Ghana Gallery Book NowAsk a Question Teaching students in a Deaf school in GhanaLady carrying fruitOur Ghana groups stay in a big house with a local family. Make local friends and learn about Ghanaian cultureArriving in Ghana - VoluntEars staff collecting group from Accra airportGoing shopping in Cape Coast...by tuk tuk!Time off at the beach in week 2You will never see more smiles than in Ghana!Playing football with students - sticks for goalposts and flipflops flying everywhere!Volunteer at a Deaf school in Ghana with VoluntEarsA huge fishing harbour in Elmina near to Cape Coast in GhanaElmina Castle - one of the biggest slave forts in West Africa. Important history to learn about first hand in GhanaVoluntEars - Aburi Botanical Gardens with our interpreter explaining the tree of lifeTeaching a class in a Deaf school in Ghana...fun for everyone!"Red red" - this dish is SO tasty: fried plantain with spicy beans...yum!Deaf students in Ghana braiding Rianna's hairTeaching women's hygiene to a class in GhanaLots of positive feedback for Lauren from these girls after finishing the class on women's hygieneKakum National Park - on the canopy walkway...what a view!Don't look down! On the canopy Walkway at Kakum National Park in GhanaJoyce: one of the host mothers where our groups stay in Ghana. She will give you a warm welcome!Andy learning how to make bead bracelets with a local deaf studentStudents, teachers and volunteers in a Deaf school in GhanaTake a timeout by Boti waterfallsVolunteer at a Deaf school in Ghana with VoluntEarsThe slave fort in Elmina - millions of Africans were taken from here to the USA during the slave tradeChat with students - they will have lots of questions for you!Ghanaian students dancing - they are MUCH better than us!!Learning some Ghanaian drumming at schoolChoose from many different cakes and smoothies at this local cafe in Cape CoastGroup of students with our volunteersTeaching BSL and learning Ghanaian Sign Language (GhSL)"Jolof rice" - rice cooked in tomato sauce, served with salad and slightly spicy tomato sauceJoin vocational activities like sewing, bead making, shoe making, carpentry, cooking and morePlay sport with the local students - football, volleyball, table tennis, basketballVoluntEars Director Richard Clowes with the Head Teacher of one of our partner Deaf schools, AbrahamCheck out the unusual 3 trunked palm tree at Boti WaterfallsTime off on the beach on the last afternoon of the tripRianna teaching an art class in Ghana. If you have a skill or talent, tell us and we'll help you use it during the tripEnoch who works for VoluntEars demonstrating that Ghanaians can carry anything on their heads!Visiting Boti waterfalls where you can cool down by swimming in the water Next Steps Book Now Complete our simple, secure online application form to secure your place today. Book Now Got a Question? Send us a message or launch our live chat now application in the bottom right corner. Contact us Video Chat Arrange a video chat with our BSL qualified staff or ex-volunteers. Send Request Join our NewsletterSubscribe to our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from VoluntEars. Subscribe You have Successfully Subscribed!