Worlanyo Tours Ghana - Reach Your Travel Dream

Explore the wonders of Ghana, Togo and Benin in 26 days

Starting from$7450 /per person
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Meet people, discover lifestyle and places on this tour which takes you through 3 West African countries, Ghana, Togo and Benin; these countries share common cultural and traditional values to a large extent. West Africa has a rich and bottomless culture. Immerse yourself in the historical and cultural perspective of all that is truly African from traditional festivals, mask dance performances, voodoo rituals and mask dance.

Day 1: Arrival in Accra - Ghana

Arrive at the Kotoka International Airport, where our driver will meet and transfer you to your hotel for a welcome drink, trip briefing, acclimatization and relaxation.


After breakfast, undertake a sightseeing city tour of Accra. Visit some of the highlights in Accra like the Osu Chief's Palace for an insight on the history of the Ga people. Visit a Ga coffin workshop in Nungua, where you can observe the coffins which are designed to represent an aspect of the dead person’s life. Visit the old colonial neighborhoods of James Town and Usher Town, an interesting area to explore on foot. Also, visit the old fishing harbor, climb to the Usher Lighthouse, stroll through the fishing communities and optionally wander around the Mokola Market. Continue your way to the Independence Square and the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Mausoleum, the final resting place of the first president of Ghana. Visit the Artist Alliance Gallery and the Art Centre, where traditional arts craftworks among wooden sculptures and paintings, and Ghanaian fabrics are displayed. Take a break for a refreshing lunch at a local restaurant. Resume your tour to pay a visit to the W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Centre. The Museum is dedicated to Mr. Du Bois, a prominent American pan-African of the 20th century. During weekdays, you can visit the workshop of Trashy Bags, where they make different types of accessories out of plastic trash. Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 3: Accra - Cape Coast and Elmina

After breakfast, depart for a drive through the historic Denkyira Kingdom to the Cape Coast Castle. Built by the Swedes in 1653 and later taken over by the British, this castle also houses the West African Historical Museum. Experience the history of the slave trade, the impact of which is felt in Africa and beyond to date. Take a break and enjoy a pleasurable early lunch. Visit the Kakum National Park, one of the West Africa's surviving tropical rain forests. Undertake a 2-kilometer nature walk through the forest to discover the wide variety of exotic floral species and the medicinal values they offer or take a canopy walkway which hangs 100 feet above the forest floor or an over view of the rain forest while enjoying the tuning sounds of whispering birds. Visit the Elmina Castle built by the Portuguese in 1482 and also known as St. George's Castle. This castle was the first European structure built in Sub - Saharan Africa. The Castle offers one of West Africa's greatest spots for photography, especially at the peak of the sunset. Also visit the Java Museum. Visit Fort St. Jago built by the Dutch in 1665 on St. George Hill. It is from this vantage point that the Dutch launched their successful land attack on Elmina Castle in 1637. The fort was built primarily to provide military protection to the Elmina Castle and to serve as a disciplinary institution for European convicts. Optionally visit the Posuban Military Shrine, where the Asafo companies, (Fanti traditional soldiers), prepare spiritually for war. These shrines are wonderful examples of how art is used in the daily lives of Ghanaians. Continue to your resort for dinner and relaxation. You could also take a leisurely walk along the beach to see the fisher folks going about their fishing activities under the exit of the beautiful sunset. Do not forget to take photos of the spectacular golden sunset.

Day 4: Elmina - Kumasi

After breakfast, spend part of the morning at the beach and continue your journey through the forest zone to Kumasi, the seat of the legendary Ashanti Kingdom, also the capital of the Ashanti region. The Ashanti became one of the most powerful kingdoms in West Africa and showed strong resistance to the British in the 19th century. Along the way, visit the slavery monument and ancestral graveyard in Assin-Manso, which used to be the final stop on the slave trail where slaves were bathed and sold at the slave market before walked in heavy chains to the castles on the coast, and transported to 'The New World' under terrible circumstances. Arrive in Kumasi and after enjoying an early lunch: Visit the Manhyia Palace Museum, which offers a first-hand information on the legacies of the Ashanti Kingdom. Proceed to the National Culture centre, which shares premises with the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum, home to the dazzling studios of traditional potters, brass, wood carvers, bead makers and batik makers. If time permits, visit the Kejetia market, known as the biggest open-air market stretch in West Africa. Continue to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 5: Kumasi - Mole National Park

