The Heritage and Cultural Society of Africa (HACSA)
presents the HACSA Heritage Tours:
A Prestige Guided Tour of Jamestown and Osu

Ghana has a wealth of history and culture that attracts numerous visitors to its shores each year. 2019 is declared the ‘Year of Return, 2019’ by Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo to mark 400 years of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in Jamestown, Virginia. As such Accra offers visitors and residents alike, a wealth of history connected to the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. HACSA presents two informative tours to historical and cultural sites in Jamestown and Osu. The tours will take place on Saturdays, beginning on the 5 th October 2019.

 The Jamestown Slave Route Tour will commence at 2pm-4pm. Visitors will be given the opportunity to explore the internationally recognised vibrant community, ranked 21 st in the Time Out’s list of ‘50 coolest neighbourhoods; The tour includes visits to Jamestown/ British Accra and the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum led by an expert in archeology and heritage studies. 

The Osu Slave Route Tour will take place from 10am-12pm venturing through the thriving part of Ghana’s capital city. The tour includes visits to Danish Osu/ Christiansborg, including a UNESCO World Heritage Site led by an expert in archeology and heritage studies. 


The pickup and drop-off point for guests will be at Accra City Hotel, located in the center of Accra. The cost of each tour is GHS 200 or $38.
The Heritage and Cultural Society of Africa is a non-profit NGO which promotes. African heritage and culture for socioeconomic development, gender equality and youth employment. .

 

Payment can be made at the HACSA Office to Barbara Lassey.

To book a tour :  contact info@thehacsa.org  or +233 (0)505008002.