Visit the castles of cape coast and explore the adventures of Kakum National Park and Hans Cottage botel with this guided tour from Accra. You'll learn and discover the history of Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle and also undertake the canopy walkway and crocodile tour experience at Kakum National park and Hans cottage botel.

• Explore the City of Cape Coast • Round-trip transportation from Accra is included • All admission fees are included in the price of the tour • Private tour guide and Photographer will be provided • Get a free Explore Ghana T-Shirt

Tour offered by: Expedition-Go Travel and Tours
Inclusions & Exclusions
✔  Private Tour Guide
✔  Private Photographer
✔  On-board WiFi
✔  Hotel Pick up and Drop-off
✔  In-vehicle air conditioning
✔  Drinks, Snacks and Bottled water
✔  Cost of Activities in Itinerary
✖  Accommodation
✖  Lunch
Pickup Locations
1.  Ampoma Hotel
2.  Apartamento Hotel
3.  Kotoka Airport
4.  Frankie's Hotel
5.  Urbano Hotel
6.  Urbano Hotel
7.  Highgate Hotel
8.  The African Regent Hotel
9.  Holiday Inn Accra Airport
10.  Maxlot Hotel
11.  The Congress Hotel
12.  Manjaro Suites
13.  Tomreik Hotel
14.  Nogahil Hotel
15.  Ampomaah Hotel
16.  Relle Suites Hotel
17.  Royal Beulah
18.  Alisa Hotels North Ridge
19.  Sunlodge Hotel
20.  Zircon Hotel Gh
Additional Info: We also Pickup at your agreed location or Hotel within Accra
Itinerary
1
Kakum National Park Ghana’s most visited attraction site, tucked away with the Kakum Rainforest is the amazing canopy walkway suspended 40m above ground level, which offers a fascinating and beautiful perspective of the forest and Wildlife.

Duration:  2 hours

2
Hans Cottage Botel The setting is pleasant, partly built on stilts on a pond, with a swimming pool and nice greenery. There are crocodiles, turtles and various bird species to be seen (and a large colony of weaver birds building their nests around the water).

Duration:  2 hours

3
Elmina Castle So Jorge da Mina (St. George of the Mine) was the name given to Elmina Castle by the Portuguese in 1482 when they erected it in Elmina, Ghana (formerly the Gold Coast). Elmina and Elmina Castle is the oldest European structure still standing below the Sahara because it was the first trading post ever constructed on the Gulf of Guinea. It was initially founded as a trading colony but eventually developed into one of the most significant sites along the path of the Atlantic slave trade. A significant portion of Werner Herzog's 1987 drama film "Cobra Verde" was filmed at Elmina Castle, which is now a well-known historical landmark. It serves as a stark reminder of the history of the slave trade and is a very sought-after destination for African American travelers hoping to connect with their heritage.

Duration:  60 minutes

4
Cape coast castle The Cape Coast Castle is one of the biggest castles still standing in Ghana today which was constructed by European forces, On a portion of the Gold Coast that subsequently came to be known as the Cape Coast, it all started as a Portuguese trade lodge built in 1555. The Swedish Africa Company built a permanent wooden stronghold in 1653 to facilitate the trading of gold and lumber after Sweden conquered the Cape Coast. The regional office of the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board is located there, and it is currently a historical museum with a gift shop selling Ghanaian arts and crafts.

Duration:  60 minutes

Additional info
•  Service animals allowed
•  Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
•  Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
•  Not recommended for pregnant travelers
•  Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
•  Suitable for all physical fitness levels
•  Most travelers can participate
•  This tour/activity will have a maximum of 100 travelers
Free cancellation
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Price:
From $140
Ticket:
Mobile or paper ticket accepted
duration:
15 hours
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Cancellation policy
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.