Land Tours Ghana, is the premier Destination Management Company in Ghana, with a track record of over 23 years of excellence in assisting with individual and group travel to West Africa. The tours we offer span an array of experiences, ranging from cultural, educational, to eco-adventure; and we often customise programs to meet diverse needs and interests.Read More

From touring the ancient colonial castles along the Ghanaian coast or exploring vast natural reserves in Benin to the glorious beaches in Senegal and Sao Tome, our priority is providing a seamless and fulfilling travel experience, ensuring that our clients see the very best of Ghana and West Africa.
Our corporate events division has successfully provided destination management services for donor and governmental agencies, diplomatic organisations, educational institutions, religious organisations and international and local corporations, with guaranteed success of clients’ meetings, conferences, events and many more.


Energetic Ghana is a relatively small country positioned on the west coast of Africa bordering Côte d’Ivoire to the west, Burkina Faso to the north and Togo to the east. With sunshiny beaches, lush vegetation, coastal forts and vibrant cities Ghana is an un-licked cub with its whole life ahead of it. Heavily populated Accra is Ghana’s smallest region, but don’t be mistaken as this is where big things happen! It used to be an important Dutch port and the administrative capital for the British Gold Coast. Ghana has a market-based economy exporting mainly gold, oil and cocoa. Accra is a budding metropolis, and there are several shopping malls and numerous hip restaurants to tantalize your taste buds.

Furthermore, the city houses many cultural and historical sites, such as Read More

Independence Square, Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, The National Archives of Ghana, Osu Castle, the WEB Dubois Memorial Centre, the National Museum, and the Artists’ Alliance Gallery. Jamestown, the harbour and fishing community is one of the oldest districts in Ghana and a popular attraction for those in search of the remnants of Accra’s regal past.

Shopping is plentiful and you can explore anything from arts, crafts and dusty artefacts to jewellery, textiles and clothing from all around Ghana and West Africa.

Now that you’ve worked up an appetite, Ghanaian cuisine introduces a lot of tropical produce like corn, beans, millet, plantains and cassava into their menu and popular dishes like Waakye, Banku and tilapia, Red-red and Tuo Zaafi can be sampled at the ‘chop bars’ available on every street corner.

Ghana’s nightlife will not leave you wanting, with buzzing DJ bars, cocktail bars, pubs and clubs to dance the night away or make your acquaintance with the friendly locals, there’s no chance of boredom in these lively establishments!

Accommodation is in abundance and of a good standard, a number of new and upmarket hotels are constantly opening their doors leaving you spoilt for choice. Ghanaians are well known for their pride and warm hospitality which is evident in their high level of service standards.

Getting around in Ghana could leave you jumbled, taxis are easily accessible from the street, but unmetered, so up your negotiation skills beforehand. Car hire is obtainable and it’s possible to hire a vehicle with a driver which is usually the more reliable route.

Ghana – Africa’s darling awaits!

Destination Info


Mawuli Dzebo – Managing Director

Tel: +233 (0) 302 761752

Cell: +233 (0) 241 271 412

Fax: +233 (0) 302 761751



Address: 199 Soula Loop, North Labone, Accra, Ghana


“I never knew of a morning in Africa when I woke up and was not happy.”

– Ernest Hemingway