I couldn’t have gotten any better

I loved my visit to Ghana and will return again. The people are beautiful and welcoming. I felt safe throughout the stay and feel like I am leaving family behind. Thank you! I couldn’t have gotten any better. Tamu N. (USA) -…

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Perfect guidance and skills

After returning back home and to business as usual, I hardly find words for expressing my dearest thanks for your excellence organisation and tour-preparations! All clients have been highly satisfied and appreciated the perfect guidance and skills of Samuel! It'll…

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The whole package was wonderful

The whole package was wonderful because the people – Mimi, David, Samson were wonderful. The route included an aweful lot of hours. I’m not sure how one might avoid this however, David told stories and taught songs which helped the…

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A good experience

Thank you for all your help in organizing an enjoyable holiday. We would have loved to do more sightseeing of Ghana but for time. All in all, a good experience. I will recommend Blastours to friends and family who are…

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The best itineraries through Ghana

Thank you Mimi for creating the best itineraries through Ghana! You made everything easy and fun - Craig and I have felt so taken care of on each of our trips and that's all due to Blastours (you!). When are…

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The holiday of my lifetime!

The holiday of my lifetime! What a wonderful way to celebrate my 50th birthday. I felt an honoured guest at all times revisiting my country of birth. The selection of activities/visits was very well chosen as it covered a wide…

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Akwantu Kese Festival

  Akwantu Kese is celebrated by the people of Suma in the Jaman North of the Brong Ahafo Region in Ghana. It was instituted among other things to commemorate the historical journey of the ancestors of Suma and Gyaman from…

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La Fête de l’Awilé

The festival of Awilé is an annual celebration . It is believed that the goddess of the lake brings together the inhabitants of nearby villages to chase away the evil spirits.

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La Fête de l’Igname

This traditional celebration  was originally organized by the Salman tribe to give thanks for a good harvest.

This Yam festival is celebrated annually on the 15th of August in the town of Savalou. 

According to Tossoh GBAGUIDI XIII, King of this locality, the yam species (more…)

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Fête de Nonvitcha

The festival of Nonvitcha is celebrated in Sèdjè (Cococodji).

For nearly a century, the sons and daughters Popo, Houeda and Xwla gather annually to celebrate Pentecost, at the beach of Grand-Popo.

Every year, thousands gather to celebrate the union between (more…)

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