Ghana Tourism Authority launched the ‘Stay Safe Know Ghana’ campaign with hashtag #StaySafeKnowGhana to engage the public as they stay safe to curb the spread of COVID-19 virus.

About #StaySafeKnowGhana

Did you know you can stay safe/home and still tour Ghana even under COVID-19?

Yes, you heard right, Stay Safe and Know Ghana even as most tourist attractions remail closed.

See Ghana in a digital lens from any part of the country now. By reading revealing stories about attraction and also viewing virtual tours of attractions.

All you need to do is to visit visitghana.com and see all the tourist sites with just a click.

Kill boredom with this adventure now!

Stay Safe, Know Ghana!

NB: This campaign is a follow-up to the earlier run #StayHomeKnowGhana

CAMPAIGN OPTIONS

Online

1.Pictionary Contest:

Participants identify images of attractions, Ghanaian symbols (adinkra) and artifacts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Games will be run on the GTA social media pages (@VisitGhanaNow and @GhanaTourismAuthority). Participants with the most correct answers will win a cash prize of 100gh and 2nd and 3rd will win Airtime.

2. Know & Eat Ghana Contest:

Participants will share 4 images of different Ghanaian dishes they have tasted. The picture with the most comments or Likes & RTs will win cash prize or Airtime.

3. Stay Safe, Wear Ghana Contest:

Participants would show a ‘before and after’ picture of them in any normal clothing and switch up to their traditional Ghanaian clothing. This will showcase the different types of clothes from our various ethnic groups and their way of dressing. Participants are to talk about or promote their clothing in their status. Participants with the most views, likes and retweets will win cloth pieces from GTP etc. and also a cash prize of 200gh. Some notable Influencers will be leading this campaign.
Partner radio stations will hold radio contests and award prizes to winners weekly.
Partner radio stations include:
Happy FM
YFM Kumasi
Citi FM
YFM Accra
Joy FM
YFM Takoradi

It’s time to discover Ghana with a different lens. You don’t have to travel now to know about or discover Ghana.

#StayHomeKnowGhana

FAQs

The campaign will run for April to May with the possibility of extension.

All one needs is to follow our handles (@VisitGhanaNow and @ghanatourimauthority on Facebook, Instagram and twitter and participate using hashtag #StaySafeKnowGhana.

Also, listen to our partner radio stations and participate in live quizzes.

Lovely prizes including cash and airtime to be sent electronically to winners. There will be surprise prizes from some of our partners.

Visit our website visitghana.com/events/StayHomeKnowGhana/ for more and follow us on social media FacebookInstagram and Twitter

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