27Sep
By: Richard Sumah 1

World Tourism Day Statement by TOUGHA

Ghana will on September 27, 2018 join the rest of the world in celebrating World Tourism Day, a day set aside by the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) to raise awareness on tourism’s actual and potential contribution to sustainable development. Anchored on the theme ...

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20Apr
By: Ghatof 0

MONKEY BUSINESS IN TAFI-ATOME by KOFI AKPABLI

About 200 years ago when the people Tafi Atome migrated to their current area they carried with them their deity which revolved around the tortoise and the monkey. The monkeys are considered gods and are revered by the local community and protected by tradition. In the 199...

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15Jan
By: Ghatof 0

Marian Ansah writes: Save Ghana’s tourism industry from collapse

Countries that recognize the crucial role tourism plays in economic development are constantly developing strategies to remain relevant in the industry. This doesn’t however hold true for Ghana, as key stakeholders in the tourism sector have failed to show commitment tow...

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08Jan
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Ghana Tourism Authority launches 2018 paragliding festival

The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) on Thursday launched the 2018 Kwahu Paragliding Festival, on the theme: “You too can fly”, which is one of the flagship events of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts. The 13th edition of the event is scheduled to take plac...

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17Dec
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YOTOFEST 2018 launched in Accra

Accra, Dec. 14, GNA – The Youth in Tourism Festival (YOTOFEST) 2018, an initiative of the Tourism Society of Ghana (TOSOGHA), was on Thursday launched by the Minister of Tourism Arts and Culture, Mrs Catherine Abelema Afeku. The festival is aimed at presenting a national...

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