Welcome to Kumasi Walking Day Tours. There is soo many things to do in Kumasi, but with a local, by your side, you will tap into that makes this vibrant city tick and tour like a local.
Kumasi is the capital city of the Ashanti region, a very important and historical centre for Ghana. Tradition and Culture are held very high in Kumasi and blends very well with modernity. There is a wide range of attractions in Kumasi.
The city major attraction is the Manhyia Palace Museum, Okomfo Anokye Sword Site, King Prempeh Museum, Central Market, Military Museum, Dakojom Traditional Kenkey Factory. Outskirt Kumasi we have Lake Bosomtwe, Bonwire Kente Weaving Center, Adinkra Cloth Stamping, The Golden Stool is The Ashanti Unity Symbol. The real stool is kept at Manhyia Palace and is brought out only on special occasions. the Anokye Sword sticks out of the ground exactly where – according to legend – the Golden Stool descended from the heavens to mark the beginning of the Ashanti people. Legend has it that if the sword is ever pulled out, the Ashanti kingdom will disappear. Manhyia Palace, better known as Asantehene’s Palace, is the palace of the highest Ashanti ruler. Ashanti kings have never lived in luxury, and visitors are often surprised by how sparse and unpretentious the palace is. The current king lives in a more recent palace directly behind the old one, You might also try to arrive on the Akwasidae Festival – Which is celebrated every 42 days – when the king’s subjects come to pay him homage.In the villages around Kumasi, artisans specialize in crafts such as goldsmithing, wood carving, cloth printing and weaving. Bonwire is the place to go for kente cloth, Pankrono is best for pottery, Ahwiaa for woodcarving and Ntonso for adinkra cloth, lake Bosomtwe, Green ranch Horse Riding.