On New Year’s Day, Winneba was the place to be as the residents once again showcased to the world their artistic side fancy-dress party.
The Vice President of Imani Africa, Bright Simons says the investment made by the government towards the Year of Return initiative was misdirected as it focused more on advertisements, instead of revamping various tourist sites which he notes could have earned the country more revenue.
The faces behind Ghana’s “Year of Return”, has been unmasked by a friend of the government, Gabby Otchere-Darko.
The maiden edition of Accra Photo Week has ended with a call for relevant stakeholders to do more in promoting local tourism.
Hilton will once again be welcoming guests to the Tunisian capital city of Tunis from after a landmark deal was signed with the Groupe Alliance.
The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Trade and Industry has opened the fourth Made-in-Ghana Street Fair in Accra to promote Ghanaian goods and reduce Ghanaian dependency on imported goods as part of government’s Year of Return program.
There has been a scramble for visas at the various consulates and embassies of Ghana across the United States of America with over 15,000 visas so far processed in New York City alone from the beginning of 2019.
‘Careers in the lodging-hospitality industry in Ghana’, a unique book written by Egi Gaisie, was launched accompanied by a unique exhibition emphasizing the requirements for the many career opportunities in the lodging-hospitality industry.
The Chamber for Tourism Industry Ghana has trained General Managers of Ghana’s 50 top hotels in Ghana as part of the customer service week.
Tasty Tom, an enriched tomato mix and a trusted brand used in homes across Ghana, once again featured at the 2019 Jollof Festival, an exciting event which features vendors and gives people the platform to celebrate and enjoy Jollof.
The 2019 edition of the Ghana Garden and Flower Show has opened at the Efua Sutherland Children’s Park in Accra.
Ghana Hotels Association has instructed its members to stop quoting prices in foreign currencies.
As several African Americans partake of the much-talked-about Year of Return, Tourism Minister, Barbara Oteng Gyasi says the business potential program it has had on Ghana's tourism so far has been phenomenal.
In a clearing at the turnoff to Assin Manso, a billboard depicts two African slaves in loincloths, their arms and legs in chains. Beside them are the words, “Never Again!”
In recognition of its outstanding contribution to the economic development of the Ashanti Region, Golden Bean Hotel has been honoured with a gold award at the 16th Ashanti Business Excellence Awards (ABEA).
The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) has launched the second edition of the Women in Tourism Summit in Accra.
Imagine Ghana has unveiled the winner of its Imagine Ghana Logo Competition, which was launched earlier in April.
The brawl between Shatta and Stonebwoy at the VGMA and its resultant decisions could actually be a launch pad for the two acts.
Ghana has missed out on the top 10 African countries to visit for tourism in 2018 according to the World Atlas.
Frustrated staff of Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra laid down their tools on Wednesday in protest against what they described as racist treatment meted out to them by the hotel’s management.
The Paramount Chief of the Ekumfi Traditional Council has promised to reforms that lead to the upgrade of educational infrastructure and academic development in Ekumfi.
The leadership of the Bonwire Traditional area has received Seven Thousand Ghana Cedis from MTN to boost the celebration of the internationally recognized KENTE Cloth for this year’s Kente Festival.
Elders and people of Ekumfi Mbroboto in the Ekumfi district of the Central Region, over the weekend, climaxed the annual Ayereye festival with a special display of Asafo dance.
Protea Hotels by Marriott, part of Marriott International, has announced the signing of Protea Hotel by Marriott Accra, Kotoka Airport, and the brand’s second hotel in Ghana.
Amid concerns about China's economic slowdown, data show tourism during a week-long national holiday grew and even saw sharp increases from relatively less affluent areas.
Radisson Hospitality will invest in ten new hotels across Africa, the company said on Tuesday, the latest hotel group eyeing expansion on an underdeveloped continent.
Marriott International has announced rapid expansion plans across Africa which will see an increase in its Africa hotels by 50% in five years.
South Africa’s government will overhaul its visa rules by the end of next month to promote tourism and make it easier to do business, part of a package of measures aimed at reviving an economy that’s mired in recession.
Based on figures for the first half of 2018 from STR, Marrakech has emerged as a standout performer among key African cities.
The Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture and the Ghana Tourism Authority have officially launched the ‘2019 Year of Return’.
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) recently released its 2017 Annual Report, which saw the country’s tourism sector rake in US$438 million in revenues, up from the $404m recorded in 2016.
International arrivals in the Bahamas show a solid growth of 10.2 per cent year-to-date, maintaining the tourism turnaround that began in October last year.
The Tourism Development Fund has generated GH¢39 million as of December 2017, acting CEO of the Ghana Tourism Authority has said.
Atlas Rent-A-Car, a leading car rental firm has officially opened its modern corporate head office, with a call on government to help promote and facilitate the car rental industry.
Promasidor Ghana Ltd the producers of Cowbell Saturday, ended one week tour of the country with the first ever hot air balloon in Ghana.