In Ghana with Sierra Nallo

In Ghana with Sierra Nallo

Ghana /

Meet Sierra, visual artist and seasoned traveler. Check her work at www.sierranallo.com and find out how she’s enjoying her current new home!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   I am a photographer from Sierra Leone and England who is currently living in Ghana. Growing up, I lived between Canada and parts of West Africa; […]

The TEA BAA in Accra – Collaboration with Air Côte D’ivoire

The TEA BAA in Accra – Collaboration with Air Côte D’ivoire

Ghana / Zoom on… /

I was walking in the streets of the OSU neighborhood when I fell in front of this beautiful yellow facade. A friend told me they have the best iced teas in town (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic). I told myself that I had to test and I was not disappointed. There’s also a small menu of smoothies and […]

Travelling with Daron Bandeira

Travelling with Daron Bandeira

Seychelles /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Meet Daron Bandeira, co-founder of Afrobougee, photographer and world travel enthusiast!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   My name is Daron Bandera and I’m a lifestyle and travel photographer based in Ghana. I’m originally […]

In Accra with Latifah Idriss

In Accra with Latifah Idriss

Ghana /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Meet Latifah and experience the Accra she has come to know.   So tell us a bit about yourself and where you’re based ?   Hi, Latifah here, based in Accra. I’m a creative. Currently working on […]

Gallery 1957 in Accra, Ghana

Gallery 1957 in Accra, Ghana

Ghana /

Based in Accra and working internationally, Gallery 1957 is dedicated to contemporary art. With a curatorial focus on West Africa, the gallery presents a programme of exhibitions, installations and performances by the region’s most significant artists. Gallery 1957 works with artists currently bridging the gap between local and international practices, including Serge Attukwei Clottey, Jeremiah […]

Chale Wote 2017 – WATA MATA

Chale Wote 2017 – WATA MATA

Ghana /

We’re less than 2 weeks away from the seventh edition of the Chale Wote street art festival and we hope you’re all just as excited as us for it!   This year’s edition promises to be just as exciting as its predecessors. Themed WATA MATA, the festival promises to bring together a wide selection of Ghana based […]

No visa, No problem: Most visa-open African destinations for African nationals

No visa, No problem: Most visa-open African destinations for African nationals

Benin / Cape Verde / Comoro / Djibouti / Ghana / Guinea Bissau / Madagascar / Maurice / Mauritania / mozambique / Rwanda / Seychelles / Somalia / Togo / Uganda /

If you have an African passport, you already know the hassle of applying for visas to travel almost everywhere. While dreams of a borderless Africa are still far away, some governments are already taking steps to insure smoother travels for africans to their african neighbours. Regional blocks like ECOWAS and SADC allow for relatively free […]

My Africa, My Accra by Essilfua Bartels

My Africa, My Accra by Essilfua Bartels

Destinations / Ghana / Inspiration / West Africa /

Essilfua Bartels is the 4th child among 7. She was born in Accra, Ghana but she currently lives in Englewood, NJ (USA). She worked in global companies in Finance and Procurement for 8 years but now she runs a spice and sauce business full time in NJ. She was recently in Accra to work on […]

The Accra City Guide of Nana Anokyewaa

The Accra City Guide of Nana Anokyewaa

Ghana / Inspiration / West Africa /

Nana Anokyewaa, 22, is a Nursing student who resides in Ghana. We discovered her on instagram and we thought it would be super interesting to ask her to tell us a little bit about her city, Accra. In this City Guide, Nana shares her tips on everything from Accra’s best restaurants and shops and sightseeing.   How would […]

Ghana (February/March 2015)

Ghana (February/March 2015)

Ghana /

I went to Ghana for the first time ever exactly one year ago. I can recall the feeling of stepping out of the airplane as if it was yesterday. I miss Ghana, the heat, my family and newly made friends, the food and the positiv energy people give you. A small recap of my experience […]