More info on Wulugu and Walewale

Thanks to Mashood Issifu Mahama to alerting to me to his useful blog http://cic-walewale.blogspot.com/p/tourism-sites.html about tourism sites in and around Walewale, including the unique Zayaa Mosque at Wulugu (see page 451-2 of the 6th edition). 

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Bradt Ghana updates now on Facebook

Please note that notifications for all future posts on this and my other Bradt travel update websites will automatically be publicised on the Facebook page Philip Briggs's Africa Travel Updates. Visit this page, 'like' it, and a link will appear on your Facebook wall as soon as I post a new update. 

Elmina walking tours

On our most recent visit to Elmina we did a walking tour of the town with Felix Nguah, of http://www.ghanaecotours.com. Highly recommended. He’s engaging and well-informed, and better yet, he’s pursuing an extremely admirable idea in Ghana: sensible, non-harmful tourism that helps you get closer to the communities and also helps people in those communities. … Continue reading Elmina walking tours

New website for West Coast tourism

My name is Lorena López, I am a UNWTO volunteer working with an italian NGO in conjuction with the Ghana Tourist Board Western Region. Since a few years ago the Ricerca e Cooperazione, thementioned NGO, works with other stakeholders to promote tourism in the West Coast using tourism as a tool to poverty reduction. As … Continue reading New website for West Coast tourism