b'GhanaTracing Heritage & Culture in GhanaEmbark on an unforgettable journey to Ghana, to explore rich culture and history while experiencing vibrant traditions. Stand in the places of historical significance of the slave trade and discuss how it impacted the West African region, as well as the role that the countries played in the transatlantic slave trade. Discover bustling cities, small towns and welcoming villages in animmersion in the countrys history. Explore its colonial past, its vibrantpresent and experience the warmth of Ghanaian people.ITINERARY8 nights| Accra, 2 nights; drive to Cape Coast, 2 nights; drive to Kumasi, 2 nights; drive to Accra, 2 nights; departures11 night itinerary including Togo and Benin also available.HIGHLIGHTSIn Accra, a lecture introduces Ghana today. Visit the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, the National Museum, delve into Ghanas history at the W.E.B. Du Bois Centre and in historic Jamestown. Stroll through bustling Makola Market.Visit the Elmira Castle, and Cape Coast Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn about the harrowing history of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Reflect as you stand at the Door of No Return. Discover the natural beauty of Ghana at Kakum National Park, where a walk through the rainforest canopy via suspension bridges provides breathtaking views and a chance to spot local wildlife.In Kumasi, delve into Ashanti history and culture. Explore the bustling Kejetia Market and marvel at the intricate Kente cloth weaving process.Prices Starting FromWitness artisans at work using timeless techniques. $5,599 per personBe welcomed into a local village community with a traditional ceremony. Group Size: Maximum 22 travelers Season: November-MarchAccommodations: Four-Star hotels History HeritageAfrican DisporiaCultureCommunity 12 Conservancy Travel|conservancytravel.org'