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Ghana’s tourism is incredibly diverse both in terms of Cultural heritage and Leisure marvels.

Indigenous Tour Operator in Ghana 🇬🇭, Kaya Tours Ghana Limited has successfully delivered an incredible domestic fun trip to Ada, one of the best eco tourism hotbeds with endless possibilities.

According to Mr Abeiku Aggrey Santana , CEO of kaya Tours “ our aim is to offer the best possible tour packages within the shortest time from Accra and bundled in a luxurious affordable content “ when you think tourism , think 360 he added.

The 2 days 1 night journey was carried in an all luxurious bus with wifi, Fully Airconditioned, Bedroom, LCD TV’s , toilet and bathroom with kitchen and microwave oven.

“The route to Ada can be exciting with Adventure safari depending on the creativity of the tour Operator and the ground handler” , Santana opined.

The bus first stopped at A1 raceway where the patrons participated in Go Kart racing competition.

The fun party bus comprises of hit song maker Article wan , Radio Presenter Nana Romeo , Journalist publisher Nii Mustapha Attractive, Artiste Manager and Event Consultant Godwin Dogbe and some selected fans.

After the grand durbar of the Asafutufiam festival, the revelers joined the busting night life activities in Ada , Brightest spot for a live band session with the vintage Sappers band.

Early next morning , we woke up peacefully to the sounds of cockerels crowing and the refreshing breeze from the lake and sea.

We sigh contentedly, quickly growing excited and drove 36 kilometers to Holy Trinity Spa , Sogakope.

Holy Trinity Spa is essentially the ultimate romantic destination for holidays, vacation and getaways.

At the Spa the team was welcomed with drinks at the riverside where they fed ducks and later crocodiles.

Holy Trinity Spa at Sogakope has exquisite services in an ambiance where you can reconnect with nature. The spa has horses, camels , rabbits , birds, crocodiles , and water sports including Boat cruises.
In recent years Kaya Tours has established a firmer footing in Ghana’s domestic Tourism.

The company has organized tours to Kwahu, Cape Coast , Kumasi, Axim, Akosombo, Tamale , and now Ada.

Poised on delivering exciting tour packages to conform with the changing demands both local and international standards.

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Abeiku Aggrey Santana
Tourism Destination Management Consultant.
CEO
Kaya Tours Ltd
www.kayatours.com

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The Extraordinary Rejuvenated Keta-Lome Fun Trip

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The extra ordinary experiential fun trip from Accra to Keta and Lomé, Togo set off by 3pm on Friday 28th June, 2019 from the Accra Tourist Information Centre.

This getaway trip by Kaya Tours Ghana Limited was in partnership with Koppan Hospitality and VoyagesAfriq.

The drive to Keta is just about 2.5 hours if not the traffic on this particular stretch between Tema, Kpone and Dawhenya.

Arriving at the gorgeous Aborigines beach resort in Keta, the visitors were ushered to the beach front with exciting borborbor and Agbadja songs and dance, served with fresh coconut juice.

The Managing Director of Kaya Tours Ghana Limited and Koppan Hospitality, Mr. Abeiku Aggrey Santana and Mr. Edwin Koranteng respectively welcomed the guests to the vibrant beach atmosphere amidst bonfire, hot grills, good music tunes from Feli Nuna also kept the visitors smiling and energized for hours while others interacted on sips of local drinks by

Naa Kay Kay services.

DAY 2

On Saturday, 29th June, 2019, the 45 visitors drawn from Banks, FMCG companies, Business Developers, Entrepreneurs and an African American woke-up to morning aerobics under the instruction of a retired army officer.

The breeze from the sea, the sights and sounds of the waves made the morning fitness easy for an over 60 year old Black American. The breakfast was a good selection of dishes including kenkey and hot pepper, Aboolo, waakye, porridge and some continental beverage.

HISTORY

Keta means ‘head of the sand’ located in the Volta Region founded by the two sons of Amega, Akaga and Awanyado. Until 1963, Keta was the capital of the Volta Region before the sea storms washed away the ancient town.

Keta promises dauntless immersions in nature, adventure and history.

The charm of the land between the sea and lagoon is in its contemplative beauty.

