The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) has unveiled the schedule of events for the 2022 ‘December in GH’ campaign.
December in GH is the country’s biggest celebration of Cultural, Entertainment, Adventure, Nightlife, Fashion, Gastronomy, Tours and Community service.
Since 2019, the ‘December in GH’ event schedule is one that many travelers look forward to when planning their activities for their holiday trip to Ghana.
For locals, it offers opportunity to know what is going on around the country in December.
This year’s schedule contains over 90 events that will last up to next year, January 2023 and aims at giving patrons the best of holiday experiences.
Manager of Beyond The Return Secretariat, Annabelle McKenzie, expressed the anticipation of her outfit in giving Ghanaians and visitors the best of experience in their Christmas festivities.
We’re expecting this year to be the biggest for ‘December in GH. We are excited about welcoming both returning and first-time travelers to Ghana.
We’ve endorsed more events that touch on the different pillars for the Beyond the Return initiative.
Here is the list of all the events featured the 2022 December in GH schedule
The pillars for the Beyond the Return initiative include Experience Ghana, Celebrate Ghana, Invest in Ghana, Brand Ghana, Give Back Ghana, Diaspora Pathways to Ghana, and Promote Pan-African Heritage and Innovation.
Over the years, some events have become favorites of patrons and have been included in this year’s activities. These events include, Afrochella, Little Havana, Taste of Ghana, Afro Nation, YouTube Creators Festival, Westside Carnival, and the Roverman Productions Festival of Plays.
However, there are introductions of new events on this year’s schedule. Some of the new events include Ada Riverfest, Jollof & Afrobeat Festival, Afrobeats Bazaar, Ghana Water Polo Tournament, Nkyinkyim Museum Freedom Parade and First Time Home
Buyers in Ghana Seminar.
Ghana was recently listed as one of the top travel destinations by National Geographic. It is anticipated that the country will receive a record number of international travelers this season.
Story by: Sammy Danso Eghan |univers.ug.edu.gh