Ghana is becoming the gateway to Africa for many African diasporas. This country is rich in landmarks that explore the history of the transatlantic slave trade, and cultural experiences that will leave you feeling connected with the Motherland. The year 2019 marked 400 years since the arrival of the first recorded enslaved Africans to reach Jamestown, Virginia. Who’s ready to visit Ghana “beyond the year of return”? We will have 8 days and 7 nights to explore Ghana’s rich historical culture, sprinkled with luxury and a little Ghanaian style turn-up. You will leave this trip ready to return next year!
Refund/ Cancellation Policy
All deposits and payments are NON-REFUNDABLE. Travel The Motherland strongly recommends you purchase a “Cancel for Any Reason” travel insurance policy, which will cover your non-refundable expenses for your trip, whether you cancel voluntarily or for any reason beyond your control.
Border Closure/Pandemic Refund Policy
We are monitoring the entry requirements for Ghana. If we must cancel the trip due to border closure or any large-scale disaster, you will receive a refund, or you can request to use the funds on future trips. We will notify you in advance if we must cancel under these circumstances.
Solo travelers will be paired with a roommate of the same sex. If a roommate is not available, you will be required to upgrade to single occupancy.
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You will have some time to settle into your luxury accommodations. There will also be time set aside for you to get the finishing touches on your custom-made kente cloth outfit by the tailor if you arrive before 6 pm local time. After, we will enjoy a group dinner, then hit the town to enjoy Ghana's nightlife.
Meals included: Dinner