Ghana was rated as an expensive destination by 50.4 percent of foreign travelers polled by the Ghana Tourism Authority at the Kotoka International Airport.
However, 15.45% of attendees stated they were extremely delighted with their whole experience with the “Beyond the Return” version of December in Ghana 2021 activities, while 72.76 percent of visitors said they were satisfied.
95 percent of guests who had already visited Ghana said they would return for events in December 2022.
Participants believe that the December 2022 event in Ghana will undergo certain changes, including the organization of programs in additional locations and the addition of more programs.
They also suggested conducting events in more convenient, huge auditoriums.
260 program participants were questioned for the 2021 December in Ghana survey at the departure hall of Kotoka International Airport.
38 percent of the respondents were men and 62 percent were women.
More participants (80.6 percent) were in employment.
In the 18–39 age range millennials made up 73.8 percent of the population. 61 percent of people have bachelor’s degrees.
40 percent of travelers to Ghana during that time were on their first visit, while 28 percent had been there more than three times.
Participants that were actively participated ranked “Experience Ghana” as the first pillar of Beyond the Return and “Celebrate Ghana” as the second.