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Exciting Ghana Cruises
There are a few Ghana cruises you might want to try if you are visiting this West African country. Ghana is situated in West Africa and is bordered by Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and the Gulf of Guinea. The country got its name from the word “Ghana” which signifies “Warrior King.” Ghana was under the British rule until it got its independence in 1957. Here are a few cruises you can take if you are planning a visit to Ghana.Princess Cruises – Ocean Princess
The Ocean Princess cruise is a 32-night cruise that starts in Rome and goes to Cape Town in South Africa. This cruise has Tema as the port of call in Ghana en route to Cape Town. You can join this cruise when it makes it port of call in this city in Ghana. The cruise will then go on to Cape Town with stops in places like Lome, Walvis Bay, Luderitz and, finally, Capetown. The cruise from Tema to Cape Town will take you 10 days.Silversea – Prince Albert II
The Silversea – Prince Albert II cruise is a 22-night cruise from Cape Town to Dakar. This cruise has Takoradi as its port of call in Ghana. You can take this cruise from Takoradi and go up to Dakar. The cruise will stop at exciting places like Greenville and Banjul before finally docking in Dakar. The cruise from Takoradi to Dakar will take you 6 days.
I am dad in a family of five (that's 3 children).
Thinking of taking aboat trip to Europe from Ghana, probably next June.
What would it cost us?
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