We invite you to join us on an unforgettable journey to West Africa;

a land rich in history, culture, where people are noted for their warmth, friendliness and hospitality.

Visit virgin beaches, historical sites, bustling markets, amazing wildlife parks and forest reserves.

Come, experience cultural drumming and dancing that will touch your very soul in it’s intensity.

Come, relax, enjoy and have the experience of a life time.

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 SPECIAL EVENTS
We would like to invite you to join us as we celebrate the various Special Events taking place in Ghana and its neighboring countries. You will have the opportunity of choosing to participate in the African American History Month tour, Ghana’s Independence Celebration, Traditional Religious Festival Tour, the 200th Emancipation Celebration, the Mali Desert Festival and the Niger River Festival which takes place in Mali, you will also have the alternative of taking part in the upcoming FESPACO Tour taking place in Burkina Faso.
 
Black History Month
We invite you to participate in the Black History Month which takes place every year in February. The aim of Black History Month is to highlight positive contributions by Africans and people of African descent everywhere. It does this by tracing the history of Africans in Africa and the diaspora and promoting African arts and culture. The aim of Black History Month is to heighten the confidence and awareness of black people everywhere.
 
Ghana's Independence  
Come join us as we celebrate Ghana’s Independence Day Celebration. This celebration takes place during the first week in March. The main highlights of the tour include the Independence Day Parade held at the Black Star Square, with live music entertainment by the Ghanaian military band; there will also be a visit to Ghana’s renowned Slave castles, Kakum National Park and a visit to the Ashanti Kingdom.
 
Traditional Religious Festival
Beautiful and fierce, seductive and spiritual, natural and rugged; West Africa is full of exciting contrasts. The Tribal Homelands tour packs so much in just two weeks, to give you the experience of a lifetime. Your journey begins in warm, friendly Ghana and continues to traditional Burkina Faso, unconquered Niger, enigmatic Togo and fascinating Benin. The Tribal Homelands Tour includes an array of interests and features the culture of several ethnic groups. This tour offers you the opportunity to view the diverse West African wildlife at Pendjari National Park. Visit attractions earmarked as UNESCO heritage sites and capital cities on their ladder of modern development as Africa begins its renaissance. You will visit Natitingou and Parakou, places very few people have heard of and the intensity of your sense of wonder will stay with you for a long time.
 
Mali Desert Festival
This one of a kind cultural festival is modeled on traditional gatherings and celebrations of the Tuareg people, referred to as the "Blue Men of the Desert." It is a musical event, full of dancing, singing, sword play, camel races and artisans’ exhibits. During the tour you will have the opportunity to interact with the Tuareg people. You will delight yourself in the 800 year old vivacious city of Djenne, the most beautiful in the Sahel with its mud buildings and Sudanese architecture. As you trek down the Bandiagara Cliff you will be able to relate to the ancient Dogon people who brilliantly built their homes with the intention of camouflaging themselves against danger. You will also get to visit Timbuktu referred to as the “ Rome of the Sudan”, the “ Athens of Africa”. This city stands as the most prestigious in humanity’s history. Timbuktu still serves as the gateway to the Sahara Desert much as it has done since the 11 th century.
 
Niger River Festival
We would like you to relax and enjoy the third annual Niger River Festival Tour which takes place in Segou, Mali. You will be given a tour of the major city of Bamako; view the cone shaped sheds, magical landscapes interweaving the Bandiagara Cliffs and mystical cosmology of the Dogon Country. After getting a fill of the surrounding countries you will then participate in the Festival which gives rise to art and crafts exhibitions, particularly in the form of textiles, sculpture and jewelry. There will be traditional dances, canoe river races, hunting galas. All this and more awaits the adventurous traveler that knows no boundaries.
 
FESPACO 
This tour has been customized so that the traveler will also get a pre-tour of the main highlights Ghana has to offer which will include a visit to Cape coast Caste, Kumasi City Tour and Mole National Park. After this you will proceed to the main location for FESPACO, in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. FESPACO is the largest African film festival. FESPACO, the Pan-African film and television Festival of Ouagadougou focuses mostly on the African film and filmmakers. It is known in French as “Le Festival Pan-Africain du Cinema et de la Television de Ouagadougou”, Ouagadougou being the capital of Burkina Faso. The festival is geared for film industry professionals offering them the opportunity to show their talents and their knowledge every two years. For one week every two years, the FESPACO starts on the last Saturday of February with the opening night in “Stade du 4Aout” which is the national stadium.
 
 
 
 
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