Oct 26, 2017, 1:42 PM
While developments in the tourism, culture and hospitality industry have led to socio-economic benefits in other parts of Ghana, the Northern Savanna Ecological Zone (NSEZ) accounts for less than 5% of total tourist traffic in the country and also less than 15% of the total country stock of accommodation facilities.
Oct 26, 2017, 1:30 PM
Tourism, a major socio - economic activity and force for showcasing culture and creative arts has the potential of becoming an engine of socio-cultural, economic and environmental development and growth through foreign exchange and tax revenue if well structured, organised and packaged. It is believed that this can also drive substantial improvement in the well-being of indigenes in the form of job creation, income distribution and balanced regional development.