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Lake Volta PHOTO: Touring Ghana

Lake Volta: The Breathtaking site of the World’s Largest Man made reservoir

Advertisement In 1961, Ghana’s first president Dr. Kwame Nkrumah embarked on an ambitious project to construct the world’s largest water reservoir. At the time, the project was deemed overly ambitious and near-impossible by many who thought Nkrumah was going beyond the limit in terms of what the country can achieve or do. However by 1965,...Read More
2018 Kundum Festival PHOTO CREDIT: Ben Kwame Tomo

Kundum Festival of the Ahanta and Nzema People (See awesome photos)

The Kundum Festival is regarded as the oldest documented festival in the history of the Gold Coast. The first official documentation of the festival written in the early part of the 17th century by one Dutch voyager by name Bossman, who landed on the coast of Ghana (then Gold Coast). Bossman however believed the festival...Read More
B. Foster Bread

Bread of Life: How B. Foster came to redefine Koforidua

About two decades ago, an officer of the Ghana Air Force, Foster Koffi Berbiye, was transferred to the Eastern Regional capital, Koforidua, to continue his service. This transfer served as the genesis of B. Foster Bread, Ghana’s most famous bread brand, produced in Koforidua. Foster Berbiye developed interest in baking bread whilst in Koforidua and...Read More
Abasua Prayer Camp at Atwea Mountains PHOTO: See Africa

Atwea Mountains Location: How to get to Atwea Mountains

The Atwea Mountains, as it is famously called has evolved to become one of the most popular and patronized prayer mountains in Ghana. According to historians, the act of ascending the mountain by Christians began some decades ago when one local Methodist Pastor in Atwea named Abraham Osei-Assibey climbed the Atwea Stone to go and...Read More
Pouring of libation at Asafotufiam Festival

Asafotufiam Festival: Remembering The Soldiers With War Festival

The Asafotufiam festival is one of the most well-known festivals in Ghana, celebrated by the people of Ada in the Greater Accra region. The festival derives its name from the Ada word Asafotufiami, which translates into Divisional Firing of Musketry in the Dangme language. Historically, the Adangmes fought a lot of wars all in a...Read More
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Airports in Ghana that you didn’t know of

Airports are one of the infrastructures needed to boost tourism in every country. Jetsanza.com has counted  8 airports that Ghana can boost of that facilitate air travel for residents. Jetsanza.com brings to you a complete list of all Airports in Ghana and their respective locations. Unless otherwise indicated, all aerodrome airports in Ghana are managed...Read More
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