Travel from ghana to south africa by road



Our “Inyamazane Route” starts with one night in Johannesburg, two nights in the Kruger Park area, through Swaziland and Shakaland to Durban for two nights, ending with a three-night stay in Cape Town.

OPTIONAL: Regular full day sightseeing tour of Johannesburg and Soweto (starting 09.30hrs) – Visit of the city’s most iconic historical sites including Nelson Mandela’s house-museum. Lunch at a local restaurant. Soweto half day alternative without lunch starting at 14.00hrs. Accommodation.

INCLUDED: Photographic safari in open 4×4 vehicle on the roads of the Kruger Park with English speaking guide. The guide will rotate between the different vehicles in case there are more than 09 people.

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Durban International Airport for your scheduled flight to Cape Town (flight cost not included). Upon arrival in Cape Town, reception and transfer to the hotel with English speaking guide/driver. Rest of the day and meals free.


Travel in small group to discover a territory with villages with spectacular natural beauty. We will also visit the Mole National Park and discover fetish villages in the area of the Mono River.

All about Ghana in 13 days: the country of colors: we propose you a trip to discover a young country that keeps in its territories spectacular natural beauties. And ancestral villages where coexist some populations that preserve their traditional beliefs between Christianity, Islam and animist religions. We will leave in a group of maximum 16 travelers and although the roads are hard, the surprises are pleasant every day of the trip: from the market of Kumasi, through the reserve of Mole, or the beaches of Kokobrite…

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Journey to the heart of the Sahel, where the desert is at its deadliest

When traveling it is important to know in advance the chosen destination, not only prepare the route, choose flights and accommodations, know something about their culture and customs, it is also necessary to know what kind of dangers we can find and how to solve it, so the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation reports on its website, which countries are more dangerous and which ones should not be visited.

El Salvador because it has one of the highest homicide rates in the world and there are criminal groups called “maras” (gangs) operating throughout the country; in Honduras the insecurity situation is serious, especially in the large urban centers of Tegucigalpa, Ceiba and San Pedro Sula; in Nicaragua where there are strong disturbances in several parts of the country; Venezuela has a very high level of insecurity, and homicide and kidnapping rates are a cause for concern.

In St. Lucia, with the start of the high tourist season, the number of violent street robberies, rapes and especially armed robberies in homes has increased again; in Guatemala, in February, the Fuego volcano erupted; and finally, in Suriname, there may be cases of infection by the dengue, chikungunya and zika viruses.

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