Are you ready to experience the rich history of west Africa and participate in the 4th Annual African Kundalini Yoga Festival? This year’s theme is Commitment: The First Step Towards Happiness. Some of the highlights of the tour include visits to: The Tamale in the Northern Region and the local Cultural Center The Nania Slave camp that served as warehouse for slave traders and the Sirigu Women’s Organization for Pottery and Art The Kintampo Waterfalls, one of the impressive falls in Ghana Ahwiaa – the woodcarver’s village specializing in woodcarving such as the Ashanti stools, fertility dolls and walking sticks Ntonso – Adinkra cloth and tie-and-dye process where you will have an opportunity to create your own designs and Bonwire for the famous Kente cloth Tafi –Atome Monkey Sanctuary near Nyagbo. This unique Monkey Sanctuary lies in a beautiful peaceful village whose inhabitants believe the rare True Mons Monkeys to be sacred and is messengers of the gods and their protectors Cape Coast Castle which was originally started by the Swedes in 1652. It served as the headquarters and seat of the British colonial government until 1877 Please see below for details on payment, vaccinations and round trip airfare. Call us at 323-735-0500 with any questions. Sat Nam!
African Kundalini Yoga Festival
Mercredi, November 4, 2015 - 10:30am to Dimanche, November 8, 2015 - 10:30am