Even before Citi TV’s 2022 Heritage Caravan sets off for a tour of a lifetime, patrons have already been treated to great food and indigenous music.
Popular Ga traditional music band, Dromo Naa, served patrons melodious Ga songs as they had breakfast after smoothly going through the registration process at the Accra Tourists Information Center.
A convoy of vehicles including 3 STC buses will chauffeur patrons around places of interest in 13 regions in the country in the next seven days.
Some of the patrons shared their expectations with Citi News.
“I am so excited to be on the 2022 Heritage Caravan. I have been looking forward to this for a very long time. I am looking forward to having fun and to know everywhere in Ghana. I am happy, and I am going to have fun”, one of them said.
“The experience so far has been awesome. The process has been so smooth. This year, I want to explore Ghana and see the part of the country we do not see. It’s going to be amazing, and I am going to learn as well”, another expressed.
This year, the Caravan will start from the Greater Accra Region, and continue to the Central, Western, Bono, Northern, Upper East, Ashanti, and the Eastern Regions.
It will make stops at historical sites in these regions, and patrons will have the opportunity to learn about compelling facts, and amazing cultural discoveries during these visits.
Aside from the education, exploration, and adventure anticipated for this year’s road trip, patrons will also be taken out on the razzle with a line-up of activities like a Bonfire Night, Boboobo display, a mini durbar with lots of local dishes and drinks, and the chance to form life-long bonds with other entrants.
The Caravan is expected to be back in Accra on March 12, 2022.
The Heritage Caravan, an initiative of Citi FM and Citi TV takes place in the month of March (Heritage Month) and it is part of a month-long exposition on the Ghanaian heritage and historical antecedents.
The 2022 edition is sponsored by Goil, Hollard, Malta Guinness, Voltic Mineral Water, Colgate and the Ghana Tourism Authority.