Customs: Ghanaians are conservative people and visitors should respect local customs, traditional courtesies and dress codes such as the following. Greeting is an important social function and handshakes with the right hand are common. Beachwear should be confined to the…
Ghana is especially well known for its arts and crafts, which reflect our traditions and cultures. Discover villages that specialize in kente cloth, woven by the Ewe and Asante people for centuries. Witness the process of adinkra printing.
There are 60 Adinkra signs used in these cloths that are credited to proverbs. As a visitor to Ghana, you will find stalls throughout the country selling masks and sculptures from Ghana, Togo, Benin, Mali, Burkina Faso and other West African countries. (more…)
The Chiefs and people of Tema.
Kplejoo is a festival for the gods during which both the gods and people are purified. The festival falls either in March or April depending on the position of the moon and lasts for a full month.
During this festival, the gods are pacified by slaughtering either a sheep or a cow to prevent accidents and bad omen that may befall the state in the coming year.
BlasTours is a Ghanaian-owned destination management company established to meet the needs of business and leisure travelers to and within Ghana Togo and Benin.
Founded in 2003, we’ve grown to be one of the leading tour operators in Ghana. BlasTours is licensed by the Ghana Tourism Authority to provide international travel services and is also registered with the Tour Operators Union of Ghana (TOUGHA).
Togo, also known as the Togolese Republic can be found on the west coast of Africa. It has land boundaries with Burkina Faso to the north, Benin to the east, Ghana to the west, and the south is bordered with…
Welcome to the Land of Sunshine, also referred to as an 'Island of Peace'. Ghana is one of the thriving democracies in Africa, inhabited by the world's friendliest people. Ghana, the gateway to Africa is situated right in the heart…