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The popular word for welcome in Ghana is Akwaaba which is expressed sincerely to all visitor throughout the country. Beneath the glittering facade of the modern Ghana lies a country at the crossroads of the modern, the ancient , indigenous and the exotic. Ghana is a very refined country steeped in rich cultural traditions that date back to centuries. English is Ghana’s official language. however the Akan language includes twi, fante etc.
Ghana is known for diverse wildlife, old forts and secluded beaches, such as at Busua, labadi tec. Coastal towns like Elmina Anomabo and Cape Coast contain posubans (native shrines), colonial buildings and castles-turned-museums that serve as testimonials to the slave trade. North of Cape Coast, vast Kakum National Park has a treetop-canopy walkway over the rainforest, monkey santuary, water falls and lakes
Book a Tour with back Africa to see West Africa’s most diverse country. While located at the Western tip of Africa, it is neighbor to togo, ivory coast and burkina faso.
A tour of Ghana will ensure you experience a variety of cultures and scenery. Our tours combines untouched natural beauty along with bustling cities such as Accra, kumasi, and cape coast . Highlights on Tour include Aburi botanical gardens, wli water falls, kwame nkrumah moseleum, W E B Dubois center,local market, lake bosomtwi, menhya palace, kente weaving village, Cape coast and Elmina slave castles, Slave last bath and kakum Rainforest and canopy walk , as well as colourful traditional posuban shrines along the street of cape coast and elmina..
Back Africa tours aim to make your Ghana unforgettable. Not only a tailored experience for you, but a unique adventure. We want to take you off the beaten track and show you a side of Ghana that most people don’t see while on Tour.
Accra is a sprawling city with about 2 million residents and one of Africa’s safer capitals. Accra has a mixture of modern buildings, shanty towns, occasional castle and lively markets. The central hub is around the Makola Market; just south of the market is the Atlantic Ocean…..Read More
Kumasi is the capital of Ghana’s Ashanti Kingdom in southern-central Ghana. Kumasi is Ghana’s second largest city with a population of around 1.5 million. The Ashanti are famous artisans, their gold jewelry and trinkets are famous throughout the world, as is their Kente cloth and wood-carved stools…Read More
The tour will take you through Cape Coast Castle which is now an excellent museum with information about the history of Ghana, the slave-trade and local culture. Tours are a “must” and will take you through the dungeons and the “door of no return”. Other interesting places in the Cape Coas…Read More
We live here. It is our home. Our insight and local knowledge means you can expect experiences no guidebook can offer. Traveling with us is not just visiting the sites then leaving with photos but also best understanding about people and their life, extraordinary cultures and histories of the destinations. We know where to go and how to help you to reveal the hidden places and hidden charms.