Join us on this group tour as we explore Togo in depth together with highlands, caves and wildlife of the Volta Region of Ghana
Accra – Keta (120km Approx. 3hrs driving)
Spend the morning exploring Accra, visiting the National Museum and the old quarter of Jamestown, as well as the quarter where craftsmen design flamboyant coffins for the deceased – a uniquely Ghanaian experience. From here we head to Keta, on the shores of the Gulf of Guinea. Aborigines Beach Resort or similar.
Keta – Lome (46km approx. 1h 20mins driving)
We cross the border into Togo and head to Lome, the only African city to have been colonized by the French, British and Germans. Explore the city including its central markets and the fascinating – if rather gruesome – fetish market, where animal parts are sold for use in traditional medicines. Overnight Hotel Aurore or similar.
Lome – Kpalime (119km Approx. 2hrs driving)
Palm trees burst from the mud-caked tin shacks and low-lying bungalows of Togo’s outdoorsy hub.
A town set beneath the jungle-dressed ridges of the Plateaux Region, and peppered with German colonial relics and the occasional European-style church spire, it’s famed for its backcountry and bazaars.
The former yields up gushing waterfalls at spots like Tomegbe and Kpoeta, and offers the hiking trails of Mount Agou (the highest in the country). The latter means craft sellers whittling away at Voodoo wood carvings, interesting ceramic creations, mysterious religious trinkets, and – of course – coffee beans, cacao, and tropical fruits. Overnight Hotel Parc or similar
Kpalime- Hohoe (83.9 km Approx.2hrs 15mins driving)
Hohoe is a town and the capital of the mountainous Hohoe Municipality of the Volta Region of Ghana, with its beautiful climate and many tourist attractions like the Wli Waterfalls, Tafi monkey sanctuary, grottos and caves. Wli Water Heights or similar
Hohoe – Ho (80.9 km Approx. 1h 48 min)
Ho is the capital city of the Ho Municipal District and the Volta Region of Ghana. The city lies between Mount Adaklu and Mount Galenukui or Togo Atakora Range, and is home to the Volta Regional Museum.
Here we experience the colorful and vibrant night life in Ho. Overnight at Fred’s Kitchen.
Ho- Accra (193.1 km Approx. 2hrs 58min)
VALID DATES: Available at traveler preferred date
Transportation: Mini Bus
Safety measures: Immunization against tropical diseases such as Diphtheria and Tetanus, Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Meningitis.
Maximum of (10 people)
Payment: Visa, MasterCard, PayPal
Other Things To Note
We pride ourselves with our carefully selected tour guides who are well recognized for their in-depth knowledge, skills, competencies and abilities including their bilingual backgrounds where necessary.
Visa support if necessary (letter of invitation)
If you are arriving early or before the start date of the tour and would like to organize some extra arrangements on a private basis please contact us.
Budgeting for your Tour
You will need some extra money to cover meals and drinks not included in the tour price, any optional sightseeing, souvenirs and items of a personal nature such as laundry.
It is advisable that you have adequate valid travel insurance, the cost of which is not included in the price of the tour. It is your responsibility to arrange appropriate travel insurance and ensure you have read and understood the full terms and conditions of your travel insurance policy to ensure that you are covered for all activities you intend to undertake whilst on the tour, including all optional activities.
The region experiences two distinct seasons and travel is possible all year. The dry season runs from October until April, and the wet season from May until September – these can change by a few weeks either side depending on climate variations. The rains, although heavy, usually take the form of short sharp bursts. In higher elevated forests it can be cool at night and in the early morning so you should be prepared accordingly.
Ghana is very warm in general and so light cotton clothes are generally a good idea. You should also bring a hat – the sun is very strong here, even in the winter. It might be a good idea to bring a fleece in case of cooler evenings.
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