GTA To Redevelop Tanoboase Sacred Grove After A Successful Takeover


The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) has declared the taking over of the Tanoboase Sacred Grove for its eagerly awaited redevelopment. This critical achievement denotes a vital moment in the continuous efforts to boost tourism development in the area and also draw in increased guest interest.

In a concise ceremony held at the Tanoboase Sacred Grove, the CEO of the Ghana Tourism Authority, Mr. Akwasi Agyeman, thanked the chiefs and people of Tanoboase for their coperation and highlighted the importance of preserving cultural heritage sites like the Tanoboase Sacred Grove while embracing modernization and sustainable tourism practices.

The CEO Mr. Agyeman also stretched out his earnest appreciation to all concerned legislative authorities including the Member of Parliament for the region, and all other stakeholders for their unflinching support and cooperation which will make the project a reality.

The redevelopment of the Tanoboase Sacred Grove is expected to revive the site, making it a seriously engaging and open destination for both homegrown and international guests.

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The GTA anticipates that this project will add to an upsurge in the travel industry activities, stimulate economic growth, and provide opportunities for the local community to showcase their unique traditions and crafts.

The Authority has vowed to work intimately with significant partners to guarantee that the project lines up with the GTA’s central goal of advancing Ghana as a premier travel destination, rich in cultural heritage and natural beauty.

Before this take over, the Authority had handed over the Kyekyewere Eco- Park site in Central Region, the Salaga Slave Market and Wells in Savanna Region and the Pikworo slave camp in the Upper East Region to contractors with relevant input and support of the Gonja East Municipal, the Kassena Nankana and Techiman North District Assemblies who are partnering the GTA for the projects on the historical Slave route in Ghana.

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