Black Love Travel Group presents another 10 day curated travel experience in Ghana, the Black Star Nation, February 14-24, 2019. Next year commemorates The Year of Return which will mark 400 years of since the first enslaved Africans were brought to America in 1619.
It is a time when the global African family are being encouraged to return to home to Ghana and Africa to invest and help develop their roots. There will be programs and events throughout the year to celebrate The Year of Return.
Have you ever wanted to visit the motherland? Do you need a break from the 'matrix' and want to enjoy an exciting adventure abroad? Do you enjoy off the beaten path and authentic (not touristy) travel experiences? Are you a business person or entrepreneur interested in expanding to Africa?
This Trip is for you!
Join us on this exciting 10 day adventure to Accra, Ghana one of Africa's most vibrant cities for an incredible social, cultural and historical adventure from an insider
Hundreds of Leaders to Gather in Accra for Inaugural Africa Summit on Women and Girls in Technology, 13-14 September, 2016
● African policymakers and technology leaders - including some of the continent’s most prominent women - will meet to determine the policy steps needed to close Africa’s growing digital gender gap, which is the largest in the world
● High-level panels and lightning talks will focus on issues around affordable broadband, digital skills and entrepreneurship, and women’s rights
Villa Monticello, Accra’s premiere luxury boutique hotel is giving one lucky couple the chance to win an all expense paid dream wedding for up to 50 guests that will include a 3-course gourmet meal catered by world renown Chef Ruby Paintsil of Chapter One Restaurant, florist, decoration, photography, videography, spa treatments, romantic honeymoon hotel stay, and much more! The wedding will also be featured on the new show on Viasat1 TV, Top Weddings Africa.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (father of the former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court with the same name) once stated, “A mind that is stretched to a new idea never returns to its original dimensions.”
I think the sooner African leaders come to understand this, the better off the continent will be. Everytime I meet with African leaders, they always complain about how Africa is portrayed in the U.S. media. But yet, they never seem to understand the need to have