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The tour will take place from December 25th to January 3rd, 2024.
~ The highlights of the tour include:
~ Network Diaspora: December 100
~ VIP Afrochella
~ VIP All White Party
~ VIP New Year's Eve Party
~ Cultural Experiences
~ Beach Stay
~ Ancestral Wall and Aburi Botanical Garden
The cost of the tour is $3,000 per person (single-occupancy; you don’t want to share a room) and $2,500 per person (double-occupancy; you have a roommate) . This includes all-inclusive accommodations, meals, transportation, and entry into all events. Airfare is not included.
In addition, a processing fee of 2.9% + $0.30 is assessed on all Credit/Debit card payments. Full payments can be made by wire transfer, upon request.
A non-refundable deposit of $400 is required to secure your spot on the tour. The remaining balance is due November 16th.
Cancellations made 60 days or more prior to the start of the tour will receive a full refund minus the deposit. Cancellations made less than 60 days prior to the start of the tour will not be refunded.
Citizens of most countries will need to obtain a visa to enter Ghana. You can apply for a visa online or at the Ghanaian embassy or consulate in your country.
The COVID-19 vaccine is NOT REQUIRED. Ghana requires the yellow fever vaccine for all travelers over the age of 9 months. You can get the vaccine at most travel clinics or doctor's offices. The vaccine is effective for 10 years, so you only need to get it once.If you do not have proof of vaccination or a waiver, you will not be allowed to enter Ghana. You can get a yellow fever vaccination certificate from your doctor or travel clinic. The certificate will show the date you were vaccinated and the name of the vaccine manufacturer.
Ghana’s currency is the cedi, which comes in denominations of GHC 200, 100, 50, 20,10, 5 and 1. Coins come in denominations of one GHC and 50p, 20p, 10p, 5p & one pesewas. Foreign currency can be freely exchanged at any Forex Bureau in the country.
Apart from Forex Bureau, some commercial banks also exchange foreign currency. Banks are normally open from 8:30 am to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Some banks also operate on Saturdays from 09:00 – 14:00 GMT. Most large commercial banks will also have automatic teller machines located outside and available during and after hours. Most will take VISA and a few other check cards.
The most widely accepted credit cards are Visa and MasterCard. These cards are accepted in major hotels, restaurants, banks and businesses. Your card may be used for payment at most all airlines, leading hotels and major supermarkets. However, be cautious when using your credit to avoid fraud.
Tipping is permitted in hotels, restaurants, etc. It is rarely added to the bill. Whenever it is not added the quality of service should dictate your generosity to the waiter, taxi driver, porter, tour guide, etc.
The dress code for the tour is casual-sophistication. Please be sure to pack comfortable clothing that is appropriate for the various activities that will be taking place.
The weather in Ghana in December and January is typically warm and sunny. The average temperature ranges from 75°F to 85°F. There is a small chance of rain, but it is usually short-lived.
All transportation arrangements will be taken care of by the tour organizers. You will be provided with private transportation to and from the airport, as well as transportation to and from all events.
You will be staying in upscale accommodations throughout the tour. The exact accommodations will be confirmed closer to the start of the tour.
Ghanaian food is a delicious blend of West African cuisines. You will be able to sample a variety of traditional Ghanaian dishes during the tour. More commonly known American and European dishes are also available.
Safe but it is advisable for visitors to use bottled drinking water, which is available for sale in hotels and supermarkets. Also, advisable to take at least one Pepto-Bismol or something similar per day while you stay.
If you are bringing along any electrical appliances, they should operate on or be adaptable to 220 / 240 volts. Electric outlets in Ghana accept either 3-pronged, or sometimes 2-pronged. British or Continental European type plus or converters.
Modern private and public hospitals and clinics are available in all cities and big towns. Tourists should contact travelers’ medical insurance companies to cover any medical contingencies while away from their home countries.
In addition to the highlights listed above, there will be a variety of other activities taking place on the tour. These activities may include:
~ Visits to local markets and shops
~ Traditional dance lessons
~ Tailored for you African Attire
~ Visits to historical sites
· Tago Waterfalls
· Boat tour
You can contact the tour organizers by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +1 203.200.7908.
I hope this answers your questions about the Return-Connect-Build International Tour to Ghana. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact the tour organizers.
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