Tag Archives: responsible travel

Don’t worry we are still here

I know it has been entirely too long since my last blog post but there has been so much going on in the world of tourism in Ghana and West Africa I have just had to put it on hold. Continue reading

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Information about Power and Electricity for the Traveler to Ghana, Togo, and Benin

One of the questions that I received from travelers going to Ghana, Togo and Benin with us is, what is the availability of electricity and the plugs that are used in these countries?  For me to answer their question since … Continue reading

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The 5 Most Unique Places to Sleep in Ghana

Ghana is a very unique place to spend your vacation or holiday as it is but there are some places that you can choose to stay for the night that makes it that much more unique and provides those amazing … Continue reading

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Bringing the Eco-Volunteering Spirit to Your Own Backyard

This is a guest blog by Anni Murry a freelance writer for www.Journeys4Good.com Writing about eco-voluntourism means learning about the many thousands of ways a person can make a difference abroad. The sheer number of opportunities is staggering: helping children … Continue reading

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Wanderer Wednesday #11: Eco-travel Responsibly

The world tourism industry is the largest in the world. With this sort of power there is so much potential for environmental harm, but there are things that can be done to do good while traveling that can decrees the … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Why you should take your next vacation with Green Bug Adventures.

This was originally on the About page of this website.  I did not like it there and felt that it put too much on one page.  But these reasons still apply to why you should travel with Green Bug Adventures … Continue reading

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Wanderer Wednesday #8: How to avoid romance scams

Ghana is a wonderful place with friendly people that are like most places generally honest.  If you don’t believe me go and visit, spend some time and get to know some people.  But unfortunately recently Ghana has gained a little bit of a reputation for … Continue reading

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Wander Wednesday #5: Ghana Travel Etiquette Continued

Last week I started a post on Wanderer Wednesday about travel Etiquette for Ghana. We went over a number things to consider, like how you dress, not using your left hand, greeting people, smoking in public, visiting the chief, and … Continue reading

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What is an Anti-Safari?

You may have seen my new marketing image and asked yourself, “gee I wonder what this guy has against safaris?”

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