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This trip is an overland trip run in an overland truck. In addition to paying for your trip, you're require to make a separate payment to your tour leader at the start of the trip, usually in USD. Kitties are flexible and change as prices are updated. Therefore you should check the latest kitty amount on this website before you depart.
A kitty is a group fund which covers all accommodation, meals while camping (not in hotels) and activities listed as included. It's a system unique to overlanding to provide the maximum flexibility and best value on the road (you get everything at cost price!). The kitty is your money, not ours, so any amount left over is divided among the group as a refund.Close
|Trip Code||Start Date||End Date||Currency||Kitty|
|ZFA||Saturday 28 Sep 2013||Friday 25 Oct 2013||USD||770.00|
|ZFA||Sunday 08 Dec 2013||Saturday 04 Jan 2014||USD||770.00|
|ZFA||Friday 24 Jan 2014||Thursday 20 Feb 2014||USD||770.00|
|ZFA||Saturday 05 Apr 2014||Friday 02 May 2014||USD||770.00|
|ZFA||Saturday 04 Oct 2014||Friday 31 Oct 2014||USD||770.00|
|ZFA||Sunday 14 Dec 2014||Saturday 10 Jan 2015||USD||770.00|
This truly adventurous and challenging journey starts on the stunning coastline of the Freetown Peninsula before overlanding to Sierra Leone's eastern province to the unique Tiwai Island Wildlife sanctuary, Sierra Leone's first & only community conservation programme. The true adventure however starts as we journey through Sierra Leone's Northern Province into Guinea's stunning mountainous forested area boasting stunning scenery, beautiful hills, lush forests and streams and villages famed for their vine bridges. We cross the border from Guinea and plunge into Cote d'Ivoire; famed for its turbulent past, the Cote d'Ivoire is now stable enough for us to visit. We head south through Cote d'Ivoire, stopping at the capital of Yamoussoukro and the old French capital of Grand Bassam, boasting colonial buildings and beaches. Our journey continues along the Atlantic coast to Ghana where we get hands-on at the Sabre Trust community project in Elmina whilst also finding time to relax on the stunning beaches. We visit the town of Kumasi and Kakum National Park – host to a stunning canopy walkway – before reaching our final destination of Accra, Ghana's capital. This trip truly has everything from cities to mountains and beaches to mud roads!
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