• Chocolate Passions Trail

    Exclusive moments for chocolate lovers to experience farm gate activities of the chocolate value chain
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Pleasurable strides in the sky & on top of trees at the world’s longest rain forest canopy walkway
  • Country Side

    Magical co-existence at unique towns where mona monkeys, residents and tourists enjoy excellent peaceful cohabitation
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    Captivating canoe excursions that takes UNESCO world heritage followers and enthusiasts to Nzulezu, the quintessential village on stilt (Ghana's answer to Amsterdam) and other stash away pristine wetlands, fresh water lagoons and/or consummating tropical swamp forest sites
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Upon arrival in Ghana, the first sound you will hear is laughter which makes you feel very welcomed and if you love this, another opportunity await you to experience fascinating birds chirping diverse charming sounds in many tropical rain forests, watch colorful butterflies and other wildlife species
  • History Panorama

    Kwame Nkrumah mausoleum, at the heart of the capital city, Accra in memory of Ghana's first president (the African personality of the millennium)
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Exhilarating companionship, experience Ghana’s internationally acclaimed extreme friendship, courtesy and hospitality even from the wild
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Explore diverse majestic & amazing wildlife species within national wildlife conservation parks
  • History Panorama

    The spiritual river where African Slaves en-route to long domestic and industrial servitude in the New Found World (America) and elsewhere had their last bath and touch of African waters
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    Astonishing cruise to the mystical Dodi Island brings you up close and personal with the wonders of/and across Lake Volta (the world's largest man made Lake by surface area)
  • Native & Indigenous Culture Exploits

    Adowa dance, a flamboyant indigenous and native dance of the Ashanti Kingdom performed with elaborate moves and intricate gestures worth indulging
  • Native & Indigenous Culture Exploits

    Explore, experience and get hands-on with incredible indigenous lifestyles of communication and entertainment offered through majestic drum beats
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    If it must be uniquely impact oriented, deeply satisfying and fun filled beach & sunbathing vacation, it must be Ghana the only place on earth where beach, beats & fun meets
  • Precious Minerals Expedition

    Exclusive moments to satisfy your curiosity as to why Ghana was once named Gold Coast with a visit to this beautiful land where Gold & other minerals can be found even at the least expected places

History Panorama (from US$2,980)

Transatlantic Slavery Panorama

An extraordinary moments to discover Ghana’s long relationship with the western world dating back to the 15th century when the Portuguese explorers first landed on this amazing coast of West Africa in 1471. This package offers an educational, emotional, nostalgic and reawakening walk along notable landmarks, monuments, edifices and institutions within Ghana that has become modern day iconic symbols of remembrance or references of the transatlantic slave trade which facilitated carting away, the most productive human resources available to Africa – young women, men and even children into lengthy periods of industrial and domestic bondage in the new found world (America) and elsewhere.

Landmark of Conscience: iconic bowls carved out of stones from which captured slaves were forced to eat and drink

Magnificent Presidential Museum (Christianborg Castle): former slave dungeon served as seat of colonial and independent governments from 1877 until 2013

The package is designed to offer academics, researchers, students, diaspora Africans, victims and followers of the transatlantic slavery, colonialism, international geopolitics, diplomacy and African independence struggle unique pictorial retracing experiences and/or resonating deeply with Ghana/Africa’s colonial past, history and the transatlantic slave trade. It comes with visit to diverse authentic landmarks, sites, footprints, and edifices of conscience including remarkable ancient slave forth, castles, markets, holding sites, last Bath River, transit routes and many more monuments connected to history, colonialism and the transatlantic slave trade.

Enigmatic Slave River: where captured slaves had their last bath and touch of African waters

Consummating Elmina Castle Built by the Portuguese in 1482: first European building in sub-Saharan Africa served as slave holding post

Choose to go on an inspirational and sensational guided journey with Krinsol Ecotours to most of the epic historical sites that depict hall marks of the transatlantic slave trade to educate, appreciate and make informed decisions regarding the enormity and significance of the legendary transatlantic slave trade to Africa and its people both home and in the diaspora.

Itinerary

Krinsol Ecotours' itinerary isn’t the conventional or traditional itinerary, it absolutely represent a major paradigm shift. Instead of pre-selected sites or attractions by organizers, customers are allowed to fully engage and participate in this key touch point of the customer journey. The ultimate goal is to give full and extended meaning to the concept of experience co-creation.