TOURS

The first stop on the itinerary was Fort Prinzenstein built by the Danes in 1784.

This attraction served as a transit point for enslaved people from places including Togo, Dahomey and Accra before they were shipped to the Americas. The fort was used as a prison until it was damaged by a storm in 1980.

Today, the ruins of the fort managed by the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board has dungeons, chains, shackles, stools, rusting cookware and other relics.

Our next stop was the Cape St Paul lighthouse in Woe, built in 1802. This was an adventure not for the faint heart. The 120 meters staircase up the lighthouse feels narrow with every step managed by the Ghana Ports and Harbour Authority.

However, the visitors were rewarded with a fantastic tour guide and a blast of fresh air overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, panoramic view of the land, the beach and the houses dotting the scenery.

Lunch was served at a local chop Bar ‘’Chill Out’’

Keta is a rejuvenated escape to add to any domestic tour itinerary. The participant was yearning for more experience and hence the Intercity Bus departed for Lomé/ Togo through the Afloa boarder.

After almost an hour of immigration boarder formalities, officials of the Ghana Immigration Service escorted the group to the French side of the boarder.

The fun bus drove through the principal streets of Lomé to Togo’s Independence Avenue and stopped at a local bar and supermarket for refreshment.

Le Samedi Soir est toujrurs anime, meaning Saturday night is always buzzing. The Bus finally stopped at Boulevard Du Mono near the Minstere De la Securite where the young adults partied at ‘’Before & After’’ night club.

The group returned to Keta around 2:00am on Sunday

The extra ordinary fun experiential trip ended with rewards to almost every participant.

The next fun trip is in August and September 2019, which will take place in Mole National Park and Axim – Abidjan respectively

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The extraordinary rejuvinated Keta-Lome fun trip.

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Getaway trip by Kaya Tours Ghana Limited in partnership with Koppan Hospitality and Voyages Afriq presented, the extra ordinary experiential fun trip from Accra to Keta and Lomé, Togo which set off by 3pm on Friday 28th June, 2019 from the Accra Tourist Information Centre.

The drive to Keta is just about 2.5 hours if not the traffic on this particular stretch between Tema, Kpone and Dawhenya. Arriving at the gorgeous Aborigines beach resort in Keta, the visitors were ushered to the beach front with exciting borborbor and Agbadja songs and dance, served with fresh coconut juice.

The Managing Director of Kaya Tours Ghana Limited and Koppan Hospitality, Mr. Abeiku Aggrey Santana and Mr. Edwin Koranteng respectively welcomed the guests to the vibrant beach atmosphere amidst bonfire, hot grills, good music tunes from Feli Nuna also kept the visitors smiling and energized for hours while others interacted on sips of local drinks by

On Saturday, 29th June, 2019, the 45 visitors drawn from Banks, FMCG companies, Business Developers, Entrepreneurs and an African American woke-up to morning aerobics under the instruction of a retired army officer.

The breeze from the sea, the sights and sounds of the waves made the morning fitness easy for an over 60 year old Black American. The breakfast was a good selection of dishes including kenkey and hot pepper, Aboolo, waakye, porridge and some continental beverage.

Keta means ‘head of the sand’ located in the Volta Region founded by the two sons of Amega, Akaga and Awanyado. Until 1963, Keta was the capital of the Volta Region before the sea storms washed away the ancient town. Keta promises dauntless immersions in nature, adventure and history. The charm of the land between the sea and lagoon is in its contemplative beauty.

The first stop on the itinerary was Fort Prinzenstein built by the Danes in 1784. This attraction served as a transit point for enslaved people from places including Togo, Dahomey and Accra before they were shipped to the Americas. The fort was used as a prison until it was damaged by a storm in 1980. Today, the ruins of the fort managed by the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board has dungeons, chains, shackles, stools, rusting cookware and other relics.

