Tours in Ghana
Do you feel terrified if you think of couchsurfing in Africa? Would you dare to do it? Some of us did it and here is our experience. Thanks to fellow bloggers and African addicts, hope this post will encourage you to use couchsurfing in Africa not because it is free, but allows you to go local.
Mutual Co-existence Between People and Friendly Paga Crocodiles Paga is a small town in Northern Ghana and it is located on the border with Burkina Faso. Paga is the most transitional border in the Northern part of the country. But, despite that, the town is well known also for friendly crocodiles. There is a perception [...]
Making Shea Butter in Ghana - read about raw shea butter production in Ghana, Shea butter use and economical benefits for Ghanian women.
Getting Around Ghana on Public Transport When traveling across Ghana, using public transport is almost unavoidable therefore hopefully this guide to public transport in Ghana will help you to get familiar with public transport options. Surprisingly, public transport in this West African country can be either comfortable, relatively quick and on time either uncomfortable, slow [...]
Fire Festival or How Dagomba People in Northern Ghana Celebrate New Year The Bugum Chugu Fire Festival in Northern Ghana Fire is one of the most important holidays among people of Dagbon, but is well known also among Gonja, Mamprusi and Nanumba, all living in the Northern part of Ghana. It is celebrated at the beginning [...]
20 Instagrammers to Follow With Awesome Photos of Daily Life From Africa We love Instagram! Its the place we spend quite some amount of time everyday and this post is for all you out here who love Africa and are looking for different faces of Africa. Selection was hard, since there are so many [...]
The Latest Information on Getting Visa for Ghana in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso! Application for Ghanian Visa At the reception, you will be first asked for your purpose of visiting the embassy. After explaining, you are allowed to enter the main office. There, you have to fill in a form, add four passport photos, yellow fever [...]
Tamale is a great introduction to get to know Northern Ghanaian culture, which is much different from cultures in the Southern part of the country. Read what to do, see and where to go in Tamale Ghana, even if you have a day to explore.
50 Movies Where the Action Happens in Africa - A long list of films shot in Africa, from documentaries, dramas, love stories and movies inspired by true events
Dagomba Birth and Naming Ceremony in Ghana - how Dagomba people welcome new child into this world. Katja had privilege to partake in Dagomba baby naming ceremony while living in Tamale, Ghana.