Dela offer a variety of comprehensive tour packages in Ghana, including daily tours and longer Days expeditions.
Being used to the Bradt Guide Ghana and meeting with Philips Briggs the author, www.bradtguides.com and having worked with Maxwell Milligan a photographer and author www.maxmilligan.com as a guide to develop Ghana’s largest tourism photo book Ghana A Portrait, gave Dela the insight of Ghana, so can customize your trips based on the Bradt Guide, Lonely Planet or any other travel information on Ghana. The tours run smoothly with amazing views of lovely scenic spots that will surely remind you of a memorable travel experience. Many clients are ready to vouch for recommendations.
We drive in the cities and the evergreen countryside of Ghana to explore beauty of Nature, Culture and History across the world most peaceful country. We also stop for refreshments, or stay at rivers, lakes and ocean front resorts.
8 Days Volta Tour
Arrival at Kotoka International Airport for a drive to stay at KNUST Guest House
Meet at breakfast for discussing itinerary and depart Accra to stay at Ho Sky Plus in the Volta regional capital. We stop at Shai Hills Game Reserve, where we engage in a walking tour and break at Aylos Bay Lake from resort.
We depart for Tafi Atome monkey sanctuary to walk the trails in a luxuriant forest habitat surrounding the Tafi Atome village to view and play with Mona monkeys and continue to Wli, where we also engage in walking the Agumatsa forest sanctuary to visit West Africa’s highest waterfall. The surrounding of the falls is refreshing and offering a dip in the huge pool under the fall catching lovely glimpses of rainbow circles, especially on sunny days. Overnight will be at Hohoe?
We will return to Ho and visit the Volta Regional Museum and Vegus Batiks for a workshop on batik printing and find fabrics for an African shirt or souvenirs and decorations at home. Overnight will be at Stevens Hotel.
We will travel to stay at Anyanui/Keta? With stops at Agortime Kpetoe Kente weaving center to learn about the history of Ghana’s most popular hand woven fabric famously known as Kente and claimed to be adopted from kenteng meaning basket in Akan. This is also believed to have been derived from the name Ke- meaning open and Te meaning compress in Ewe describing the process of weaving the fabric, hence the original name Kete by the people of Agortime Kpetoe. They believe their ancestors who were captured during ancient wars thought the Ashanti’s and in teaching by the Ewe language Ke – Te as described above brought about the pronunciation Kente in Akan. You may also love to practice the process to understand the meaning of Kete as described and find some fabrics for your personal use or as souvenirs for friends and relatives. We also stop at Aflao, Ghana’s main eastern border town to have a look at border activities with Togo’s capital Lome. We will visit Keta lagoon and spend the rest of the day at Keta beach.
We drive to stay at KNUST Guest House, with stops at Vu Lagoon and Ada where we experience a cruise on the Volta River to visit Volta estuary.
We visit Makola the largest market circle in southern Ghana and Accra cultural center the largest artifact shopping market.