Ghana’s leading local and foreign tourism promoter Adansi Travel has marked its 10 years anniversary with the “Accra City Vibe Tour” on April 1, 2023.
The tour which cost ¢350 initially was discounted to cost some lucky patrons as low as ¢10. This initiative is Adansi Travels’ way of rewarding their customers and giving back to their community while boosting local tourism.
As part of celebrating Adansi Travels’ 10th year anniversary, the organisation has devised a plan that will allow Ghanaians and foreign tourism lovers to explore the beautiful and unique places in Accra and the world, laced with fun activities.
In a brief remark, the Managing Director of Adansi Travels, Gideon Asare, explained that there are a lot of places to explore and discover in Accra and Ghana.
“Today, we are taking people who live in Accra to re-discover Accra. This is because I take pictures here in Accra and people think it’s abroad. We are poised to take people across Ghana and to sell our beautiful tourist sites to the world.”
The locations that were toured during the Accra City Vibe Tour included the National Museum, the Independence Arc, sightseeing of the Jamestown Lighthouse, Usher Fort and sightseeing of some Iconic buildings.
The tour was in two parts; day and night tours respectively.
There were 100 participants who were transported around the capital to visit the above-mentioned locations.
Delighted participants could not hold back their excitement as they shared their mind-blowing experiences on the tour. They also admonished others to join the10 years anniversary tours which will explore the North, the Volta Region, Western and Eastern Regions as well as abroad.
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