Black Star Travel Group Announces Third Holiday Trip To Accra, Ghana, December 24, 2021 – January 3, 2022

The Brooklyn-based Black Star Travel Group, who curates concierge-style travel packages, is accepting reservations for its third holiday season trip to Accra, Ghana, December 24, 2021 – January 3, 2022. The 9 days, 8 nights travel package costs $5,800 per person until October 1, 2021. The package includes economy roundtrip airfare on Delta Airlines from JFK to Accra, 4-star hotel accommodations including daily breakfast & dinner, ground transportation: air-conditioned motor coach, and a series of events, activities, access to the best restaurants, night clubs, pristine beaches, and cultural and historic sites in the country. Ghana is rated as one of the premiere new travel destinations in the world.

Black Star’s travel groups are intimate, with about 20 people, and provide travelers with a balanced mix of curated events and activities, and free time for exploration and discovery. On this year’s trip, travelers will have the option to participate in an African Ancestry Genealogy test, which will be revealed at the historical Cape Coast Slave Castle, which is where millions of Africans were enslaved and shipped to the Americas and Caribbean. Travelers will also be able to participate in a traditional African Naming Ceremony. 
Additional events and activities include attending Afrochella, one of Africa’s premiere music festivals; a festive Black Star New Year’s Eve Party; an Aqua Safari Day Trip; visiting the Kakum National Park; W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan African Culture; Camp Tsatse, one of Ghana’s most luxurious resorts in Ada; Assin Manso Ancestral River Site; taking a traditional African dance class at The University of Legon; and a nighttime beach bonfire and cultural performance. The finale event of the trip will feature a Black Star festive dinner and New Year’s Eve Party. 

During travelers free-time, Black Star’s concierge services will help you customize your own itinerary and refer you to the best beaches, Labadi and Bojo; markets and shopping for African art and cultural products crafted by indigenous artisans; popular restaurants specializing in traditional Ghanaian cuisine, Luckies Place Restaurant & Bar, Buka, and Bondai restaurants; and late-night partying at the city’s most popular night clubs, Bloom Bar, Twist, Carbon, and Plot 7.
You make your reservation with a $1000 non-refundable deposit by October 1, 2021, by clicking on 
For more information contact: K. Osei Williams (929) 263-4795

Source: Black Star Travel Group

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