After breakfast, continue your journey up north to Mole National park, Ghana's largest national wildlife reserve since the 70's. It is one of the main attractions in the northern part of the country and known for its elephant population. The elephant population is estimated around 400 to 600 individuals. Besides the Elephants you can spot buffalos, warthogs, several types of antelopes and monkeys. Along the way, visit visit Adawomase and Ntonso, villages known for traditional cloth making such as Kente and Adinkra. The villages are relatively touristy however, play an important part in the understanding of the Ashanti cultural heritage. Optionally make stop in Kintampo for a refreshing swim and enjoy a picnic under the Kintampo falls. In addition, visit the Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary and experience how the local people of live in close harmony with the sacred mona monkey and black-and-white colobus population. The mona monkeys spend most of their time on the ground and love to be fed out of the hands of humans. Enjoy lunch and continue your journey to Mole; upon arrival, check-in at your motel and go for a late afternoon safari to spot elephants, antelopes and monkeys. Finish your day by relaxing at the pool. Retire to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 6: Full Day at Mole National Park

Spend the entire day in the Park and enjoy either a driving or walking safari in the morning. The walking safari takes place either early in the morning (usually leaving the lodge around 6am, just as the sun is rising) or around 3pm. You will cover a few kilometres during your walk on uneven, bushy terrain, so closed shoes are required. The Motel is built a little higher where you have panoramic views over the National Park. Another enjoyable activity is to spend some time watching the comings and goings of various animals at the waterhole, which is their primary drinking spot in the dry season. If you are lucky, you could see one of the crocodiles keeping an eye on some antelopes or elephant(s) drinking or playing around in the water. Optionally take the afternoon off from the animals and meet the friendly Gonja people of Mognori and learn about their distinctive culture. If desired, enjoy a canoe ride on the Mole River, which is especially, recommended during the rainy season. Return to your hotel in the Park for dinner and finish your day by relaxing at the pool.

Day 7: Mole NP - Wechiau - Wa

Go for another morning walking or driving safari and make you way further up north to the Upper-West capital, Wa, found in the 16th or 17th century and one of the oldest towns in Ghana. Along the way, visit the Larabanga Mosque, constructed between 1643 - 1675, in the small town of Larabanga, near to Mole Park, and is said to be Ghana's oldest mosque, and possibly oldest building still standing, possibly built well before white people visited the country. This whitewashed mud built Sahelian Mosque contains an ancient copy of the Qur'an and is said to date from near the same date and the structure is also said to be Sudanese architecture. If desired, you could make a short stop at Bole, to visit the mosque built in 1421, which is claimed to be the oldest in Ghana. Continue your way to Wechiau Community Hippo Sanctuary, a unique community-based tourist and wildlife conservation project. Arrival in Wechiau, enjoy lunch and go up the river with a canoe to spot some of the 50 hippos the sanctuary isendowed with. The community sanctuary has much to offer in terms of the local culture, architecture and activities. For instance, you could go for some bird watching or get a tour around a Lobi compound. The Lobi people migrated from Burkina Faso and are known for their animistic way of living and particular housing architecture. Make you way to Wa; upon arrival, check-in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation. Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 8: Wa - Bolgatanga

After breakfast, take a scroll in and around the town. You still find some ancient building based on the West Sudanese mud-stick architecture, like the Nakore mosque, the Chief's palace, which was originally constructed as a fortress-like building but later expanded in a mud-brick architectural style. Another nice experience is to take a stroll over the busy weekly market where agricultural products are mainly being traded, such as sorghum, millet and yams, livestock like goats and guinea fowls, and where you can try and sip some freshly produced millet beer from a calabash. Continue your journey to Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region; enjoy lunch along the way. Arrive in Bolgatanga, the capital of the Upper-East Region and has a laid-back atmosphere. The town was founded in medieval times and has served an important route through which gold from the south was transported to Timbuktu in present-day Mali. Check-in at your hotel and if time permits, visit some of the highlights in and around the town, such as the Sirigu Women Art and Pottery (SWAP) project. Also, visit some of the traditionally painted houses by the women of the Gurunsi tribe. If desired, visit the cathedral known as Our Lady of Seven Sorrows in Navrongo has a unique mud-decorated interior and the first large building in the 1920s. In addition, you could visit the relics of the Pikworo Slave Camp, a hidden northern slave market that fed the southern slave sales in the 19th century, and old chief palace at Paga. It is believed the slaves were well taken care off so the sellers would receive higher prices from the buyers. You can also visit the fascinating PagaPia's palace, which is more than a hundred years old; here, you also find the crocodile pond, which is also rewarding to visit. Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 9: Bolgatanga - Karimenga - Tamale

