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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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
A reader has written to let me know that the University of Ghana Bookshop now has a website, with online buying facilities planned, where you can buy language books. See http://www.ugbookshop.com
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
Entertaining blog about day-to-day life in Ghana: hollisramblings.blogspot.com
Peter Morris, co-administrator of Ghana-pedia, just made contact to let me know about a new website devoted to Ghana, particularly the travel aspects... it's called www.ghana-pedia.org and is well worth a look! Cheers, Philip