Smile and be cheerful and polite when dealing with them.. remember Ghana is known as a warm hospitable country.
Easter is here upon us once more and it is a time for sober reflection as well as relaxation. Roamghana shares with you three reasons why you have to undertake leisure travel this Easter.
Beaches can be fun and exciting but can also be dangerous. Almost every major holiday in Ghana has come with one beach tragedy or the other. As its contribution to a safe Easter, Roamghana.com offers these three important things to look out for when choosing a beach to visit.
Leisure travel may seem like a waste of money but it has enormous benefits you may have never thought about:
By Issabella, RoamGhana Presidential libraries play critical roles in the life of every nation. Firstly, they give deeper understanding into the lives, backgrounds and reign of these past presidents and also serve as good reference points of governance as well as spring boards for research into various aspects of society. The United States of America […]
One thing your predecessor will be remembered for was her ability to ensure that the tourism discourse was trending almost every time
– Prof Kwaku A. Boakye- CEO Tourism Research and Advocacy Centre Cape Coast Senior Lecturer of UCC It is the campaign season once again and over the next 7 days or so, Ghana’s electorate will go to polls. Various issues have been raised key amongst them, the economy, energy, health and to relatively smaller extent, […]
A fully functional up to date destinaiton map of Cape Coast and Elmina
Did you know that the well-known Christ the King Cathedral is located in the Bono region?
TOURISM RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY CENTRE (TRAC) COMMENT ON MYJOYONLINE STORY ON TOURISM AND POVERTY IN ELMINA A recent story posted on myjoyonline on 24th October, 2017 about the seeming mismatch between the presence of the highly patronized Elmina Castle and the pervasive poverty in the Elmina township makes interesting reading. Though the information put out by myjoyonline […]
Following the directives by the President, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on the imposition of restrictions on movement of persons in specific areas, the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture and in conjunction with the National Security Task Force on COVID-19, issues the following directives for […]