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Ghana Safari tour for the whole family

If you are planning a trip to Africa and you are looking for fun activities to do with your family, than a safari tour is one of the best and more fun things to do, perfect for both adults and children. Usually the first country that comes to one’s mind when we talk about safari tours is Kenya, but not everyone knows that actually Ghana has a lot to offer, with less expensive costs and equal beauty and adventure and less crowd.

Of course, we all know that safari tours can be expensive, so in order to save money you could consider several accommodation options on classified sites such as Adepafie.com where you will be able to find for example  5 lovely bedrooms villas and apartments for the whole family.

So here are a few ideas on the safari tours you can do in Ghana.

Safari in Mole

When you go on a Ghanaian safari you don’t explore just nature and wildlife, but also culture and history, seeing both natural and manmade West African wonders. Cape Coast and Elmina Castle, for example, besides being surrounded by great nature and wildlife, are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, allowing you to go back in time and find out about the history of slave trade.

For those who are charmed by history too, than the 10 days Ghana Slave Trade Cultural Tour is perfect, allowing you to visit both cultural heritage and rain forests and waterfalls, and also some traditional local markets. The Ghana Cultural Discovery Tour is too a great way to discover natural wanders and the history of modern Ghana, following old slave routes, hiking through forests but also experiencing modern Ghanaian culture.

But if pure nature is what you are looking for, together with a touch of adventure, than there are some gorgeous rain forests in Ghana, where you can spot hippos, elephants, monkeys and antelopes in their natural environment. The Ghana’s Ultimate Mammals Experience is perfect for those who want to meet from close distance big african mammals, while those who are passionate about birds and butterflies will adore the Ghana Wildlife Birding and Butterfly Tours, visiting the richest avian bio-diverse rain forests and savannahs in Ghana, for a truly unforgettable experience.

Baboons outside our room

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