One of the benefits of our scheme is the scheduled weekend breaks at some of the best holiday spots in Ghana.
Although we cannot show you everything, you will visit different areas of the country from coast to cities to rain forest. Use these experiences to plan a holiday of your own or a longer term volunteer scheme. Whatever you do you will come back home with wonderful memories!
Cape Coast & Anamabou Beach Resort
The first weekend break is of two nights based at Anamabou beach resort along the coast from the ancient, vibrant city of Cape Coast. Your accommodation is in simple and well appointed "mud" huts alongside the beach and just a short stroll from the excellent bar and restaurant. Relax on the golden beach and enjoy the Atlantic Ocean in all its glory. There are body boards to use and boats available to hire for those who want to brave the rollers or you can just chill out with a beer and some freshly cooked sea food!
From this base, visits are arranged to:
Kakuum National Park with its award winning 40 metre high aerial walkway in the rain forest canopy.
Hans Cottage, Built over a crocodile pond, this is a restaurant and hotel with a difference! The food is excellent and the restaurant very popular and you can also catch up with your e-mails if the cyber cafe is on line.
Cape Coast, with its vibrant market place and forbidding slavers castles there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The second break is also two nights, at the Paradise Resort Hotel at Lake Bosumtwe. The idyllic setting of this beautiful volcanic lake ringed by small fishing villages is the perfect place to simply relax. There is no need to worry about crocodiles or bilharzias (a waterborne parasitic disease) because neither is present.
If relaxing is not on your mind then try out the local fishing "boats" on the lake or hike between villages on the lake shore then return to luxurious comfort of the hotel.
Optional Visit to Lake Volta
We also an offer an optional visit at
the end of the project to the beautiful area around Lake Volta and the Wli falls.
The Assin Endwa Trust U.K. is a registered charity, No: 1087136
Two Nations - One Trust.
The Assin Endwa Trust UK is a registered charity, No: 1087136