How to make your trip to Ghana more meaningful


It’s the month of May! We are almost getting to the middle of the year. Have you started traveling already? Connect with us on our socials and share your travel experiences after the pandemic with us.

ACT is excited to arrange meaningful trips to Africa and beyond. We are very grateful that we can travel with some ease after the pandemic. My people in our community come to us with this question. How do you facilitate meaningful/sustainable trips for your customers? 


ACT is dedicated to arranging and facilitating meaningful trips by making a trip beneficial to the visitor and the local communities. We make sure that we put together travel packages that allow traveler to share their skills and experiences with the local inhabitants. If you can read, play, cook, sew, engage in gardening, teach computer skills, etc. then ACt has different projects in education, well-being, and community care that travelers can be involved in. 

Our trips allow you as a traveler to experience the local culture firsthand. For instance, you get to experience the culture, make friends, and enjoy the beautiful scenery in Africa. 


This year, we are happy to partner with Eye of the Lord Orphanage home, Ghana to help provide educational opportunities and medical assistance to orphaned and vulnerable children and assist low-income families with small businesses and training opportunities. Our goal is to arrange travel packages that will allow travelers to spend some time in this organization and support them where they can.

ACT is dedicated to making out trips meaningful in the smallest yet most impactful ways. As a company, we put together trips that impact the traveler and the local communities they visit.

Read more about Eye of the Lord Orphanage by clicking HERE.


Look forward to our Summer, 2022 trip to Ghana.

ACT. is working on a summer trip to Ghana. This means that you will have the opportunity to learn about the Ghanaian culture and interact with the locals. you will learn how to cook Ghanaian dishes, and of course, do volunteer work.  

Update yourself with more information about this trip by visiting our social media platforms with the links shared below.