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Nov
2018
WECHIAU ADVENTURE 2
Posted by: Collins /6591
This the second episode of KOFI AKPABLI’s Wechiau Adventure Thanks to the community owned and self-managed Wechiau Hippo Sanctuary Project, social amenities have been brought to people’s doorstep. Wechiau town and the sixteen communities involved in the project have solar power that lights up their lives. Also, they need not drink from the Black Volta […]
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Nov
2018
THE WECHIAU ADVENTURES
Posted by: Collins /6970
This the first episode of KOFI AKPABLI’s (travel writer) Wechiau Adventure Mission The vehicle to accomplish the mission was not much; a narrow, 15 foot canoe made of mahogany. After travelling 899 km from Accra, and after countless daydreams and night ones, my moment of truth came when we hit the river. It rolled out […]
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Nov
2018
BIG CAT AT MOLE PARK
Posted by: Collins /12690
As a travel writer one of the questions I get asked is: ‘’Are there lions in Mole Park?’’ This usually reminds me of the Ghanaian phrase concerning what could be hiding inside Dodowa Forest. Of course, curious tourists would always wonder, especially, as Mole doesn’t announce itself as a big cat viewing destination. This year’s […]
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Nov
2018

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Nov
2018
MONKEY BUSINESS IN TAFI-ATOME
Posted by: Collins /8410
How it begun 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 1990’s the USAID, Peace Corps, SNV […]
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Nov
2018
GTA Trains Frontline Staff In Customer Service and Marketing
Posted by: Collins /5080
The Ghana Tourism Authority has organised a 3-day training programme for its Frontline staff to sharpen their skills. The training programme was held at the Accra Tourist Information Centre (ATIC) from 20th – 22nd November, 2018.    The Training Programme also serves as a refresher course for staff of GTA to enrich their knowledge and […]
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