Jetsanza.com – is Ghana’s only travel news website that provides travelers and industry stakeholders with real-time travel and tourism news, travel tips, and updates on various destinations across the world.
Founded by Travel Blogger Akesse Sanza, Jetsanza.com has been the major source of travel news and information on tourism in Ghana and beyond.
The website has a responsive design, making it easy to read on mobile devices.
With the growing visa fraud cases involving “visa contractors”, Jetsanza.com gives readers insights into travel requirements and guides prospective travelers with visa application tips with the aim of making travel safe, easy, and affordable for all.
About Akesse Sanza
Akesse Sanza is a Ghanaian Travel Blogger, Travel and Tourism Consultant, and Anti-human Trafficking And Safe Migration advocate who hails from Duase in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
He loves to travel and play Djembe.
Akesse Sanza started blogging as a Travel Blogger where he shared his travels on Social Media. He created Jetsanza.com to write about his travels, publish travel news and provide travel tips to travelers.
Though he is well-known as a travel blogger, Akesse owns several blogs in various niches.
Akesse doesn’t only write about travels, he writes about almost everything that he expresses interest in.
He gained prominence among bloggers in Ghana after he released a series of screenshots of his earnings in 2017 and he was reported to be the highest-earning Ghanaian Blogger.
Akesse is a member of Blogging Ghana and Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana.
Akesse is on a mission of exploring God’s creative works by visiting every single country in the world. He travels to see, eat, take photos, and shares the experience.
Akesse Sanza has traveled to over 30 countries. Countries visited include United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia, Togo, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Benin, Egypt, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, South Africa, United Kingdom, Italy, France, The Netherlands, India, China, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Indonesia, Germany, Turkey, Swaziland (Eswatini), Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Australia, Malaysia, Philippines, Belgium … and counting.