Visit the resting place of one of Africa's most famous and impactful leaders. The mausoleum houses the body of
Dr Kwame Nkrumah and his wife Fathia Nkrumah, it is meant to represent an upside down sword which in the
Akan culture is a symbol of peace.
Go beyond the monument and speak with people who understood Ghana's golden age intimately. Get insights into
why Kwame Nkrumah was a powerful force and see how his legacy lives on in present day Ghana.
We will visit W.E.B Du Bois Memorial Centre for Panafrican Culture, W. E. B. Du Bois Memorial Centre for PanAfrican Culture is a memorial place, a research facility and tourist attraction in the Cantonments area of Accra,
Ghana, that was opened to the public in 1985. It is named in dedication to W. E. B.
Visit Jamestown: Jamestown is home to West Africa's largest street art festival which brings thousands of people
to the neighborhood each August. Local and visiting artists prepare installations that last long after the festival
ends. You can explore the ever-changing street gallery and the artists whom left their imprint on the
The Pan African Historical Festival (PANAFEST) is a bi-annual festival which celebrates people of Africa and of African descent in the Diaspora through art, culture, music, dance and theatre. This tour will give you the opportunity to learn the history of great Africans who worked in diverse ways during the fight for African independence from […]
Looking for a romantic honeymoon tour package or a wedding package? Plan the perfect honeymoon getaway in Ghana with Star Tours Ghana. Our trips include the best resorts, sightseeing destinations, and much more… Highlights of the tour: · Welcome package · Health Spa Days · Romantic Boat-ride · Beaches · All Meals Included · […]
This is a day tour on the 26th of December 2020, to Aqua Safari organised by Kweku Tours (2019 Tour Guide of the Year). This tour includes boat rides, board games, swimming, beach games, transportation, facility-user fee, breakfast and lunch, bottled water, photoshoot and nose mask. The rate for the tour per person is GhS350.00 […]
THIS ACTIVITY IS PURPOSELY FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE CARIBBEANS Visiting the Adanwomase and you will be given out your date of birth, a Ghanaian name and a certificate in a recognition, these will include an adornment of Ghanaian Kente stole with your traditional given name embroidered. This is given to you as a sign […]