Kaya Tours touts Ghana’s tourism diversity

Mr. Gilbert Abeiku Santana, seated from left, with the team

Indigenous Ghanaian tour operator, Kaya Tours Ghana Limited has successfully embarked on an incredible domestic fun trip to Ada, one of the best ecotourism addresses in the country.

The tour, Mr Abeiku Aggrey Santana CEO of Kaya Tours explained, is aimed at offering the best possible tour packages within the shortest time from Accra bundled in a luxurious affordable content, adding “when you think tourism, think 360,”.

The two-day, one night journey, was carried in an all luxurious bus with wifi, fully air-conditioned, bedroom, LCD TV’s, toilet and bathroom with kitchen with a microwave oven facility.

The route to Ada the team said, was exciting with adventure safari as the creativity of the tour operator, Kaya, manifested throughout the journey.  The bus first stopped at A1 raceway where the patrons participated in Go Kart racing competition.

The fun party bus comprises hit song maker, Article Wan, Radio Presenter Nana Romeo, Journalist and Publisher Nii Mustapha Attractive, Artiste Manager and Event Consultant Godwin Dogbe and some selected tourism enthusiasts.

After partaking in the grand durbar of this year’s Asafutufiam festival, the revelers joined the busting night life activities in Ada, Brightest spot for a live band session with the vintage Sappers Band.

Early next morning, the team was fully energized as the refreshing breeze of the Atlantic Ocean gave them reason to visit the much talked about Holy Trinity Spa, a 36-kilometre drive to Sogakope.

Holy Trinity Spa is essentially the ultimate romantic destination for holidays, vacation and getaways.

At the Spa the team was treated to drinks and a fulfilled atmosphere at the riverside where they had the opportunity to feed ducks and crocodiles in their habitat.

Liaised with modern facilities, the Holy Trinity Spa at Sogakope has exquisite services in an ambiance where one can reconnect with nature. The spa has horses, camels, rabbits, birds, crocodiles, and water sports including boat cruises.

In recent years Kaya Tours has established a firmer footing in Ghana’s domestic tourism, creating major partnerships with some of these facilities to further promote Ghana’s tourism offerings.

Kaya Tours has organized adventure tours to Kwahu, Cape Coast, Kumasi, Axim, Akosombo, Tamale, and currently, Ada.

Poised on delivering exciting tour packages to conform with the changing demands both local and international standards, the company discloses upcoming exciting tours to destinations in the sub-region.

By Wisdom Jonny-Nuekpe