Traveltime Africa, the best!
I love traveling with traveltime Africa! When I’m planning on vacation to Ghana and have no idea which places to visit, Traveltime Africa team are so professional in organizing great accommodation, meals and more. They’ll let you visit fascinating places in Africa you’ll even wish to stay. Travel with Traveltime Africa. They’re simply the best!
I didn’t even know about this group but its hard to forget about them after this wonderful trip. It was rewarding, eye opening, and an experience I will never forget. The planners were respectful and always welcomed our opinions. Don’t play yourself, travel and explore Ghana with travel time
Africa. Am Maame from the USA
Visited Ghana for 11 days with Traveltime Africa. Mordecai ( the owner) put together an amazing tour package that covered Greater Accra, Cape Coast, Ashanti Region, Brong Ahafo Region, the Eastern and Northern Regions, and Volta Region. Mordecai, Saka,Nii Adou, and Eureka provided in-depth experiences in each region. We were immersed in Ghanaian culture. We visitied Accra Mall, Labadi Beach,Independence Star Square,Jamestown, Mokola Market ( enormous market),W.E.B Dubois Center, Kakum Canopy Walk ( amazing experience), Elmina Castle, Bonwire Kente Village, Manhiya Palace & Museum, Kintampo Water Falls ( amazing nature), Boabeng Monkey Sanctuary ( the monkeys are out in the open and you actually feed the monkeys), Larabanga Mosque (oldest Mosque), Kwame Mkrumah Memorial Park, Boti Waterfalls and Slave River. All of the tour sites were amazing and a “Must See”. We had a great time! We also ate in wonderful local restaurants ( Zen Garden, Buka, Asanka, Sahara, Ikes, and Little Havana. Traveltime will provide a tailor made experience for you.I totally recommend this tour company.
Amazing Cape Coast
I did this tour with four others.
The Cape Coast and Elmina Castles and the park are some of the numerous “must sees” in Ghana. It’s a long drive from Accra so we overnighted to ensure we did everything.
The highlight of the park is the experience crossing a series of suspension bridges. Not for those afraid of heights-there is a moderate piece they say can be managed by those with the phobia but even that proved challenging for one of our party. She was a good sport though and completed the piece to rousing cheers!
The slave castles evoke strong emotions for many and the guides are very thorough with their narrative.
Traveltime Africa then took us on a walking tour through the town where we were able to see the non-tourist “real” Elmina.
We began at Elmina Chapel Square (start of point of Elmina) and also the First Methodist Church built on the soil of Gold Coast and walked to Elmina fish market, the biggest in Ghana. Some fishers were prepping to go to work that evening and Traveltime Africa persuaded them to have us on their canoe for a look around before they set sail!
We also walked to the salt mining area to view the ponds.
One group member was even able to buy some cloth and take it to one of the many a seamstresses on the street and Traveltime Africa ensured she got the promised outfit the next day!
Traveltime Africa provided the icing on the cake by rustling up an impromptu bonfire and drumming session on the beach in the shadows of the Elmina Castle.
Just one element of a truly #unforgettablesummer #TraveltimeAfrica
My teenage daughters, 2 friends, and I loved our visit to Ghana and would recommend this tour company to anyone who truly wants to see the country. Guides were very knowledgeable and enhanced our understanding of our cultural connections. We went to Teshie to see customized coffins; toured Osu Castle; Jamestown; Nzulezo Village (on stilts); Boti Falls; Elmina Castle; Kumasi; walked the canopy aerial bridges in Kakum National Park; and climbed Mount Afadjato, Ghana’s highest mountain. The company provided a driver, took us to a variety of local restaurants, as well as several of Ghana’s major museums and markets. Thanks Mordecai and Saka for your hospitality!