New in the city? Here are a few interesting activities to do in Accra on a budget. Before you proceed to the fun activities, Click here for a detailed technology guide by TechNova Accra Day Tour Looking to explore the city? Book this day tour & experience all things Accra + several unlisted hidden gemsContinue reading “Fun Things To Do In Accra On A Budget”
There’s a long list of resorts and destinations to visit in Ghana on a reasonable budget, and these are my current favourites in no particular order. Meet Me There Lodge Meet Me There African Home located in Dzita in the Volta Region of Ghana offers a calm, relaxing, and eco-friendly experience. High standard of service,Continue reading “Budget-Friendly Resorts in Ghana”
If you found my last post Budget-Friendly Resorts in Ghana useful, then you will love this list of resorts and lodges in Ghana that are a tad bit luxurious. Although the ever-increasing threat of COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the travel industry worldwide, I believe now is still as good a time as ever toContinue reading ““Almost Luxurious” Resorts In Ghana”
From the exotic animal farm to the nature hiking trails with stunning views and the luxury cabins, Shai Hills Reserve, also known as the Shai Hills Camp is entirely worth the visit! I love hiking. I love nature and adventure and a day trip to the Shai Hills Reserve gives you this and more. ShaiContinue reading “Shai Hills Camp – Day Trip”
Pikworo slave camp was a slave-trading camp sold to English, French and Dutch slave traders. Founded in 1704 and was active until 1845. It is located in Paga Nania, roughly 3 kilometers west of Paga in the Upper East Region of Ghana and nearly a 4-hour drive from Tamale It was initially built as aContinue reading “Pikworo Slave Camp”
The history Of Nzulezu begins when a population of Nzuleza migrated from Mali, the West African city of the ancient Ghanaian empire. It is told that before settling in Nzulezu, they were severely persecuted from Watala by foreigners in their territory. They had a lot of gold. Read more here
The days of the slave trade may be long gone, but there’s still something haunting about the castles and forts where slaves were held along our coast. The Cape Coast Castle functioned mostly during the height of the slave trade. The Central Region is home to several elite colleges and universities. Its economy is basedContinue reading “Cape Coast Slave Castle”
Remind me again why most of us live in the city? Because our countryside is refreshingly amazing!!