After breakfast, visit some of the highlights of Bolgatanga above and make your way to Tamale, the capital of the Northern Region, a fast-growing capital and the bustling center of the Northern Region. It's a lively place where you find interesting mixture of inhabitants. Along the way, visit the village of Karimenga where you meet Ibrahim, a passionate inhabitant of the village and proud founder of The Green House. The Green House is a lodge built in local style, offers basic accommodation but good services and interesting excursions through his village. For example, undertake herbal medicine tour, or embark on a ride on a biking trail or go for a village walk. In addition, there are hiking trails of 2-3 hours through the savannah woodlands. Optionally, visit the village of Gowrie to see the beautiful nature of the lake and its surrounding area that is situated next to Karimenga. Another interesting excursion is a visit the nearby Tongo, a small town known for its location in the extra-ordinary architecture and distinct landscape of the Tengzug Hills. The range of granite is known for its unique rock formations and during harmattan (from December to February) the winds make a whistling sound as it passes through cracks in the boulders of the rocks. Visit the community of Tongo and go for a hike around the hills. The Tengzug Shrine is one of the most famous shrines in the region and was once a hideout for slaves evading their captors. Currently it is used for traditional religious animal sacrifices. If you are interested to visit the shrine and witness a ceremony where birds and chickens are sacrificed, it is the custom to you disrobe completely from the waist upwards.No photography is permitted in and around the shrine. Continue your way to Tamale; if desired make a short stop at the Wulugu and the Zayaa Mosque along the way; an ancient mud-built, multi-storey, fort-like Islamic monument. Although its appearance makes you think the building is very old, it was only constructed in the 1990s by a Sheik as a residence as well as a house of prayer. Arrive in Tamale, check-in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 10: Tamale - Kara

After breakfast, visit Sognaayilli, a traditional Dagomba village, where people live in round thatched-roofed houses built in circular compounds and where life is so different as compared to the south. It is a wonderful experience to learn about people with different religious backgrounds, who transformed from pure animism to Christianity or Islam; they are all living peacefully together. If desired, pass by the village of Daboya, the weaving village where the fugu is being made, worn by men in northern Ghana. The fugu is made from the hand-spun white and indigo dyed cloth and worn as a smock. In addition, visit one of the villages around Tamale, where shea butter is made. Learn about the shea butter process. If time permits, our driver will furthermore advise you of other interesting activities to undertake. Cross the border to Togo and continue further to Kara, the capital of the Northern Region in Togo. Enjoy lunch at a road-side cafeteria on the way. Arrive in Kara and visit Sarakawa Park in the morning, a small nature reserve where you could spot among zebras, cobs, monkeys, Warthogs, Antelopes and some other animal species. Spend the entire day in the Park and enjoy. Check-in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 11: Kara - Boukoumbe / Koussoukoingou

Enjoy a wonderful scenic landscape journey today through the Tamberma valley in Togo and cross the border to the Somba Land, Boukombe in Benin; an area known for its extra-ordinary architecture houses, also called Tata Sombas, built like miniature fortresses, surrounded by rolling hills and giant Baobab trees. Make a stop on the way to explore the TambermaValley, a semi-mountainous region of the Batammariba people at the Togo side of the border is also referred to as Koutammakou, which is designated as an UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore some of the villages nicely situated at the slope of Mount Kabyé and also visit the village Tchare near Pya, where the people are known for their ancient way of iron manufacturing and pottery. The Batamamariapeople and other indigenous tribes who settled on these lands, originally came from Burkina Faso and settled on this lands centuries ago. They are known for their animist way of living and have kept their traditions alive and pure to date. Enjoy lunch along the way at a road-side cafeteria, arrive in Boukombehe and visit the area around Josephine's Tata, a location worth visiting in the Somba land. Check-in at your hotel for dinner and spend the night in comfortable Tata Somba hotel.

