Women’s travel – tabulated overview

Integrated tourism in Ghana

Women’s travel: “The strong women of Ghana” – tabulated overview

(Minor alterations admissible):

day overnight stay board programme
1 Sat KASAPA Centre on flight arrival, transfer from airport Accra to KASAPA Centre (ca. 43 km)
2 Sun KASAPA Centre half board Becoming acquainted with the KASAPA project and its female staff; beach afternoon at a small seaside hotel facility nearby.Requested for a reading: the internationally renowned Ghanaian woman writer Ama Darko
3 Mon KASAPA Centre half board In the morning visit ot a (private) Primary/Junior High School, meeting the female head/proprietess, getting to know more about job prospects and careers of well-educated Ghanaian women. In the afternoon a guided walk through our local community Nyanyano: daily life in a Ghanaian fishing community. (Depending on the school’s schedule, this day’s programme might be swapped with that of day 14.)
4 Tue LakePoint Guesthouse half board To Lake Bosumtwi near Kumasi (ca. 310 km). Checking into Lake Point Guesthouse right on the lakefront
5 Wed LakePoint Guesthouse half board To Kumasi: An extensive stroll through the Central Market, meeting with the representatives of a traditional market women’s association. Visit to Cultural Centre, back to Lake Bosumtwi (all in all ca. 80 km)
6 Thu LakePoint Guesthouse half board To Kumasi: museum in the old Ashanti king’s palace; quite possibly a “queen mother’s” reception. Back to Lake Bosumtwi
7 Fri LakePoint Guesthouse half board To the traditional weavers’ villages Adanwomase and Bonwire; on the way a visit to the Fetish Shrine in Ejisu-Besease. Back to Lake Bosumtwi (ca. 115 km all in all)
8 Sat village guesthouse half board Southwards to the cocoa farming village of Mesomagor (ca. 180 km): walking tour through the village, story-telling evening
9 Sun village guesthouse full board farmland walkabout, tasting of fresh palmwine in the “bush”. Meeting the representatives of the Mesomagor Women Association. Performance of the village’s traditional bamboo orchestra and dance troup
10 Mon KoSa Beach Resort full board visiting small rural enterprises in a neighbouring village. After lunch southwards to Ampenyi Beach near Elmina (ca. 80 km)
11 Tue KoSa Beach Resort half board To Cape Coast (ca. 25 km). Visiting the handicraft project “Global Mamas”; 3 – 4 hrs cooking or batiking workshop with one of the “Mamas”. Back to KoSa Beach Resort
12 Wed Kakum tree house or possibly Hans Botel half board To Elmina (slave trade castle, scenic fishing town); in the afternoon to “Hans Botel” (picturesque hotel with crocodiles and baya  birds rookery); usually from there after dinner to Kakum National Park (all in all ca. 50 km)
13 Thu KASAPA Centre half board Early morning: canopy walkway over suspension bridges, high up between tall rainforest trees of Kakum National Park; after that ca. 1 hr nature trail with an expert guide. Then (35 km) to Cape Coast Castle Museum and back to KASAPA Centre (ca. 125 km)
14 Fri KASAPA Centre half board Day trip to Accra: sight-seeing, big shop of “Global Mamas”. Back to KASAPA Centre. (Eventually, this day’s programme might be swapped with that of day 4)
15 Sat in the aircraft half board packing and parting, transfer to airport Accra, depature to Europe

women’s travel – details

More information, contact: mail@kasapa.eu

Booking: Through Ghana-Reisen, see booking request, or through our German  partnering agent WomenFairTravel

Move to the top of the page

WordPress theme: Kippis 1.13.3