Our Partners

Collaboration for smarter and great travel experience 

Travelife

Travelife is a leading training, management and certification initiative for tourism companies committed to reaching sustainability.

Operating your business in a socially and environmentally friendly manner makes good business sense!  Both consumer and business demand for responsible products is growing and the public wants to know how you manage your business.

Companies ready to get to work towards sustainability will, therefore, score better on customer satisfaction, staff motivation and business efficiency with positive effects for their competitive advantage.  Sustainability management is all about commitment and consistent sustainable business practices. This includes your products, how you monitor and manage your impacts, and how you support your suppliers on their road to sustainability.

Travel Leaders' Ghana

Travel Leaders Group, a division of Internova Travel Group, is a unified collection of premium brands that empowers our international community of luxury, leisure and corporate travel advisors to create unique travel experiences for their clients through the world’s leading travel companies.

 

Responsible Travel

Our holidays are more enjoyable because they do good

When your trip benefits others, you gain too. All our trips support communities and preserve nature - which helps you get closer to both. So when you travel with us, everyone wins.

 

And they should do more than minimize impact

Our holidays work with people and planet, and ensure maximum benefit to both. We manually screen each one, and publish the evidence on every holiday page. That way, you know any trip with us will be a force for good, as well as truly memorable. And, when you travel with us, we’ll fund a day out for a child - so they can experience something new and great too. We call it our trip for a trip.

 

Together, we’re making tourism better

We’re an activist company, founded in 2001. We are far from perfect, but try to lead by example, and campaign for change. By supporting our work and choosing our holidays, you’re helping create a kinder, more responsible industry for everyone.

IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 290 airlines or 83% of total air traffic. We support many areas of aviation activity and help formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.​

Ghana Tourism Authority

he Ghana Tourism Authority is a Ghanaian state agency under the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts responsible for the regulation of tourism in Ghana by marketing, promoting, licensing, classifying, researching and developing tourism facilities and services in the country.

The Authority was established in 1960 as the Ghana Tourist Board. The board was renamed as the Ghana Tourism Authority in 2011 under act 817. The act extended the tasks of the agency to oversee the implementation of government policies in the industry.

The act also makes the agency a fully fledged income generating authority by establishing a fund to which every tourism business is required to contribute one percent (1%) of its revenue for tourism development.

TOUGHA

The Tour Operators’ Union of Ghana (TOUGHA) is the body representing tour operators in the country. TOUGHA is incorporated as a Limited by Guarantee Entity by the Registrar General’s Department of Ghana in accordance with the Companies’ Act of 1963 (Act 179) and recognized by the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) is also a member of the Ghana Tourism Federation (GHATOF) and affiliated to other continental and global tourism organizations.

ASTA

Our world is travel. Our members include travel advisors and the companies whose products they sell, from cruises and safaris to hotels and car rentals. Since our founding in 1931, ASTA has worked to fulfill its mission of facilitating the business of selling travel by setting high ethical standards and providing effective representation and avenues for shared knowledge and enhanced professionalism