviving building in Ghana and the mystic and magic wonderful stone.
MOLE NATIONAL PARK
It is the largest natural park reserve for wild animals in Ghana as well as West Africa.
The national park has about 4,840 km2; there are 93 species of mammals, which include elephants, buffalos, lions, leopard, cobs, hartebeest, bushbucks, baboons, hyenas, etc. over 344 species of birds and 33 species of reptiles, including the Nile crocodile, the biggest crocodile species in the world.
Places to visit: the wonderful national park, by car or on foot to safari to see the non-dangerous wild animals.
Is the capital city of the Republic of Ghana.
Places to visit: Visiting Accra James town, Kwame Nkrumah Museum, the Arts center and Labadi beach.
- Transportation between the program
- Services of the guide of the program
- Museum, zoo, beach and park tickets
Price do not include
- Flight tickets
- Other costs not offered in this program