It would be wonderful to see you in Ghana!
His name is Kofi and he is in Kindergarten in rural Ghana. To see smiles like his and the excitement of children benefiting from CODE’s programs that support literacy and education in Africa is to witness the incredible value and impact that they have. This is why CODE is extending invitations to its donors and friends to participate in the Seeing is Believing Tour – in Ghana!*
*Spaces are limited.
CODE’s Seeing is Believing is planning a 10 day visit to Ghana from February 15 – 25, 2017 that will host a small, intimate group of individuals who share our belief in the importance of literacy and education. In addition to seeing first-hand how our work has such a wonderful and meaningful effect on the lives of these students, their teachers and their futures – we hope this tour will have an equally wonderful and meaningful effect on you.
Please join us for what will prove to be an inspirational visit with CODE to Ghana.
|February 15 – 25, 2017||Depart from your preferred location|
|Day 1||Arrive in Accra (capital city of Ghana) and transferred to your hotel.|
|Day 2||Tour of Accra with behind the scenes exclusive tours.|
|Day 3||Fly to Tamale and embark on a guided walk through a traditional Dagomba village.|
|Days 4–5||Drive to Mole National Park and undertake a trekking safari.|
|Days 6–7||Drive from Mole to Kumasi and make a stop at the Kintampo Falls.|
|Day 8–9||Drive from Kumasi to Elmina and visit Assin-Manso on the way.|
|Day 10||Return to Accra and fly home.|
* Note: The itinerary described here are subject to change. In the event of weather changes, logistical arrangements or local events, we may make changes to your Private Journey.
In addition to visiting schools and their libraries, teachers and students benefiting from CODE programs, the tour is also visiting key attractions and topics of interest such as:
Exploring Accra’s Arts and Crafts market where you can test your bargaining and trading skills.
See elephants and other wildlife at the Mole National Park, home to 93 species of mammals.
Visit to a traditional Dagomba village and attend a traditional dance performance.
Visit the Elmina Castle built by the Portuguese in 1482, its link to the history of slavery and designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Take a walking tour to Africa’s only aerial walkway through the tree canopy at Kakum National Park, a 1000 ft. long and viewing platforms that reach heights of over 150 ft. above ground.
Explore the Ashanti Empire (Land of Gold) established in 1701 – which remains the seat of the Kingdom.
“I found it to be an amazing learning experience. I was so touched by the smiling faces of the children who are so eager to learn that my husband and I made a commitment to help an inner city reading room in Addis Ababa.” - Maureen Campbell, Seeing is Believing Ethiopia participant
For retired librarian Molly Walsh, the trip instilled in her a deep understanding of the hunger to learn in Ethiopia. “My most vivid memories from this trip are the streams of children who seemed forever and everywhere to be going and coming from school on foot; and an image of a young shepherdess, her stick beside her, with her nose in a book in the field while guarding her flock.”
$3,375 U.S. per person (based on double occupancy)*
* Further pricing details available by downloading the tour brochure below.
If you are interested to learn more about this incredible experience, please feel free to either email CODE’s Seeing is Believing Tour at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Allen LeBlanc, Director of Fund Development & Marketing at 1 800-661-2633 ext 232.
Make a donation to the Seeing is Believing tour: