Articles tagged “ghana”

Provocative ‘Go Back to Africa’ Travel Campaign Sees Early Success in Ghana

Provocative ‘Go Back to Africa’ Travel Campaign Sees Early Success in Ghana

Sarah Enelow-Snyder, Skift

Much of the black travel movement is concerned with destinations that see few black visitors. Now one of the movement’s key companies is focusing on a decidedly black space: the African continent.

5 months ago

Black-Owned Agencies in the U.S. Carve a Successful Niche in African Tourism

Black-Owned Agencies in the U.S. Carve a Successful Niche in African Tourism

Maria Lenhart, Skift

Henderson Travel, a black-owned agency founded back in the Civil Rights era, pioneered roots travel to Africa. Its continued success is a testament not just to the popularity of genealogical tourism, but a booming African-American travel market.

1 year ago

The local food and drink movement takes root in West Africa

Afua Hirsch, The Guardian

Local food is now one of the major drivers of global tourism so destinations would be remiss to not celebrate and promote what makes their cuisine unique and delicious.

7 years ago

Budget airline Fastjet to launch in Africa with EasyJet founder’s support

Fastjet's reliance on already approved routes and leased aircraft, not to mention EasyJet's expertise, give it a shot in an environment where few have tried.

8 years ago