B&FT wins tourism award

The Business and Financial Times (B&FT) has been adjudged as the best media—print category- for the promotion of tourism in the Northern Region at the just-ended  Northern Regional Tourism Awards held in Tamale.In a citation presented by the Ghana Tourism Authority ... — Read More

Kittiwake Garden:

With a white head and body, grey wings, yellow bill, the gull-like Kittiwake bird exudes beauty, warmth and craftiness.This bird has a penchant for building its nests near cliff ledges and hilly places, it inspired the choice of name for a ... — Read More

Kintampo hosts World Tourism Day,Sadafest

The Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Mrs. Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare, has underscored the importance of investors partnering the Tourism Minister to develop and unlock the socio-economic potentials rooted in all aspects of industry.To this end, the Tourism Ministry has advanced ... — Read More

HOMOFEST 2016 slated for Oct 7-9

The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Creative Arts and its partners have launched the third edition of ‘HOMOFEST’ in Accra, to climax the celebration of this year’s Homowo festival in Accra. ‘HOMOFEST’ 2016 to be held from October 7-9 2016 under ... — Read More

Kintampo gears up for World Tourism Day

 Preparations are far advanced for the celebration of this year’s World Tourism Day dubbed “SADAfest 2016” at Kintampo in the Brong Ahafo Region.A visit to Kintampo reveals that hospitality facilities such as hotels, restaurants and drinking bars in the middle-belt’s tourism ... — Read More

HomoFest 2016 launched

The much awaited Homogeneous Festival, HomoFest, has been launched by the Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Elizabeth Ofosu-Agyare at the National Theatre, last Thursday.This year’s celebrations which is under the theme, “My Culture Rocks,” is part of the Ministry’s ... — Read More

Tourism sector contribution to reach US$8bn by 2027

-while industry players have been charged to address deficit in service deliveryIt is favorably projected that revenue accruing from the tourism sector will total US$8 billion in the next eleven years with tourist arrivals also pegged around 4.3 million, within the ... — Read More

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