Day 12: Full Day in Boukoumbe and Koussoukoingou

Spend the day visiting different Somba villages and learn more about its inhabitants, who are known for their animist way of living. Until know, they have been able to keep their traditions alive and pure. Emerge yourself in this wonderful environment and visit a local priest. Due to its semi-mountainous landscape, the area also shows excellent hiking opportunities.

Day 13: Boukoumbe - Pendjari National Park

Spend the morning in Boukoumbe and surroundings. Continue your journey further north to Pendjari National Park, which lies in north western Benin, adjoining the Arli National Park in Burkina Faso. The national park is known for its wildlife and is home to some of the last populations of big game like elephants, West African lions, hippopotamuses, buffalo and various antelopes in West Africa. The park is also famous for its richness in birds. Optionally, walk to the Tanougou Falls before entering the park. Arrive at the Park, check-in at your lodge and go for a driving safari around the Park. Retire to your lodge for dinner and relaxation.

Day 14: Full Day Safari at Penjari National Park

Spend a full day in the Park for a one-stop safari experience. Also enjoy the wonderful scenery alongside.

Day 15: Pendjari NP - Natitingou

Enjoy one final safari in the morning before you continue to Natitingou. Make your way to Natintingou, arrive in the town, check-in at your hotel and enjoy a late lunch and either choose to relax or visit the Kota falls and enjoy a refreshing bath at the basin of the falls, or spend the rest of the day in the increasingly cosmopolitan town, which is inhabited by a melting-pot of ethnic tribes like the Fon, Dendi, Ditarami, Fulani and many more. Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 16: Natitingou - Abomey

Spend the morning in Natitingou and surroundings. The best time to get a real feeling of the town and its people is during the market days. Worth visiting is the Ethnographic museum located in an old French colonial house, built in 1915, where you will find details about the Somba people's lifestyle and extra-ordinary mud architecture. Continue your journey down south to Abomey, the ancient capital of the Dahomey Empire. Along the way, optionally, visit the Taneka villages near Djougou, where you can find architectural masterpieces scattered over a wide area and molded on to the rocky and scrubby hillsides. The people in this area still live in a traditional way and hold animistic ways of living. However, this place is quite touristy and this could be a reason not to go there. Continue to Dankoli, an ordinary town at the foot of rocky hill but claimed to have one of the strongest and most powerful fetish shrines in the country. The fetish shrine is situated under a magnificent tree, which receives streams of believers who wishes to ask for help and guidance from the spirits. Enjoy lunch at a road-side cafeteria along the way. If desired, also visit the flamboyant market at Basilla along the way (if it is market day). Arrive in Abomey, check-in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation. Enjoy Egun mask dance performance in the evening, where you see Egun mask dancers chanting appellations and falling into trance over a short period of time while performing their warrior dance.

Day 17: Abomey - Ketou - Porto-Novo

In the morning, discover some of the highlights of Abomey, such as The Benhazin Monument, located at the east entrance of the city, and the old neighbourhood where you will find remnants of the mud wall that once enclosed the empire, the Royal Palace and Museum (a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site), where every new king added his own residence, resulting in twelve palaces in the empire at its peak. Currently, only two remaining; the Palace is worth visited in the afternoon. Abomey is also known for its strong voodoo culture, its powerful magic sorcerers and ceremonies. Continue to Ketou. This predominantly Yoruba town has a rich spiritual history involving the Nigerian Kingdom of Oyo and Orisha, the Yoruba form of voodoo. The main highlights in this town are of spiritual nature, like the scared garbage pile, the Aitan Ola, and the sacred door of AkabaIdenan. It is possible to have an audience with the king of Ketou who welcomes you in his Royal Palace. Enjoy lunch at a road-side cafeteria and continue your journey to Porto Novo, the former capital of the French Dahomey colony in the 19th century, which still stands as the administrative capital of Benin. Interesting highlights to undertake in Porto-Novo are the Museum of Ethnography, one of the best in the country, which gives you an interesting insight on the Yoruba culture. Take a walk through the lush garden and training center for the production, research and development of sustainable agricultural practices. Guided by one of the students at the center; you will be introduced to the small-scale farming practices such as large-scale composting, fish cultivation, snail farming and animal husbandry. Also, visit the Palais Royal du RoiToffa (MuseeHomne), focussed on the last sovereign king of Benin before colonisation, the gardens of Jardin Place Jean Bayol, where you can find the statue of the first king of Benin, and the close by Palais de Governor, home of the national legislature. Undertake some of the above activities the next morning before your departure to Ganvie. Check-in at the Songhai Centre for dinner and relaxation. The center is an innovative educational center for tropical agriculture, beautifully situated in the green agriculture surroundings.

