“Green spaces for Bohemian Travel and Experience”


“Explore Ghana’s history and culture in small group tours".  

Tailored for your needs, or relax with us on holistic retreats organised from time to time for vegans and peace-seekers.  

Experience the culture, or just unwind and rewire….

Contact UsFor more details of the next retreat or to request a cultural tour for your family, club or small group.


“Tailored tours for entrepreneurs like you,
Legal Seminars, Networking, and the view from the Inside….

We are offering 14-DAY INVESTMENT TOURS to Accra, GHANA. The tours are ideal for enterprising business people wanting to invest or set up a business in Ghana, and who need to gain an insight into the legal and business environment in the country.

The tours are tailored for small groups with spaces limited.

Each tour will include:

  • LEGAL SEMINARS on mining concessions, registering a business, buying or leasing land, immigration laws, employment regulations, Intellectual Property rights in Ghana and the sub-region, and more.
  • INVESTOR TOURS to key government agencies and departments in Accra, Tema, Cape Coast, Aburi, and to cultural   sites of interest; with optional tours to Kumasi.
  • ACCOMMODATION and meals: Breakfast and Dinner.

Contact us to register for the next tour.

Legassi Gardens Terms and Conditions for Tour Packages

Invest in an emerging economy of West Africa

with a stable government & competitive labor force, by Akwaso Adjei:-

“Recently, Ghana signed the U.S. government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation Compact, which is designed to promote sustainable economic growth.

The MCC Board selects eligible countries based on their demonstrated commitment to “ruling justly, investing in people, and encouraging economic freedom.”

Ghana is the third best Sub-Saharan African country to live in terms of education, health, quality of life, economic competitiveness, and political environment, a Newsweek magazine ranking has said.

Other reasons to invest in Ghana include:

1. Ongoing privatizations in key economic sectors

2. Expanding stock market

3. Competitive labour force

4. Ongoing infrastructure development

5. Export-free zones where goods traded with other countries are exempt from customs duties and laws

6. Immediate access to all markets of the Economic Community of West African States          (ECOWAS)

7. Quota-free access to U.S. and European Union markets

    For more information please see “Why Ghana?”

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