3 Day Slave Castles Tour
This tour takes you to four most important slave castles and fort in Ghana. It gives you a clear picture and understanding of slave trade in Ghana and Africa for that matter. We begin the tour from the Christiansborg (Osu) Castle. Built in the 17th century by the Danes on the shore of the vibrant of Osu in Accra, Ghana’s capital, the Christiansborg Castle has exchanged hands between a number of European countries and has been rebuilt numerous times. For a long time, it used the seat of government. It has now been converted to a presidential museum.
The tour shall also take you to the Elmina Castle and Fort St. Jago in the central region of Ghana. More so, it shall take you to the most visited Cape Coast Castle. The Cape Coast Castle has been visited by a number of dignitaries including former president and first lady of the United States of America, Barack and Michelle Obama. Current (2020) first lady of the United States of America, Melania Trump has also visited the castle.
These castles are all UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tour also takes you to the Assin Manso Ancestral Slave River, which used to be one of the largest slave markets.
Pick up from Airport transfer to your hotel Later in the evening we drive you through the streets of Accra to experience night life in Accra.
We begin our tour from the Christiansborg (Osu) Castle. From there we move to the Kwame Nkrumah Museum. We drive to Elmina Castle. Within walking distance from Elmina Castle, we visit Fort St. Jago. We spend the night in a comfortable hotel in Cape Coast.
We visit Cape Coast Castle. From there we travel to Assin Manso to visit the Ancestral Slave River. We return to Accra. Tour comes to an end.
Price: $ 469 per person for a group of 2 persons and $ 329 per person for a group of 4 persons or more
Number of Persons: minimum of 2
Airport pick up
Transportation throughout the whole trip
Hotel accommodation with breakfast for 2 nights
Entrance fee to all tourist sites
Drinks and Tips.
Anything not mentioned above