DESTINATION/ Ghana Connected to Nature

Ghana attracts great amount of tourists coming to West Africa to explore the wilderness as well as local culture. Ghana however is fighting a couple of challenges in tourism including the infrastructure and promotion.


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Ghana to Attract More Tourists in Cultural and Business Travel Sectors

Nils Kraus

A new plan for tourism development introduced last year by the Ghana government is aiming at boosting the tourism industry and tapping into its vast potential for growth. The 15-year National Tourism Development Plan (NTDP) that was introduced in 2013 is supporting a number of high-end hotel developments in a bid to draw a wider spectrum of tourists to the country.  Some of the major new high-end developments in the country's hotel industry include the Protea in Takoradi, Accra's Golden Tulip...

Top Travel Attractions in Ghana

Richard Moor

Whether you are returning for a repeat trip or you are a first time visitor to Ghana, there are plenty of things to do and many places to visit in this West African country. According to statistics, over 1,000,000 tourists each year visit Ghana. This is mainly because the country is a popular destination for nature and wildlife enthusiasts due to the favorable tropical climate. Here are 10 attractions sites you won’t want to miss once you visit Ghana. 1. Kejetia Market Kejetia Market which i...

Ghana to Remain Ebola Free

Tourism Review News Desk

Ghana's Minister of Tourism, the Honorable Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare recently spoke to Osibisa Radio in London to promote Ghana as a burgeoning tourism industry. Mrs. Ofosu-Adjare invited agents and tourists, the world over, to discover first hand, all that Ghana has to offer, including luxurious hotels and resorts, pristine beaches, historic castles and forts, the world's largest manmade lake and a world class, game reserve. The Minster said that Ghana has "a bit of everything West Africa" has to ...

Golf Tourism – Great Potential for Ghana

Sara Thopson

Africa as a whole and Ghana in particular is quickly becoming an attractive destination for international golfers. According to statistics, approximately 828 courses appropriate for international golf travelers are now available in 50 African countries and half a million regular golfers are reported to visit Africa for club and ball sports. As a result, Ghana is working to improve the available golf infrastructure in order to bring them up to internationally accepted standards so as to boost the...