Our next stop was the Cape St Paul lighthouse in Woe, built in 1802. This was an adventure not for the faint heart. The 120 meters staircase up the lighthouse feels narrow with every step managed by the Ghana Ports and Harbour Authority. However, the visitors were rewarded with a fantastic tour guide and a blast of fresh air overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, panoramic view of the land, the beach and the houses dotting the scenery. Lunch was served at a local chop Bar ‘’Chill Out’’

Keta is a rejuvenated escape to add to any domestic tour itinerary. The participant was yearning for more experience and hence the Intercity Bus departed for Lomé/ Togo through the Afloa boarder. After almost an hour of immigration boarder formalities, officials of the Ghana Immigration Service escorted the group to the French side of the boarder.

The fun bus drove through the principal streets of Lomé to Togo’s Independence Avenue and stopped at a local bar and supermarket for refreshment. Le Samedi Soir est toujrurs anime, meaning Saturday night is always buzzing. The Bus finally stopped at Boulevard Du Mono near the Minstere De la Securite where the young adults partied at ‘’Before & After’’ night club. The group returned to Keta around 2:00am on Sunday. The extra ordinary fun experiential trip ended with rewards to almost every participant.

The next fun trip is in August and September 2019, which will take place in Mole National Park and Axim – Abidjan respectivelyTHE EXTRAODINARY REJUVENTED KETA-LOME FUN TRIP

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Kaya Tours Ghana – Thrilling Easter Experience.

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On the 19th,20th and 21st April 2019, Kaya Tours Ghana Limited delighted it’s patrons with a thrilling unforgettable experiential trips in Ghana to Akosombo, Kwahu and Ada simultaneously for 3 days.


The participants were sourced from the U.K, USA, Nigeria and Ghana. A total number of 52 persons experienced the rich distinctive tour packages from Kaya Tours ltd within 3 days.


According to the Managing Director of Kaya Tours Ghana ltd, Mr Abeiku Aggrey Santana, the demand for inbound tourism has invariably shifted from the traditional Sea, Sun and Sand resources to cultural, adventure, heritage and eco-tourism resources.


The travel and tourism operator proclaims that, tourism has become a major vibrant sector of every economy, therefore players must be innovative in their product development.


The first stop of the 3 days road trip was at Shai Hills game reserve for a short hiking to the Mogo hills, the ancestral home of the Krobos, wildlife including antelopes, baboons, caves and cultural remains were sighted.
On the way to Akosombo the tourism Honcho, unfolded the historical values of the people of Akwamu, the construction of the Akosombo dam and township to the tourists on board the intercity STC 44seater bus.


Making the trip culinary oriented tours, local foods such as Waakye, Jollof rice, Banku and Tilapia, fresh palm wine, pito, sobolo etc. was served at Afrikiko river front resort in Akosombo.


There is nothing quite trawling a large wide lake on a cruise boat and your hands through the water for a wonderful experience.

On the second day of the tours, about 32 persons from Nigeria joined their Ghanaian, British and American counterparts to the famous Kwahu Easter celebration.


In time with the ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture campaign to see Ghana, the first stop was at Bunsu Aboretum, where the tourist experienced the 320 – metre long canopy walk soak in the breath-taking fauna and flora with fascinating history.


The 44-Seater Scania Marco polo comfortable Intercity STC coach departed to Kwahu at the peak of the journey. The first stop was at the Obo, Kwahu, Air Jay Zipline and the 877 Steps are required much adrenaline to make it to the zipline.

On the 3rd day, the bus departed Accra for Ada in what Kaya Tours termed as ‘Rainbow Sun Set Experienced’.


The first stop of this destination was at the A1 raceway, vrooom vrooooom!!!! Yes, these were the sounds of the go kart powered by Honda GX 270kl engines with equal acceleration. The day trip ended at Aqua Safari with party, fun boat cruises, horse riding and other activities.

Abeiku Aggrey Santana encouraged lovers of heritage, Adventure, Eco-romantic and leisure tourists to contact Kaya Tours Ghana limited for amazing experience. He concluded that his company shall continue to improve their services to increase overall visitor experience in Ghana

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Ghana Is Being Heralded As The Next Big Tourist Destination. Here’s Why

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When some of the most well-known faces from the African diaspora arrived for a recent vacation in Accra, Ghana, it looked like just another gathering of famous people.

Actors including Idris Elba rubbed shoulders with supermodel Naomi Campbell, TV sports presenter Mike Hill, and author Luvvie Ajayi.
Behind this meet-up of box office stars, fashion royalty and top creatives is a focused and ambitious strategy to make Ghana a major tourist destination.

