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13 April 2013 - more availability for our Intermediate Toyota Corolla cars


Another Toyota Corolla car has been added to our fleet so we have more availability for our customers to travel 
around comfortabel and against very competitive prices. All our cars are driven by your own professional driver/guide. Contact us today for your booking.

08 November 2012 - Ghana designs new national tourism development plan

A new 15-years National Tourism Development Plan aimed at properly positioning tourism in Ghana and help achieve the core objectives of the Ghana Shared Growth and Development Agenda (GSGDA), had been designed. Read more >>

 

15 August 2012 - New route to Benin & combination with our tours possible to Benin and Togo

Effective the 13th of August Starbow Airlines will offer 5 flight per week from Accra to Cotonou, Benin. The non-stop flights will take 45 minutes only, thus reducing the travel time dramatically. We offer our customers from now on a combination tour which combines your trip to Ghana with a side-trip to Togo and Benin. At the end of the tour you will fly back to Accra with Starbow Airlines. Contact us to request more information.

 

02 April 2012 - New booking module for international flights bookings

Book your flights now online through our online booking machine and pay by creditcard (Visa, MasterCard, AmericanExpress) or
bank transfer. Book now your flight to Ghana online @ 
http://www.goldenghanatours.net/bookcheapflightstoghanaaccra

17 November 2011 - Ghana listed in No. 10 tourist destinations 2012

Frommer travel, a global rating agency in the tourism industry, known for its credibility and authenticity has named Ghana among the top 10 tourism destination for 2012.


Mr Julius Debrah, Executive Director of the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), who announced this at a press conference at the weekend, said Frommer reached out to people to find out where they wanted to be in the coming year and Ghana was listed in the top 10 preferred destinations.

He said: “Ghana provided a perfect introduction to African Travel…but for anybody seeking a holistic experience that embraces traditional and contemporary culture as well as beaches and safaris, Ghana’s microcosmic travel circuit is the perfect African Primer."

Frommer serves as a travel guide and one of the best selling travel guides in America.

Mr Debrah who expressed excitement over Ghana’s selection said the country deserved the acknowledgment since it hosts varied and unique tourists attractions which could be found nowhere in the world.

“In Kumasi, the Addae Kese festival held at Manhyia Palace, pays a dazzling homage to the Ashanti King, Osei Tutu II, the city also hosts the Kejetia Market with its labyrinth of 10,000 stalls and surrounded by communities that are famous for the traditional kente cloth weavers."

The Tourism Authority Boss noted that Ghana’s recognition on the international tourism circles had given impetus to the hard work that was done by his organisation and the citizenry in general over the years.

Mr Debrah however admitted that there was still more to be done to streamline or sanitise the tourism industry in Ghana and urged the business community to position itself well to take full advantage of the possible massive traffic that would hit the country.

“The economic prospects of tourism in Ghana are very great,” he noted.

He said with the Legislative Instrument establishing the tourism authority now in the offing, the organisation has started closing down some of the quack tourism ventures in the sector.

Mr Debrah also announced that the Authority would host the African Choral Festival in March 2012 for which more than 200 Americans had confirmed participating.

The GTA has embarked on a number of projects to promote Ghana which include e-marketing (electronic marketing) that has helped to increase the tourism traffic to Ghana.

“We now have a facebook, twitter and YouTube pages,” he said in addition to a vibrant and interactive website.

“We are also using other social media platforms to reach out to as many people as possible,” he said.

 

15 November 2011 - Delta connects Accra with Abuja

The US Delta Air lines, Fortune Magazine's world most admired airline, is to begin direct flight operation from Accra to Abuja on December 1, Delta's Commercial Manager, East and West Africa, Mr Bobby Bryan announced in Accra on Tuesday.


The airline will operate weekly flights from Kotoka International Airport in Accra, Ghana and Abuja's Nmamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Nigeria.

As part of Delta's $2 billion investment plan, the company hopes to redesign its entire customer service experience in the cities it operates from in Africa.

The US airline will serve the route with a Boeing 767-300ER plane, equipped with 36 Business Elite seats, 29 seats in "economy comfort and 143 seats in economy.

The investment to span 2013 is to improve Delta airport facilities and global products, service and technology to enhance the customer experience in the air and on the ground.

The new Abuja flight means Delta now offers non-stop service from Accra to four international cities.

The other three cities are Atlanta, Monrovia and Dakar.

"With the ongoing support of our partner Air Nigeria, our Abuja service will provide more travel options for our Ghanaian customers as well as facilitate business between Ghana and Nigeria," Bryan said.

Delta also chose Accra to launch its fifth anniversary in Africa celebrations on Tuesday.

The celebrations are expected to take place in Ghana, Senegal and South Africa.

Source: GhanaWeb.com 

 

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