It’s also a rare opportunity for customers to interact directly with team Krinsol Ectours on best sites and attractions that suit their needs and expectations, and a unique space to begin honest discussions about customers’ needs, wants and expectations, believing that this helps to create a sense of ownership, commitment and how we build a pulsating experience together.

Krinsol Ecotours itinerary concept is influenced by the following key factors:

Experience Co-creation (customization and democratization): Dialoguing with customers in the choice of sites and attractions within a package after booking or reservation, which helps to create symbiotic relationships, a sense of involvement and ownership that ultimately lead to higher levels of commitment and trust.

Spontaneity: Flexibility in choosing sites and attractions in real-time, changes the status quo by avoiding the traditional or conventional and static tour operator pre-selected sites and attractions approach.

Suspense: Attractions can be decided on the move increasing anxiety about the next surprise that ultimately generate that awesome and unique "WOW" effects.

In fulfilment of and conformity with our itinerary strategy, philosophy and culture, collaborative brainstorming processes with customers will be organized for the choice of sites and attractions for each day of the tour.

Breath-taking experiences to be selected from include but not limited to educational, familiarization, remembrance and emancipatory journeys to iconic landmarks of conscience and history such as the Slave last bath river site, Salaga Slave wells, market and cemetery, Presidential Museum (Osu Christianborg Castle), Elmina castle, Cape Coast castle, Fort Sebastian, Fort St Appolonia, Fort Dorothea, Fort S. Antonio, Fort Batensteyn, Fort Metal Cross, Du Bois memorial centre for Pan-African culture, George Padmore research library of African affairs, Kwame Nkrumah memorial park and original grave yard.

Other meticulously earmarked diverse authentic iconic, serene and exotic places that come in handy, fascinating and irresistible options will also be made available during the collaborative brainstorming processes with customers.

Ideal/Typical Itinerary

Day one (1): Arrival, airport or bus terminal courtesies, transfer to accommodation facility, optional brief icebreaker or social, intercultural and diversity unwinding if time permits, retire to bed

Day two (2): Briefing and exchange of pleasantries, questions and answers time, travel to selected sites and attractions for start of the day's activities, optional evening social, intercultural and diversity unwinding depending on time availability, retire to bed

Day three (3): Briefing and exchange of pleasantries, questions and answers time, tour begins with visit to agreed attractions, return to base, submission of comments, complaints and/or compliments, general reflections on the day’s activities, optional evening social, intercultural and diversity unwinding depending on time availability, retire to bed

Day four (4): Briefing and exchange of pleasantries, questions and answers time, visiting of agreed attractions continues, return to base, submission of comments, complaints and/or compliments, general reflections on the day’s activities, optional evening social, intercultural and diversity unwinding depending on time availability, retire to bed

Day five (5): Briefing and exchange of pleasantries, questions and answers time, touring of agreed attractions continues, return to base, submission of comments, complaints and/or compliments, general reflections on the day’s activities, optional evening social, intercultural and diversity unwinding depending on time availability, retire to bed

Day six (6): Briefing and exchange of pleasantries, questions and answers time, wind-up activities including catch-ups, return to Accra if applicable, accommodation check-in, optional evening social, intercultural and diversity unwinding depending on time availability, retire to bed

Day seven (7): Briefing and exchange of pleasantries, questions and answers time, minor tours within Accra, collection of general feedback and reflections on experience and impact of activities, debriefing, transfer to airport, final social, intercultural and diversity unwinding if time permits and departure

 

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ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT DISCOVERING THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS WITHIN GHANA? ARE YOU KEEN ON DEVELOPING DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT, TEAMWORK, SOCIAL AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS THROUGH TOURISM? ARE YOU COMMITTED TO HELPING PROMOTE AND SUSTAIN GHANA’S DOMESTIC TOURISM FOR PRO-POOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT?

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KRA INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS LTD

"Krinsol Ecotours" (Social Enterprise)

P O Box DK 465, Darkuman, Accra, Ghana

+233264475836 +233278895989

+233243030502

North American Agency (NAA)

12400 Carters Grove Pl, Silver Spring

MD 20904, Maryland, USA

+13016751358

E-Mail: talktous@krinsolecotours.com