The country recently unveiled a 15-year-long tourism plan that seeks to increase the annual number of tourists to Ghana from one million to eight million per year by 2027.

Ghana's travel industry is projected to raise $8.3 billion a year by 2027, plus associated benefits, according to the plan.

Star Power
VIP guests attended events chaired by Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo, the architect of the plan to boost tourism and diversify the country's economy through reaching out to its diaspora, while guests took part in conferences, festivities and trips across the country to discover its unique and sobering heritage.

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The primary purpose of the festival was to forge closer ties between Ghana, the African continent and those of African descent living elsewhere.
It's 400 years since the first African slaves were taken from countries like Ghana to mainland America, marking the start of the trans-Atlantic slave trade route. This timing is based on the first recorded landing of a ship carrying Africans in Virginia in August 1619.

An estimated 75% of slave dungeons on the west coast of Africa were in Ghana -- millions of people were taken and transported on ships that departed from Ghanaian ports.

President Akufo-Addo's Year of Return announcement pointed to Ghana's tragic legacy as a reason for diaspora descendants to return and learn about this chapter of history.
The celebrities who attended the Full Circle Festival were taken on guided tours of the slave dungeons.

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"Every person of color needs to get on this pilgrimage," said actor and co-organizer Boris Kodjoe who is of Ghanaian descent. "They need to experience this journey and get in touch with their emotional heritage, walk through the dungeons and see the 'door of no return,'" he told CNN.

Marketing rockstar Bozoma Saint John -- who has a series of marketing coups like Beyonce's halftime Super Bowl show under her belt -- worked with Kodjoe, inviting 100 of the most influential members of the African diaspora to party with them at the festival over Christmas and New Year.

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Saint John, who works for global media conglomerate Endeavor and previously had high profile roles with Uber and Apple Music, says the project is close to her heart.

"As long as you have melanin and you are seeking a return to Africa, it is a must," she told CNN.

"I really felt that I wanted to show people the country I know and love. I take it as a personal mission and will use my professional weight to help the mission."

Saint John says that returning members of the diaspora can expect joy on their trip to Ghana as well as moments of solemnity. Skyscrapers and restaurants feature prominently in her promotional material.

"All the fun things you can do in Nice, Bali, Ibiza, you can do here in Ghana too," she added.

Year of return
The celebrity-attended Full Circle Festival was the opening act of a broader Year of Return, announced by President Akufo-Addo in September 2018.

Speaking about the year ahead at Washington's National Press Club Akufo-Addo said Ghana would open its "arms even wider to welcome home our brothers and sisters in what will become a birthright journey home for the global African family."

The Year of Return includes a music festival, an investment conference targeting diaspora Ghanaians, and the Right to Return initiative, encouraging African-Americans to seek citizenship in Ghana.

This year-long initiative builds on a long tradition of looking outwards.

Ghana, the first sub-Saharan African country to win independence from colonial rule, has a history of pursuing ties with Africans overseas. It dates back to the country's first President Kwame Nkrumah, whose vision of pan-Africanism included alliances with diaspora communities.

Nkrumah enjoyed warm relations with African-American icons such as Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X, who both traveled to Ghana to meet him. Writer Maya Angelou spent time in the country after its independence and civil rights leader W.E.B. Du Bois is buried in Accra.

Ghana has also sought to incentivize diaspora returnees through legislation such as the Right of Abode law of 2000 that allows people of African descent to apply for the right to stay in the country indefinitely.

It was followed by the Joseph Project in 2007 that encouraged Africans in the diaspora to return, officials have compared it to Israel's Law of Return that allows Jews to become citizens.

These initiatives have had some success. An estimated 3,000 African-Americans had permanently settled in Ghana by 2014.

By the time Saint John is finished with marketing Ghana to the world, she is hopeful it will have knock-on impact across the region and wants to reshape people's perceptions.
"We are going to use Ghana as a gateway to the rest of the continent," she said.
"There are beaches in Kenya as well as snow-capped mountains. We need to tell the story of all the amazing opportunities Africa has to offer."

Source: CNN.

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