Day 18: Porto-Novo - Ganvie - Ouidah

After breakfast, undertake some of the highlights of Porto Novo mentioned above and continue your way to Ouidah, a town with a rich history and the cradle of African Traditional (voodoo) Religion. Along the way, visit Ganvieby motorized canoe, a village built over water (Lac Noukoue), knowingly referred to as the "Venice of West Africa". Treat yourself with a first-hand experience as the people of Ganvie carry out their daily routines in their dugout canoes filled with earthen wares, groceries, working tools, animals and any other livelihood materials you could think of, while trading with one another and transacting business with tourists. You will definitely enjoy shopping on the floating market and taking a relaxing canoe ride to explore the village, which came about as a result of escaping slavery during the slave trade era in Benin. The village is over 300 years old. Take a lunch break at the MB hotel, situated on the lake. After lunch, return to the banks of the lake and continue your journey to Ouidah. Arrive in Ouidah, check-in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation. Enjoy the serene and palm-fringed beach atmosphere.

Day 19: Full Day InOuidah

Spend the entire day to explore Ouidah Visit some of the highlights in the town, such as taking a tour of the Temple dedicated to the sacred python, which is believed to give vitality and protection. Visit the sacred forest which houses many shrines dedicated to various deities. Visit the historical Museum of Ouidah, located in a centuries-old Portuguese fort. This museum reflects Benin's role in the transatlantic slave trade. Also visit the Port of No Return, a monument built by the Benin government to commemorate the Africans taken from the Dahomey Empire during the slave trade. We can arrange on this day in Ouidah for you to witness the climax of the Voodoo festival which is celebrated on the 10th of January every year. Find yourself mesmerized by the rich display of mystic traditional beliefs, amidst chanting of appellations to the gods of the land with people falling into trance, blowing of flutes accompanied with warrior dance performances, pouring of libations, body art and slaughtering of animals for sacrifice. Return to your hotel for dinner and relax or sit along the beach and enjoy the serenity.

Day 20: Ouidah - Possotome

Relax at the beach in the morning and make your way to Possotome. Make a stop along the way at Se, a pottery village where you will find and meet hard-working women producing wonderful clay pottery manually. Arrive in Possotome and check-in at your hotel. Possotome is a village at the very banks of lakeAheme, where you are able to observe the day-to-day activities of the villagers. The inhabitants of the village are known for their vibrant voodoo culture. Experience how the local people worship their traditional gods and observe the role of the voodoo culture in the daily life of the ordinary people. Optionally, attend a traditional voodoo ceremony, Zangbeto dance or enjoy a storytelling moment at the village square.

Day 21: Possotome - Grand Popo

Spend the morning in Possotome and undertake a guided walk along-side the lake, the villages and sacred forest. The villages in this area are known for their vibrant voodoo culture. Experience how local people worship their traditional gods and observe the role of the voodoo culture in their daily lives. Continue to Grand Popo and enjoy some fascinating landscapes along the way; observe the living voodoo culture in the small villages and farm lands marking the coastal highway. Arrive in Grand Popo, check-in at your hotel, enjoy lunch and relax at the beach or in the pool at the hotel.

Day 22: Grand Popo - Lome

Relax some more in the morning or alternatively, enjoy a cruise by boat through beautiful landscape along the Mono River. The cruise will take you to the extreme bank of the river at Bouche du Roi. Enjoy lunch, cross the border back to Togo and make your way to Lome, the capital city of Togo. Along the way, visit the historical highlights at Aneho, Agbedrafo and Togoville around Lac Togo. Arrive in Lome, check-in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation; enjoy the friendly atmosphere in the city. If desired, take an evening walk at the pristine palm-fringed beach of city.

