- Resident tour director & English-speaking expert local guides
- Airport meet & greet & return private transfers
- Entrance fees, taxes & tips, & excursions as stated
- 15 breakfasts, 13 lunches & 10 dinners
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Attend a voodoo ceremony in Togo.
Witness a traditional Ashanti funeral, a festive and powerful celebration.
Barter with Togo’s textile queens, Nana Benz, for wax-printed fabric.
Take a private boat to Ganvie, a stilted fishing village.See full tour details.
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Joining the July departure is Sujata Raman, Regional Managing Director of Abercrombie & Kent Australia / Asia Pacific, a position she has held for over a decade. Passionate about seeing the world and experiencing its cultures, Sujata has lived on three continents and visited all seven over many years. Having attended the American University in Cairo and travelled extensively in North Africa, East Africa and Southern Africa, Sujata is now looking forward to exploring the fascinating lands and cultures of West Africa.
To provide you with flexibility and the latest flight offers, we don’t include international flights. Our specialists will be able to find the best travel options to suit you.
As long as we have at least two people booked on an A&K Escorted Tour, it will take place. So you don’t need to worry about a last-minute phone call saying your holiday has to be cancelled. If you’re committed to going, then so are we.
Hotels: Due to limited number of hotels available in the three countries, all hotels listed are subject to change prior to travel. Your A&K representative will keep you informed of any changes and can assist you with a complete and up to date hotel list at time of documentation.
Hotel standards: Hotel standards in these three countries vary greatly and may not always meet A&K’s usual luxurious standard. Best available options are used in every instance.