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Discovering Ghana
For years, Ghana’s only international airport, Kotoka International Airport (KIA) has had some construction and renovation works ongoing. Though these construction works do not pose any threats to travellers and workers who use the facility, these works have always had a telling effect on people who are using the place for the first time. Frequent...
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Drivers who have had the opportunity to visit other countries would attest to the fact that driving in Ghana is very different. Most Ghanaians living abroad refuse to drive while holidaying in the country with fears of jumping into an accident. Here are some funny facts that are peculiar to driving in Ghana. 1- Drivers...
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Kwahu in the Eastern Region of Ghana is arguably the number one holiday destination in Ghana during Easter. The Kwahu Easter Festivities and as usual, throng of Ghanaians from all over the globe, including foreigners troop in to experience the magic of the festival every Easter. These are some of the all-important tips to ensure...
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The West African countries of Ghana and Nigeria have an ongoing rivalry between them akin to that of siblings. From football, to politics, to entertainment, citizens of each country always want to demonstrate their superiority over the other, howbeit not in a hateful or bias manner. It is always more bants than facts. There have...
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Asamoah Gyan and Stephen Appiah
One thing Ghanaian travelers are so good at is selling their country wherever they find themselves. Most celebrities and other public figures in their small ways also try as much as possible to leave a positive image of Ghana whenever they find themselves abroad. Aside the Ghanaian being somewhat distinctive by simple appearance and bearing,...
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Children's Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson
Blogger, Sanitation and Tourism Ambassador for Cape Coast, Ekow Simpson, on his usual travels to tourist attractions in the Central Region of Ghana visited Kakum National Park. The Park, which is one of the major tourism assets in the country now has a Children’s Park. The less publicised Children’s Park is an artificial version of...
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 Ghana is a naturally gifted country with many beautiful places of interest, exhibiting cultural value, rich historical significance and offering leisure, amusement and also adventure. These are spread across the entire country with each region boasting of some tourist attractions. Depending on your interest, there is a region in Ghana to satisfy you.  With so...
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Legon Botanical Gardens, Accra
Our fast paced urban lifestyles constantly catches up with our bodies, reminding us to take life, one day at a time. Inasmuch as we’d like to escape from all the noise and busyness, it’s another dilemma of which place to go, the commuting distance to and fro, how family friendly and pocket-wise the visit would...
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Located in the heart of Accra’s business district, is one of Ghana’s most beautiful landmarks, the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and Memorial park. Directly opposite the Supreme Court of Ghana, lies the Mausoleum. Beautifully arranged trees with inscriptions and luscious greenery entices your eye as you enter into the premises. The Mausoleum and Memorial park was...
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Located at some 7km west of Kintampo is the beautiful Fuller Falls with an estimate terrain elevation above seal level is 173 metres. It falls gently from the east over a series of cascades along the Oyoko river at Yabraso in the Kintampo municipality in the Brong Ahafo Region. The river flows into the Black...
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