A response to the curiosity of individuals and groups who still wonders why Ghana, the beautiful and amazing country on the coast of West Africa and south of the Sahara, was named the "GOLD COAST" due to its huge depth of precious stones, out of all the countries of the world by the first European explorers (the Portuguese) to have arrived on this natural resources rich country at the turn of the 15th century. The package takes precious minerals collectors, admirers and enthusiasts on an extraordinary educational, observatory, exploratory and familiarization tours to ancient and contemporary mining sites, pits, towns, communities, companies, institutions and organizations. It present unique moments to satisfy your cravings for a real sight, touch and feel of gold, diamond, manganese and bauxite. This also includes visits to other extractive minerals industry locations such as salt, oil and gas.
As it is often said, "always better to bear personal experience or witness than to be told".
Come along with us on a journey through the unique geographical location at the center of the earth on the Greenwich meridian, where gold can be found even at the least expected places to understand and appreciate the name "Gold Coast" as Ghana was known before independence.
Ghana’s Gold: the land where gold can be found even at the least expected places
Indigenous Mining: intriguing means of entering and exiting the deep belly of the earth in search of gold
Indigenous Mining "galamsey": livelihoods that threatens environment, natural resources, biodiversity, ecology, wildlife, water bodies, flora and fauna
AngloGold Ashanti Mines: world’s largest and richest gold mines
This package forms part of our social, environmental and natural resource commitments to scaling up public education, information dissemination, sensitization and awareness raising on wildlife habitats, biodiversity, water bodies, ecological, environmental, natural resource, flora and fauna degradation, depletion and pollution caused by indigenous or illegal mining "galamsey" and the extractive industry. Our drive also fully captures the criminal and blatant child trafficking, labor and exploitation prevailing at indigenous or illegal mining "galamsey" sites and communities. Through these, we aim to solicit support to implement our alternative sources of livelihood programs for those engaged in unregulated mining, human trafficking especially child trafficking prevention, protection and prosecution, victims assistance and services initiatives and programs.
The tipping point these expeditions, is the remarkable chance to witness or experience the indigenous way of exploration and extraction of gold and diamond from the belly of the earth or river beds, famously called "galamsey" in local parlance and the effect these activities have on water bodies, wildlife, biodiversity, ecological, environment and natural resources. Whilst on the grounds, you have the rarest opportunity to not only see or touch, but also purchase a little piece of pure and undulated precious minerals (Gold or Diamond) from the source of extraction, participation in reafforestation and reclamation of degraded tropical forest and lands, cleaning of water bodies and environments as a unique environmental and natural resources protection trophy, souvenir, social confirmation, attestation or oriental ornaments collection as the icing on cake.
This is our clarion call for all domestic and international Eco tourists, environmental and natural resources protection, climate change and child rights campaigners or activists to stand-up to be counted by patronizing this package as it epitomizes the core essence, principles and philosophy of Ecotourism, environmental, natural resources protection, climate change and child rights advocacy and activism.
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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 fulfillment 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 activities and experiences.
Breath-taking experiences to be selected from include but not limited to educational, familiarization, lobby, campaign or activism visit to contemporary and historical gold mining and other extractive minerals companies, businesses, institutions, organizations and indigenous or illegal mining "galamsey" sites, shafts, tunnels and communities. These include regulatory bodies such as Ghana chamber of mines, Ghana minerals commission, precious minerals marketing company, international mining icons such as AngloGold Ashanti, Prestea gold mines, Tarkwa gold mines, Akwatia diamond mines, Nsuta manganese mines, Awaso bauxite mines, Pambros salt, Ghana oil and gas company, Cape Three Point, local, native and indigenous extractive and mining “galamsey” sites, towns and communities
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.
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