Day 23: Lome - Davedi - Kpalime

After breakfast, visit some of the highlights of Lome in the morning. Nana Benz is the name of the biggest market in Lome, called Nana Benz, where almost everything is for sale. You will find traders from all over the region buying colorfully printed clothes, woven baskets from colorful treads. Also, visit LeMarche des Feticheurs, the voodoo market where people buy mystifying items from animal skins, bones and skulls, to arrange their traditional ceremonies. Continue your journey and visit Davedi, a village that offers an ultimate opportunity to experience the traditional Ewe culture in southern Togo. The village is known for its vast pineapple plantations and palm trees. Arrive in Davedi and undertake a guided walk through the community with a local guide and experience how people process palm nuts into palm oil, palm wine and gin. If desired, attend a twin doll ceremony or pay a visit to a fetish priest.Continue your journey to Kpalime, a perfect play-ground for hikers. Enjoy Francophone atmosphere and take a visit Mount Agou, one of the highest mountains in Togo, which offers some of the country’s best sceneries. Kpalime is also known for its fertile soil where you find numerous cacao and coffee plantations. Check-in at your hotel for dinner and relaxation; enjoy the serene atmosphere in the town.

Day 24: Spend Full Day InKpalime

Spend the entire day in and around Kpalime. Visit the village of Kouma-Konda where you can visit the local people who process locally grown coffee beans into organically certified coffee. Upon reaching the village, you will meet some local artists who use natural colours from the forest for their art works. Undertake some walking trails through the forest near Mount Klouto where you can watch masses of colourful butterflies in its forest. Also visit cascade de Wome, located in the village of Wome, known for its waterfalls as one of the great attractions in the Kpalime area, which is 12km away from the main town of Kpalime. Optionally, visit the art market, Le Centre Artisenal, where local craft men produce wonderful items. Return to your hotel for dinner and relaxation.

Day 25: Kpalime - Akosombo

Explore more of Kpalime in the morning and cross the border to Ghana and continue your journey to Akosombo, where you spend the night in a pretty hotel at the bank of the river Volta. Along the way, visit the TafiAtome 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 TafiAbuipeKente 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 late lunch. 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.

Day 26: Akosombo - Accra / Departure

Relax some more in the morning and undertake some of the optional activities mentioned above before returning to Accra to end your trip. 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. Optionally, go for some souvenir shopping and prepare for 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.

Cancellation Policy

Worlanyo Tours' cancellation policy is applied as follows:
Cancellations made 60 days or more prior to the start of the tour will be charged cancellation fee of 15% of the tour cost.
Cancellations made 45 to 30 days prior to the start to the tour will be charged cancellation fee of 20% of the tour cost.
Cancellations made 25 to 15 days prior to the start to the tour will be charged cancellation fee of 25% of the tour cost.
Cancellations made 15 days or less prior to the start of the tour will be charged cancellation of 100%, meaning no refund.

Trip cancellation insurance is recommended.

Domestic flight tickets are non-refundable when alternate (land) arrangements are made.

No-Shows, late arrivals, voluntary changes or cancellations by travelers of tour days or services during a tour are non-refundable. Cancellation Insurance Is recommended.

Prior to the start of the tour, Worlanyo Tours reserves the right to cancel a tour, and will provide a full refund of all payments. Worlanyo Tours has never cancelled a tour but would do so at Its sole discretion should travelers' safety be of concern. Worlanyo Tours is not responsible for expenses Incurred by travelers in preparing for a trip which is eventually cancelled.

Once travelers are at the destination in Africa, Worlanyo Tours will provide comparable alternate tour arrangements if the cancellation of a particular tour is deemed necessary. Should travelers elect not to accept these alternate arrangements, this will constitute voluntary refusal of services, and no refunds will be given.

Pro-rata refunds will be made if alternate arrangements are not comparable to the original tour services, Please note: Domestic flights may be replaced by ground transportation, if the domestic flight schedule renders flights impossible within the constraints of a tour and/or the tour dates; In this case, the missed flights ac non-refundable as the ticket price will be used to make alternate land arrangements

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Explore the wonders of Ghana, Togo and Benin in 26 days Price

From USD 7450 - based on one person

Take this tour with a friend or friends to share the cost

This tour could be done by public transport as well, with the aid of a tour guide, for low budget tourists.


cost includes
  • Round trip Airport transfer
  • 25 days 4x4 car rental with A/C including driver’s allowance
  • Fuel and toll
  • Border crossing permits
  • 25 days Accommodation with standard breakfast
  • Food
  • Beverages
  • Drinks
  • Souvenirs and other personal expenses
  • Tour activities and excursions
  • Gratitudes (Optional)
  • Travel insurance (recommended)

Total Price per person-