The Caravan headed straight to Kumasi the capital of the Asante kingdom the travel lasted for eight hours amidst fun activities on the bus.
In Kumasi, the caravan visited two historical museums, the Military Museum and the Manhyia Palace Museum. Where participants had a first hand education of rich Asante culture. Which is well curated and documented.
The Manhyia Meseuem possess a rich art collection of Asante artefacts. From gold, gunpowder, guns and gifts gifted to the kingdom during the reign of past chiefs of the kingdom.
Participants of the caravan who mostly are tourism, arts and culture enthusiasts were marvelled at our rich Ghanaian culture. The Caravan on day 3 expected to be in the Northern part of the country exploring on what the region got to offer in terms of tourism.
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