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Photo albums | Ghana Middle Belt (Ashanti, beads and nature)(26 images)

In the heart of the middle-belt you find Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti region where you find graces of the glorious past when visiting Menhya Palace Museum and the cultural centre. This part of the country is also called the bread-basket of the country as the majority of food crops are harvested here. Furthermore, you find a handful of lushly vegetated tropical forest reserves and botanical arboretums, wild life sanctuaries and great birding spots.

Atewa forest near KibiAtewa forest near Kibi
Drinking palm wineDrinking palm wine
Palm wine productionPalm wine production
Cocoa productionCocoa production
Palm wine productionPalm wine production
Hollow tree in Baobeng FiemaHollow tree in Baobeng Fiema
Mona monkey in Boabeng Fiema Monkey SanctuaryMona monkey in Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary
Baobeng villageBaobeng village
Mona monkey in Boabeng Fiema Monkey SanctuaryMona monkey in Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary
Mona monkey in Boabeng Fiema Monkey SanctuaryMona monkey in Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary
Monkey cemetery in Boabeng Fiema Monkey SanctuaryMonkey cemetery in Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary
Road in Boabeng Fiema Monkey SanctuaryRoad in Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary
Boabeng Fiema Monkey SanctuaryBoabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary
Boabeng villageBoabeng village
Bobiri Forest Reserve guesthouseBobiri Forest Reserve guesthouse
Bobiri Forest Reserve guesthouseBobiri Forest Reserve guesthouse
Bobiri Forest Reserve guesthouseBobiri Forest Reserve guesthouse
Glass bead industry Glass bead industry
Glass bead industry Glass bead industry
Glass bead industry Glass bead industry
Glass bead industry Glass bead industry
Tano GroveTano Grove
Tano GroveTano Grove
Fresh coconut juiceFresh coconut juice
Cashew treeCashew tree
Child in BerekumChild in Berekum
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I travelled with Apollo for two weeks throughout Ghana, Togo, and Benin. I had the freedom to go where I wanted, when I wanted, as fast as I wanted, and change plans daily, all with the security of a knowledgeable guide.

Through Apollo’s professionalism, excellent conversation, courtesy, open mindedness, tolerance and enthusiasm I was able to learn and live Africa more so than many of my other trips combined. Africa is no longer a distant place on a map, or a show on T.V. but many faces, smiles, songs, smells, colors and friends to me. Travel needs to be experienced in this way.

The world needs more Apollo’s to bring us all a little closer together, understand each other better, break barriers and live and breathe a country that is not our own. Thank you for the fantastic memories, daily experiences, conversation, trust, comfort, laughs and friendship.

Can’t think of anything I would have changed.

Ginny,
Canada.