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XMAS IN GHANA

Take a trip to beautiful Ghana this Christmas

Visit beautiful Ghana this Christmas

Africa's prime destination rich in african culture.

Welcome to ghana

Enjoy a week of Ghana's culture and heritage. Visit many of the best local attractions, enjoy the activities, dance,  eat and have fun all of it.

Merchantry Worldwide brings you an exclusive package to explore Ghana this Christmas and New Year.

Ghana is still one of Africa's best-kept secret. Although it might be well-known for its vast diversity and rich culture it still has much more to offer to its visitors. 

 

From its beautiful beaches to its luscious mountain forests, it possesses all wonder and excitement one would be able to enjoy for days.

Packages from as little as $4,000.

What to Expect...

AFRICAN DANCE PERFORMANCES

BEACH POLO PARTY

ACCRA CITY TOUR

AFROCHELLA

KAKUM CANOPY WALK

NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER & PARTY

SHOPPING

MUCH MORE...

ACTIVITIES

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ACCRA'S JAMESTOWN

Jamestown is one of the oldest districts in the city of Accra, and following the rapid growth of the city during the 20th century, it became an area of a dense mixture of commercial and residential use. Jamestown is a vibrant place, full of beautifully disheveled colonial buildings, clapboard houses and corrugated iron shacks. The top of the whitewashed lighthouse provides a great view of the city and the busy and colorful fishing harbor.

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AFRO-CULTURAL EXPERIENCES

Celebrate Ghana’s diverse culture and the inspiring work of Ghanaian creatives and entrepreneurs. Be captivated by immersive experiences highlighting art, fashion, music, local vendors, and delectable dishes, culminating in can’t-miss live Afrobeats performances.

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AKWAMU TRIBE VISIT

Spend a morning as a guest of the Akwamu King Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III. The Akwamu led an expansionist empire in the 17th and 18th centuries. At the peak of their empire, the Akan people created an influential culture that has contributed to at least three countries in West Africa. A formal audience with the Akwamu King and a variety of traditions and customs as part of it will bring you closer to your ancestral roots.

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ARTS CENTER

At the Arts Center, the National Center for Culture in Accra, you can practically find everything your shopper’s heart desires from woven Kente cloth, wooden sculptures, beadworks, leather bags, earrings and other fashion accessories, to the latest in African fashion and handcrafted works of art and souvenirs from all over Ghana.

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CAPE COAST CASTLE

Cape Coast Castle is one of about 40 "slave castles," or large commercial forts, built on the Gold Coast of West Africa by European traders. We retrace our ancestral steps and learn in detail about the horrors perpetrated upon our forefathers there. The experience is initially shocking and even heartbreaking, but also incredibly empowering as we leave with a deeper understanding of how our ancestors beat inconceivable odds to make our lives possible.

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CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Adults and kids alike will have the option to partake in activities of cultural significance like pottery, painting, Afrobeats dance, drumming and more.

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DAY OF SERVICE

As part of the EFCF, we will congregate on Black Star Square along with 5000 Ghanaian street children to play games, join in fun contests and connect. From providing meals to administering free health screenings and providing school supplies and shoes, we will work with local businesses and organizations to ensure that the impact of the EFCF will be felt locally and long-term.

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KAKUM NATIONAL PARK

Kakum National Park protects an area of rainforest home to endangered mammals such as forest elephants, bongo antelopes and primates like the Diana monkey. The park is rich in butterflies and birds, including African grey parrots and hornbills. The Canopy Walkway, suspended 100 feet above the ground, provides incredible treetop views of the forest.

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KWAME NKRUMAH MAUSOLEUM

The Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and Memorial Park is the final resting place of Ghana’s first President. The museum hosts rare artifacts relating to Ghana’s independence and gives visitors an in-depth history of the Sub-Saharan struggle for independence. The mausoleum, covered from top to bottom with Italian marble with a black star at its apex to symbolize unity, houses the mortal remains of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and his wife Fathia Nkrumah. It is meant to represent an upside-down sword, which in the Akan culture is a symbol of peace.

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MAKOLA MARKET

Makola Market is a renowned market place and shopping district in the center of Accra. A wide array of products, from car parts to land snails, is sold on the market and its surrounding streets. Dominated by women traders, the market vendors sell fresh produce, local and imported foods, clothes, shoes, tools, medicine, pots and pans and jewelry made from locally handcrafted beads. The energy, the hustle and bustle, and the salesmanship are sure to amaze and inspire.

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NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATION & LABADI BEACH SUNRISE BREAKFAST

We will ring in the New Year with a lavish and festive New Year’s Eve dinner and party planned exclusively for EFCF attendees and guests. On New Year’s morning, after a magical night of celebrating the turn of another year, we congregate on beautiful Labadi Beach to bring in 2020 in the spirit of reflection, gratitude and love. A rebirth of sorts in the waters of the Gulf of Guinea, after a few deeply and emotionally engaging days in West Africa, culminates in a delectable beach-side breakfast buffet. The celebration will continue with a New Year’s Day pool party with something for adults and kids of all ages.

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NIGHTLIFE

We will have nightly party options available for our guests, which will help ensure this experience will be remembered forever. From a Polo tournament soiree set on the beach to a themed pool party as well as local rooftop clubs featuring celebrity DJs, you will experience a local party vibe second to none, with an upscale international flair.

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ROYAL SENCHI EXCURSION

The luxurious Royal Senchi Hotel and Resort is situated in one of the most beautiful locations in Ghana on the banks of the famous Volta River in the Eastern Region. Spectacular views and a unique architectural design blends traditional Ghanaian styles with the modernity of the highest international standards of comfort. With its adjacent lush green 35-acre conservation nature park (home to rare butterfly and bird populations), there are endless opportunities to relax and enjoy a variety of optional activities (boat cruise on the Volta Lake, swimming, kayaking, paddle boating, golf driving range, volleyball, mini soccer, ping pong etc.).