The Ghana Association of Visual Artists (GAVA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture and the National Commission on Culture has launched this year’s World Art Day
It's one of Christianity's holiest sites -- the burial chamber where Jesus Christ is believed to have been entombed. Now following nine months of meticulous restoration, it's reopened to the devoted.
In news that should come as little surprise to global air travelers, Singapore's done it again.
The Ghana Highway Authority (GHA), says the date for re-opening the Buipe Bridge has been changed from the 8th March to the 15th March.
60 long years of ups and downs, of successes and failures and more yet to come. However, as we celebrate this enviable milestone of freedom and justice, let’s remind ourselves of a few of our great achievements.
Flight! Arguably the fastest and most reliable form of transport. It allows you travel from one end of the equator to the other in a few hours or days.
The Gold Coast! Africa’s black star and pacesetter. A country rich in culture, heritage and tradition. Groomed in all modesty, peace and love.
Ten electronic gate (E-gate) systems for automated border control will be operationalised at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in February this year.
If you’re planning to fly American Airlines soon, make sure your tablets and laptops are charged up.
China's capital is notorious for its chronic pollution. Even indoors it's a struggle to find clean air, says John Sudworth.
Despite some recent tragedies, air travel is still one of the safest forms of transportation around. In fact, according to Australian consumer-aviation website AirlineRatings.com, 2016 was the second safest year in the history of commercial aviation, after 2013.
There are a lot more reasons why Africa is the place to be. Especially in 2017 where the possibilities are endless.
People have different priorities when they fly. When you're flying solo, and don't have a companion at 30,000 feet, sometimes sleep is the best activity.
For the second time in living memory, snow has fallen on the Sahara desert.
Passengers on board a US domestic flight allegedly managed to drink all of the alcohol on board the plane – and were congratulated by the pilot for their efforts.
It's the original pop-up: Northern Sweden's ICEHOTEL was the world's first hotel made of snow and ice when it opened back in 1989.
Often the experiences of solo travel live longer because we create them by ourselves and don’t depend on anyone else to make it successful.
Walking through the Vallée de Mai, with its larger-than-life nature and rare peculiarities, it’s easy to see why in this part of the world, there is little doubt.
Virgin Australia faces a lawsuit from a teenage passenger who suffered severe burns from spilled coffee onboard a flight last year.
What’s worse than feeling constipated? Feeling constipated at 30,000 feet for 14 hours.
Although Paris is the obvious choice, there are many other cities
From all corners of a nation they come, often walking for hundreds of miles barefoot: Ethiopian Orthodox Christians on a once-in-a-lifetime journey.
What does New Zealand, home of "Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit," love better than a blockbusting trilogy?
...You'll probably have considered nabbing a cheap holiday, and we're to help you find the best
....hundreds of tourists and locals are happily queueing for the weekly Fish Fry.
Is it possible to perfectly get any list of the best in Ghana’s hospitality industry in one area or the other? The answer may probably be a shy yes or a more profound no. That situation even, will not be definite.
This was my third South African visit but it felt like my first. You would think that for a third trip, the law of diminishing returns would set in. It didn't. And so this trip to experience the rainbow nation for six days proved unforgettable.
The US State Department issued a travel alert Monday urging US nationals to exercise caution at holiday festivals...
It took me a while to get to one of the four corners of the Earth — which is what the Flat Earth Society believe Fogo Island to be.
The answer lies in how aeroplanes are designed.
There is a way to ensure your ride is a little smoother than the process of getting to your seat.
Cell phone use on planes has been heavily debated as the airline industry attempts to keep up with ever-changing technology.
There are good travelers and then there are bad travelers.
Between the Rockies and the Appalachian Mountains lies a dazzling region that is unbelievably overlooked.
After all, it's a land where healthcare is free, people are friendly, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau explains quantum computing just for laughs.
Billing itself a "seven-star" hotel -- the first of its kind in Shanghai -- the Wanda Reign on the Bund certainly makes the appropriate first impression.
Airplanes can’t fly forever, so what happens when they’re too old to take to the skies?
While, it’s certainly true that you will be paying a little more for your holiday than you might have hoped, you are likely to get much better value by acting soon.
Whether in physical cash or electronic, it’s relevance on the road cannot be overemphasized. In your domicile country, lack of money may not be too detrimental since there are friends and family around to support immediately that situation arrives.
But in a world of social media, what dos and don’ts are there when traveling abroad?
A growing number of airlines are banning Samsung’s beleaguered Galaxy Note 7 from flights
Have you ever had to crane your neck just to glimpse a sliver of skyline from the airplane window right next to your seat?
We’re infatuated with life in the skies — and all the myth-busting that comes along with it.
With Chinese conductors at the helm, a fleet of shiny new trains has begun plying a new route from the Ethiopian capital to Djibouti, in a major boost to both economies.
Travellers are used to lost luggage, booking errors and on-board delays - but switching children...
Just when we thought the world's largest indoor theme park was hard to top, Dubai proves us wrong yet again.
Ethiopian Airlines has taken to its Facebook page to praise one its cabin crew for giving back $10,000 (£7,600) to a passenger who had lost the money during a flight.
The Imbalu season happens every two years on even years
Flying is one of those things which is loved by some people and completely terrifies others.
Costly baggage charges and overpriced in-flight food and drink helped the world's biggest airlines rake in an extra $26bn (£20bn) last year, it has been revealed.
Just like every other big city such as Lagos, Abidjan and Dakar, traffic situations can be unbearable for tourists, businessmen and even local inhabitants.
It's final: Atlanta remains the world's busiest passenger airport for another year.