Year Of Return

Year of Return – Ghana 2019

The Year of Return is about 2019 PANAFEST/ Emancipation Day which will mark 400 years of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in the history of the black man. It is basically to encourage our brothers and sisters of the African family to return to Ghana and for that matter Africa to invest and help develop their roots. Underscored by the United States Congress’ recently passed Act, H.R. 1242 – 400 Years of African-American Experience, the Year of Return, Ghana 2019 is the only centrally organized public-private partnership with an African nation commemorating the quatercentenary of the arrival of Africans in the United States. The...

Touring Ghana

Welcome to Ghana

AKWAABA, It’s an expression you will hear several times daily as you travel around Ghana,...

History of Ghana

Medieval Ghana (4th - 13th Century): The Republic of Ghana is named after the medieval...

Culture & Heritage

Ghana pulsates with life. From the bustle of downtown Accra to the atmospheric adobe villages...

Ecotourism in Ghana

Ghana is a nature lover’s delight. It’s sunny equatorial climate and fertile well-watered soils sustain...

Festivals in Ghana

Ghanaian festivals are a colourful and vibrant part of the culture. Each year festivals and...

Forts & Castles

The castles and forts of Ghana constitute treasures par excellence, a legacy of the historic...

Top Tourist Attractions

Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum

Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, also know as the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park(KNMP) is the last resting...

Accra Cultural Centre

Showcases traditional handicrafts from all over Ghana; the centre has workshops and art galleries. There are...

Aburi Botanical Gardens

Aburi is located on the Akwapim-Togo Range of Ghana. It’s just three quarters of an...

Bobiri Butterfly Sanctuary

Located 20km on the Kumasi and Accra highway, it is a quiet research showcasing an...

Lake Bosomtwi

Lake Bosumtwi also sometimes spelled Bosomtwe, is a lake formed by an ancient meteorite strike...

The Du Bois Memorial Centre For Pan-African Culture

The Centre houses a research library, manuscripts, and the grave of Du Bois a famous...

Wechiau Hippo Sanctuary

The Wechiau Hippo Sanctuary, a community protected area is located at the extreme north-western corner...

Boti Falls

Boti Falls is located just 17km North-east of Koforidua, the eastern regional capital. For those...

Bonwire Kente Weaving Village

Bonwire is located 18km on the Kumasi-Mampong Road, Bonwire is popular for Kente weaving. Kente is...

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REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

Volta Region

The most easterly region of Ghana, bordering on Togo, the Volta Region is an area of extraordinary scenic beauty. The rolling hills and valleys,...

Ahanti Region

The Ashanti Region is the cultural heartbeat of Ghana. Land of the Golden Stool expressed in the language, passage rites, festivals, cuisine and ordinary...

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Year of Return – Ghana 2019

The Year of Return is about 2019 PANAFEST/ Emancipation Day which will mark 400 years of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in the history of...

Panafest Celebrations

PANAFEST was mooted by the late Efua Sutherland in the mid-1980s as a cultural vehicle for bringing Africans on the continent and in the...

Emancipation Day Celebrations

Emancipation Day is an annual event in Ghana, the Black Star of Africa and the gateway to the Homeland of people of African descent...
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