‘Let’s Tour Ghana’ Experiences Kakum National Park And Elmina Castle

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Let’s Tour Ghana, one of the fast rising Tourism Clubs in the Country (Ghana) on the 26th of February, 2022 (Saturday) embarked on their fourth trip to the Kakum National Park and Elmina Castle.


Most members of Let’s Tour Ghana conquered their fear of height by taking on the 7-level canopy walkway at Kakum..

They proved to the canopy walk that yes indeed they are really here to Tour Ghana and have arrived as the canopy walk surrended to the members of the Club.

One of the club members ie. Jennifer even catwalked on the last canopy walk bridge, struck a 360 pose and ended her walk in a grandstyle as the 7 constructed bridge made of wood, metal and hard ropes dropped it’s jaw in awe and disbelief.

That should inform you the level of confidence and zero percentage of (0)% fear these club members had.

Kakum Canopy Walkway seemed to have frightened other folks initially but not the mighty Let’s Tour Ghana avengers and warriors of Tourism.

By the end of the 3 count, the canopy walkway tapped out to the fearless and confident Let’s Tour Ghana members.

Elmina Castle presented herself before members of the club, as members of the club sympathised with her on the inhumane treatment her African Children went through centuries back.

Elmina Castle, a mother full of ages, 540years was consoled by her great great great grandchildren called Let’s Tour Ghana.

Members of the Club assured Desmond Kwao the Tour Guide that the history he has told them about their mom, Elmina Castle will remain in their hearts forever and will never be forgotten.

By: Isaac Kofi Arthur

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Ghana Restarts Tourism With Re-opening of Tourist Sites

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After the easing of COVID-19 restriction by the President of Ghana recently, most of Ghana’s major tourist attractions are gradually being opened to the public with precautionary measures in place to cater to the safety of the touring public. These are part of efforts by the Ghana Tourism Authority to help boost domestic tourism and restart tourism in general and to boost the 10-year ‘Beyond The Return‘ initiative.

This is also in line with the global campaign by the UNWTO to get the tourism industry on track.

Ghana’s most visited attraction, the Kakum National Park was opened to the public on Saturday, 1st August, 2020.



On Friday, August 8, 2020, the most visited attraction in the capital, Accra, the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park was also opened at a short ceremony where the Ghana Tourism Authority presented some Personal Protective Equipment to the Management of the facility to help keep patrons safe.


The Cape Coast and Elmina Castles are expected to open shortly to the public with the necessary COVID-19 measures in place ahead of the anticipated opening of the borders on September 1, 2020.

Stay tunned…

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