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Kejetia Market Walking Tour in Kumasi
"Meet your guide near Kumasi Cultural Centre and start by listening to an introduction to the markets in the city. Hear advice on how to make the most of your market experience and learn how to spot bargains and hone your market etiquette.Take a public bus with your guide to famous Kejetia Market and then head inside to walk among the many market stalls stopping to soak up a little of the atmosphere. Occupying a 30-acre (12-hectare) site with some 10000 traders Kejetia is widely considered as West Africa’s largest market and is home to a range of goods from across the country. Watch people bartering and buying everything from fabrics and clothing to jewelry
From $43.00
 
Full-Day Keur Moussa Monastery and Kayar Fishing Village Tour from Dakar
"You will be picked up from your Dakar accommodation on a Sunday morning and taken to Keur Moussa Monastery for a memorable church service. You will witness a mass performed by the Keur Moussa monks. During the service The monastery echoes with the sounds of Gregorian chants sung by Benedictine monks accompanied on the traditional kora. Following the mass you may meet the monks and socialize a bit with the congregants before continuing your excursion to the nearby colorful fishing village of Kayar. Upon completion of your visit to the fishing village you will be returned to your accommodation in Dakar."""Keur Moussa Monastery echoes with the sounds of Gregorian chants sung by Benedictine monks accompanied on the traditional kora. The service is sung at 10a.m. on Sunday morning. This excursion includes a visit to the Kayar fishing village.title=Highlights&1=Enjoy+a+day+away+from+the+hustle+and+bustle+of+the+city&2=Family+friendly&3=Ideal+choice+for+families&4=Free+hotel+pickup+and+drop-off+included
From EUR119.00
 
Cape Coast Guided Day Tour
"Enjoy a complimentary hotel pickup and transported to the historic Cape Coast Township for this tour. After a two and a half hour trip from Accra you will arrive in Cape Coast for a guided tour of the castle. Whiles here you will come to terms with the unpalatable conditions that the slaves were subjected to as you witness their cells and difficulty of their incarceration. From here you will understand why there are people of African descent all over the world. medicinal as well as social values of the trees as seen generations past and now. Enjoy some breathtaking view of the countryside and the palm frond beaches as you make this trip. This trip is done with your private tour guide who w history and customs of the communities en route. You will return to Accra after the tour as your private car take you to your hotel.""""Take a trip to the past to learn all you can about the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade as you visit the Cape Coast Castle. Being among the largest slave castles in the world
From $234.00

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Photos of Children

With my camera and printer, I wandered down the levee to visit with those doing laundry at the riverfront. A number of girls and a boy came to find out what was up. I managed to get a few smiles for...
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Rent a guide and pirogue to cross the river

The other side of the Niger river has a number of peaceful Fulani and Bozo villages worth a morning visit. The homes, fishing nets, village crafts of various sorts, and children playing are part of...
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Walk along the seawall and watch the women launder

After our trip across the river, I decided to do some people watching. I passed the ceramics, which appeared similar to the low fire vessels one finds in Mexico. We couldn't possibly pack those in our...
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Segou-Koro

Segou-Koro was capital of the eighteenth-century Bambara Empire, whose influence stretched from the Senegal River to Timbuktu. It's possible to visit the village. You can have an interview with the...
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Cross the Niger in Ségou

it 's pleasant to cross the river in a boat and see the life at the other river bank..take the local boats, they're the only there are anyway..
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Village Life opposite to Segou

Private hired pirogues will take tourists across the shallow Niger river to the villages on the other side. Some villages are Fulani and others are Bozo, among other tribes.
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