Tag Archive: Tourism

Chale Wote: Ghana street art festival

Ghana’s Chale Wote street art festival is back and this year’s theme is Spirit Robots. Now in its sixth year, more than 200 artists will descend on Accra’s James Town. The free festival… Continue reading

Ghana Street Photography

  These images will put a smile on any face. A group of snap happy London photographers – Charlie Kwai, Chris Lee and Paul Storrie – have collated street photographs taken while travelling… Continue reading

Ghana by Numbers

To most, Ghana is famous for one thing chocolate. But there’s more to this West African nation than Fairtrade cocoa. It has art, music and dance. Here’s a brief summary of the country… Continue reading

Street Art In The Gambia

Graffiti artist Eelus is curating an art project called Wide Open Walls to encourage sustainable tourism in Gambia. Along with seven other artists they intend to create some stunning murals and set up… Continue reading

Tourism has been a curse and credit to the Maasai

Often referred to as the most famous tribe in East Africa. You can’t help but wonder how much tourism has helped this indigenous group in Kenya. After visiting Nairobi, I felt incredibly sorry for… Continue reading