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Dak‘Art & St Louis Jazz Festival in Senegal, May 2016


Day 1: Dakar, Senegal – May 11 Arrive Dakar; meet assist and transfer to your hotel. Overnight at Hotel Ndiambour Day 2: Dakar/Goree Island/Dakar– May 12 After breakfast, go on a city tour of Dakar. Bargain at the colorful markets including Tilen Market, famous for a variety of medicinal herbs and traditional healers. Visit the National Art Gallery and the picturesque residential district of Medina. In the afternoon, go back in time at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Goree Island which houses “The Door of No Return”. Visit the...

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Panafest Celebration in Ghana, 10 Days


Day 1:  Accra, Ghana- July 26, 2017 Arrive Accra; meet assist and transfer to Hotel. This evening there is a welcome dinner with entertainment. There will be an orientation which includes a discussion on Ghanaian history and culture; a fashion show with tailors and dressmakers from whom you can order custom made outfits will be in attendance. Meal(s) Included: Dinner Overnight at Accra City Hotel or Similar Day 2: Accra- July 27, 2017 Full day Tour of Accra, visit the W.E.B. Du Bois Center honoring the life of one of the most prominent...

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Ghana, Togo & Benin Including the Annual Ouidah Voodoo Festival January 2017

Ghana, Togo and Benin

Visit Ghana, Togo and Benin In 1996 the government of Benin decreed that Voodoo was an official voodoo a religion practiced by more than 60% of Benin’s over 10 million residents. For millions of Beninese, voodoo is an integral part of everyday life. It does have a dark side – and you cannot avoid the many voodoo dolls riddled with  pins and nails.  Ouidah is the spiritual capital of voodoo and was once a major slave-trading post On January 10 every year ceremonies and festivities take place   on the beach near the monument...

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