We are one of the leading Travel and Tour Agencies in Ghana. Zuk-Madil Tours was established with the aim of sharing Ghana in all its beauty and uniqueness with anyone who is interested. We expose visitors to the scintillating Ghanaian cultures, give them a taste of our sumptuous delicacies, and show them wonderful sights that will forever remain in their memories. To put it simply, we treat them to the Ghana experience. Read more
Ghana Ecotourism Destinations
One of our Accra based guides will show you around the buzzing metropolitan area where cultures, languages, religious and people of all come together. Enjoy the scenery as your guide explains Accra’s history, present and future.
it contains more tourist attraction sites than most of the other regions. Rich in culture and tradition, the Northern region sits conveniently among the loveliest regions in the country. Tourists are treated to a nice...
You will be led to the Cape Coast Castle, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Following a scrumptious lunch at Hans Cottage, you get an educational tour about the castle’s history and cultural significance, ...
Welcome to the Land of Sunshine, also reffered to as an 'Island of Peace'. Ghana is one of the thriving democracies in Africa, inhabited by the world's friendliest people.
Ghana, the gateway to Africa is situated right in the heart of West Africa . Its borders extend from the Gulf of Guinea covering a distance of about 672km from the south to the north, and about 540 km from the east to the west.
The country is bordered to the north by Burkina Faso , the east by Togo, the south by the Atlantic Ocean and the west by Cote d'Ivoire . A narrow grassy plain stretches inland from the coast, widening in the east, while the south and west are covered by dense rainforest. To the north are forested hills, beyond which is dry savannah and open woodland. In the far north is a plateau averaging 500m (1600ft) in height. In the east the Akuapim hills run inland from the coast along the Togo border. The Black and White Volta rivers enter Ghana from Burkina Faso , merging into the largest manmade lake in the world, Lake Volta. Ghana 's coastline is dotted with sandy palm-fringed beaches and lagoons.
Ghana experiences two major seasons:
the rainy season and the dry season.
There are two main seasons of rainfall in the south starting from April to June and the minor rains from September to October.
The northern region experiences a single rainy season from June to October. There is a dry season from November to April.
Benin is situated in West Africa on the northern coast of the Gulf of Guinea. It is bordered in the north by Niger and Burkina Faso, in the east by Nigeria, in the west by Togo, and in the south by the Atlantic Ocean.
The capital of Benin is Porto-Novo, but the seat of government is in Cotonou, the country's largest city. Benin has four geographical regions. A flat narrow strip runs along the gulf coast. Further north, flat lowlands turn into a network of swamps and lagoons. In the country’s north, dense vegetation covers flat lands that gradually rise into broad plateaus and small groups of hills. In the northwest, Benin is dominated by the Atakora Mountains, which rises as high as 3,000 feet. The northeast, meanwhile, consists of fertile plains.
The coastal strip is sandy with coconut palms. Beyond the lagoons of Porto Novo, Nokoue, Ouidah and Grand Popo is a plateau rising gradually to the heights of the Atakora Mountains. From the highlands run two tributaries of the Niger, while southwards the Ouémé flows down to Nokoue lagoon. Mono River flows into the sea at Grand Popo and forms a frontier with Togo.
Togo, also known as the Togolese Republic can be on the west coast of Africa. It has land boundaries with Burkina Faso to the north, Benin to the east, Ghana to the west, and the south is bordered with the Gulf of Guinea (Atlantic Ocean).
Togo is an interesting tiny sliver of a country with dense forests, savannah, coastal lagoons, long sandy beaches and swampy plains. It is traversed in the centre by a chain of hills, the Atakora Mountains, extending roughly southwest into Ghana, north eastward into Benin and averages about 2,300 ft in height.
The highest elevation is Mt. Agou (3,235 ft). To the north and west of these hills the Oti River drains in a south westerly direction into the Volta River, which constitutes a part of the boundary with Ghana. To the north of the Oti River valley lies gently undulating savannah country.
From the southern spur of the central hills a plateau stretches gradually southward to a coastal plain. The 31 mile (54 km) long coastline consists of flat sandy beach thickly planted with coconut trees and partially separately from the mainland by a series of lagoons and lakes which are former estuaries of several rivers.
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We provide very customized and optimized itineraries designed for a lifetime experience. Our clients feel the culture and experience Ghana through the immersive nature of our tours. Helping them build deep and meaningful relationships despite the language barriers.
We commit to staying in touch with you and consciously helping you fully understand what to expect in Ghana and on the tours. Our customers say “the team is the best and the most friendliest people I have ever met”. We believe that good friends work well together. We go the extra mile to attend to our customers like friends, we help them, listen to them and guide them with regards to choices and decisions whilst in Ghana.