DAY 4: OUIDAH, BENIN -
After breakfast, drive to Ouidah the spiritual capital of voodoo religion and was once a major slave-trading post. You will explore major slave-trading post. You will visit the Voodoo Museum, the Sacred Forest, the Cathedral and the Temple of the sacred Pythons where you will see the 41 writhing pythons .
Day 5 : A Lome Togo
LOME, TOGO -leave for Lome very early in the morning THE TOUR ON THIS DAY IN LOME Today we travel to Togo. After a 3 hour drive you will be assisted through Togo immigration then begin the city tour of Lome and vicinity. Visits include Independence square, the Artisans village, the national museum, the fetish market- the heart of traditional medicine, the fishing harbour, Art Street and the grand Marché, realm of the famous Nana Benz ladies. Overnight at Palm Beach Hotel or similar.LOME - TOGOVILLE-LOME - Today visit the Akodesséwa fetish market and the slave house in Agbodrafo. Continue to Togoville, a red-earth village which was the homeland of numerous slaves taken to Haiti. Here you will find magic remedies and voodoo charms used by local sorcerers. Late afternoon return to Lomé.
Day 6: Accra
Depart for Accra Arrival and checking into hotel for relaxation (maybe a night out to osu oxford street) Other activities today will depend on our arrival time and preference.
Day 7: A city tour of Accra
ACCRA City Tour (visit to historical landmarks such as W. E. B. Dubois Center for Pan African Culture,Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, Independence/Black Star Square, National Museum,Osu (formerly Christiansborg) Castle-the previous seat of the Ghanaian Presidency,Jamestown, Flagstaff House (official seat of the president), Kane Kwesi Carpentry workshop.
Day 8: Travel/ Trip to cape coast/ Elmina.
KAKUM NATIONAL PARK/CAPE COAST/ACCRA -
This morning we visit Kakum National Park, one of Ghana's most famous parks. Take a brief walking tour on the forest floor; see birds, butterflies, and perhaps catch a glimpse of the forest. Proceed to the canopy walkway. Kakum is home to Africa's only aerial walkway through the treetops, a 1000 foot long and seven-bridge walkway with viewing platforms that reach heights of over 150 feet above ground. After lunch return to Cape Coast and visit Cape Coast Castle and the Castle Museum for a guided tour. Cape Coast Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and was one of the departure points for Africans being sent into slavery in the Americas. The castle is home to the infamous "Door of No Return". A return trip to accra and O/N at your hotel
Day 9: Drive Back to Accra, relaxation at a drumming session/ Departure