Arrive in Accra, Ghana.
Transfer from the airport to your hotel for a welcome drink and orientation.
After breakfast, the driver will meet you in the morning at the hotel and drive down the coastline to Keta, surrounded by the ocean near the mouth of the Volta River. It is built on a sandpit separating the Atlantic Ocean from the Keta Lagoon.
Along the way, visit Sogakope and a possible excursion is to visit the village Tosukpo, where you could possibly (on request) undertake an adventurous excursion to the wetlands of the Avu Lagoon, home to the only aquatic antelope, the Sitatunga, and a variety of exotic savannah and water birds. Walk to the picturesque village of Bludo which is surrounded by water and sugar cane plantations or engage in one of the other excursions in the Avu Lagoon area, like a visit to the local gin distillation and also interact with the indigenes.
Take a lunch break in a local restaurant.
Arrive in Keta and check-in at your hotel. Visit Fort Prinzenstein, built by the Danes in 1784 during the era of trans-Atlantic slave trade and used as a prison. It actually functioned until 1980 as a prison, until it was damaged by a storm in 1980. It has most recently been partly restored and opened like a museum.
Spend the rest of the day exploring the Keta Lagoon; an internationally recognized wetlands area where many migratory birds live and the landscape is stunning (especially the months just after the rainy season). It is also possible to undertake a boat trip through the lagoon and the estuary, where you experience the mangroves and many little tropical islands and the sea.
Continue to your resort and relax or walk along-side the beach here you see the fishermen at work, pulling up their nets from the sea.
Retire to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.
After breakfast, continue your way to Amedzofe, the highest hilltop settlement in Ghana and surrounded by the lush vegetation and rolling hills of the mountains of Avatime.
Along the way, make a short stop in the Kente weaving village Kpetoe, where you can observe the process of local cloth weaving.
Also visit the Volta Regional museum in Ho. This museum was established in 1973 to preserve and exhibit cultural artefacts and other historical items that depict the people's heritage. It main focus is ethnographic history, where you get to be told about the history of the people.
Arrive in Amedzofe, check-in to your hotel, enjoy a late lunch and undertake a hike to the peak of Mount Gemi with one of the local guides.
Spend the rest of the day to enjoy the atmosphere in Amedzofe where you will see some of the historical landmarks indicating the German presence in this area including the missionary work, and the development of the Evangelical-Presbyterian Church that influenced the area.
Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.
After breakfast, enjoy another one and a half hours hike, where you find yourself through the forest to the Ote Falls. It is an adventurous trail with the possibility of taking a refreshing swim upon reaching the falls.
Continue your journey to Wli, known for the highest falls in Ghana, called the Agumatsa Falls in the Volta Region of Ghana.
Along the way, visit Liate Wote, apicturesquevillage, nestled in the heart of the Volta Region at the foot of the range of mountains that make up the Ghana/Togo border; Liati Wote is a hidden paradise, with over 300 species of butterflies in its forest, home to one of the largest butterflies count in Ghana.
The village is the ultimate place to experience rural community life. The friendly local people are always ready to welcome you and see to it that your visit was worth the trip.
There are hiking possibilities like taking a hike through coffee and cocoa fields and untouched forest to the Tagbo falls and the more adventurous 1.5 hours climb to thetopofGhana's highestmountain, Mount Afadjato, which stands at (2905 ft).
Another interesting experience is to join one of the local farmers to their farmlands.
Proceed to Wli; upon arrival, check-in at your hotel and enjoy a late lunch.
After lunch, enjoy a hike to the lower part of the Agumatsa falls. Once you reach the falls, you may decide to take a swim in the basin of the falls.
Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.
Enjoy another swim in the morning at basin of the lower falls and find your way to Akosombo.
Along the way, visit the Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary along the way, a small community with a large monkey population, which are traditionally sacred to its inhabitants and protected from poaching.
Another option is a visit to the Tafi Abuipe Kente weaving village, one of Ghana's major kente-weaving centres. Most of the weavers work outdoors, which gives the village an interesting and interactive atmosphere.
Arrive in Akosombo, check-in at your hotel and enjoy a refreshing lunch at the banks of River Volta.
After lunch, there are assorted water related activities available on request. For example, rent a canoe or go for some swimming in a nearby pool, or undertake a guided boat trip on the river. A boat excursion to one of the islands in the middle of river could be organised.
After breakfast, enjoy the morning to undertake some of the activities available. Optionally, visit the Akosombo Dam, which is used to produce hydro-electricity. The Volta Lake is cited to be one of the worlds' largest man-made water reservoirs, however, it is not able to meet Ghana's growing demand for electricity. Take a guided tour of the Dam and its surrounding landmarks.
Continue your journey to Manya Krobo district of the Eastern Region.
Along the way, visit Cedi Beads in Odumasi, where you can take part in a workshop to see the processing of traditional glass beads making from recycled glass from start to finish. There is a shop available at the premises, where you will see the exhibition and sales of the finished glass beads.
Drive to Sesemi slave village, a village Situated in the Akwapim Hills towards Aburi about an hour's drive north of Accra; enjoy lunch along the way.
Arrive in Sesemi slave village and undertake a guided tour of the village.
Visit the Frederiksgave Plantation and common heritage site, a historical exhibition and cultural centre covering a chapter in the history of Ghana's and Denmark's common past and cultural heritage. The site is now a museum as well as a bracing green spot with beautiful views of the stretched eastern lands of the Akwapim hills. Also pay a courtesy call on the Chief and elders of the villages for an add-on history of the town.
Continue your journey on a scenic trail through the rolling Akwapim green hills to the quiet town of Boti, in the Manya Krobo District of the Eastern region.
Arrive in the town, check-in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation.
Spend the entire day to enjoy and discover Boti and its surrounding villages, known as the tourism hot-bed in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Visit the Boti Falls, an amazing waterfall which is embedded at the heart of the forest reserve at Huhunya, which is found about 17km North-East of Koforidua, the regional capital. Also visit the Akaa Waterfall is located near the Akyeremateng village in the Akuapim North District about 2km away from Boti waterfalls and Asenema falls, which is one of the hidden gems in the Akuapim Hills.
Enjoy fresh water bathing, swimming at the base of the cliff and suitable spaces for a picnic or gathering.
There are also close to 250 platforms on the cliff to explore leading to a beautiful forest view.
Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation
Enjoy more of Boti and its wonderful surroundings in the morning and find your way back to Accra.
Along the way, Take a lunch break and continue your tour to visit the Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa processing Institute, where you get to learn about the propagation and processing of Cocoa.
Optionally, visit the Aburi Botanical Gardens, one of the most beautiful, peaceful and fascinating places in Ghana, where you can get a bulk insight on medicinal plants and their botanical names. Also, visit the wood carvers, where you would see local wood carvers carving wood into different symbolic forms and shapes.
Drive to Accra to end your trip. If desired, undertake some souvenir shopping before check-in and departure.
Spontaneous stops based on client's interests for photography or a quick scenic gaze during the tour is allowed.
There is a possibility of witnessing a naming ceremony, join a church service or witness a funeral ceremony while tour is in session.
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