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Ho — The announcement last week by Passion Airline of suspending its operations from Ho to Accra did not go down well with a cross-section of residents in the Ho municipality of the Volta Region. After the suspension it attracted some reactions which were captured by the Ghanaian Times yesterday.
Mr Divine Bosson, Ho M… read more
Travellers to Ghana will no longer be required to present a negative PCR test result, neither would they be made to undergo a mandatory antigen test upon arrival at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) provided they are fully vaccinated.
Land and sea borders are also now fully opened for cross-country travel. These were contained … read more
The 2022 first quarter Public Private Partnership Forum (PPPF) on tourism has been held in the Ashanti Regional capital of Kumasi.
The event held under the theme: “Scaling Up Public Private Partnership for Inclusive Tourism Growth,” attracted a large number of industry stakeholders to the NODA Hotel on Thursday, March 24 to discuss ways by… read more
The tourism industry is projected to generate about $2.3 billion into the Ghanaian economy this year, the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Dr Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, has said.
The revenue, he said, was expected to be raised through tourists' arrivals and spending, charges at the various tourist sites.
The Minister said this duri… read more
Botswana will host the 5th and 22nd edition of the Africa Tourism Leadership Forum (ATLF) at the Grand Palm GICC.
Themed “Igniting Intra-Africa tourism through inclusive intra-Africa trade, partnerships and Investments”, the intra-African travel game-changing event will take place in Gaborone in November 2022 and is expected … read more
“Whilst some African hotel markets have a long way to go in terms of recovery and regrouping, others have shown remarkable fortitude and resilience and provide hope that ‘normal’ conditions will once again prevail in the hospitality sector in Africa,” says HTI Consulting CEO, Wayne Troughton.
“Throughout 2020 and into 2021, as wave after w… read more
Tourism is a serious business! I should expect that anyone within the value chain would know that by now.
Tourism goes beyond just entertainment and events; of course, the two are a necessary component of tourism. And even with that, it’s the income these events or entertainment generates that makes them relevant to tourism.
Unfortunat… read more
ANAMBRA State Government has described Air Peace’s foray into Niamey, Niger Republic with three weekly flights as a historic and decisive step in the economic integration of the African region.
Governor Willie Obiano said the resumption of flights from Abuja and Kano from March 11 “is historic because it will help end th… read more
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The Tour Operators’ Union of Ghana (TOUGHA) has firmed up its partnership with South Africa Tourism (SAT) with a day’s business dialogue event.
The event which was held at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra yesterday, March 8 had in attendance TOUGHA members, officials from SAT- West Africa, both public and private industry stakeholders i… read more