8-day trip to

ghana

August 16th - 23rd, 2020

Capacity: 12 spots available

If you missed the year of return, we got you! Experience the best of Ghana during Chale Wote, the largest street art festival in West Africa, visit the slave castles of Ghana’s coast, and enjoy Accra’s best food and nightlife spots. Plus, create real social impact by mentoring girls at Soronko Academy, West Africa’s first human-centered design school.

Highlights

  • Beach Day Hang-out

  • Accra monuments tour including Kwame Nkrumah Memorial and Black Star Square

  • Explore Jamestown during Chale Wote Festival

  • Cape Coast Castle Tour and lunch in Elmina

  • Osu Shopping Experience

  • Mentoring Day with students enrolled in our GIRLS MAP program

  • Ample free time to relax, shop, and sight-see at your own pace

what's included

  • Airport transfer

  • Ground transportation: private car and driver

  • Double occupancy accommodation

  • Meals: all breakfasts, 4 lunches, and 4 dinners

  • Entry fees for excursions and activities

  • Girls MAP Patronage

  • Photography

Not included

Roundtrip airfare, visa fees, medical care, travel insurance, and some meals.

Airfare could be anywhere from $1,000 - $1,700 for an economy class roundtrip ticket.

CoST

$2,700

 

client reviews

"My maiden adventure to Ghana was fantastic and Girls Trip Tours was outstanding in their effort in arranging our comfort, well being, and enjoyment. I am accustomed to luxury travel and was impressed by how well this young entrepreneur, Eyitemi, set out with purpose and forethought to create extraordinary experiences and weave in women's empowerment and positivity about the Motherland." - Former Ford Foundation Executive

"There's nothing else like Girls Trip out there. When people ask me why I went to Ghana, the best simple explanation I can come up with is "tourism." But that doesn't even begin to do the trip justice. You are not simply a passive tourist on this trip. You are an active participant in a global sisterhood. You forever become linked to women of all ages from multiple African countries and the diaspora that are all working in some way or another to inspire and lift one another up. I am in awe of my experience and it will shape my life for decades to come." - eBay Taxonomist)

Girls trip was the time of my life! At first I was a bit intimidated by the high cost. However, during the trip with our personal photographer, the endless meals, and all-day driver made every moment perfect. I loved the mentoring aspect of the trip and still keep in touch with some of the girls. This was my first time in West Africa and it made me so excited to return. There was so much inspiration, self-love, and joy surrounding this trip. Temi was a great host and it was even more exciting to get to meet the local influencers." - LinkedIn Product Manager