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21.02.2005 General News

Ghana's tourists' sites for world documentary

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Accra, Feb. 21, GNA - Filming an hour-long documentary of some tourist sites in Ghana will begin this week by a group American companies.

The documentary dubbed "Presidential Tour of Ghana" will feature interesting places such as the Kakum Forest in Cape Coast, Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary in the Brong Ahafo Region and other interesting sites in the Northern and other parts of the country.

Mr Forest Sawyer, a television producer and a correspondent for several media networks in the United States of America told the Ghana News Agency that the hour-long documentary would be shown on various Discovery Channels throughout the world.

The aim, he said was to educate Americans and the rest of the world, about Ghana and Africa, its beauty, challenges and opportunities. "We want to learn about Africa through Ghana, which is said to be a gateway to Africa," The American Television star said.

Describing Ghana as a very remarkable country with a good economy, Mr Sawyer said "We will also like to talk to the people of Ghana, introducing them to the rest of the world".

On Tourism, Mr Sawyer said Ghana abounds with many tourist sites and the industry could become larger, if its tourist sites were exposed to the world.

Free Fall Company and Kaos Production Limited and other American companies are involved in producing the documentary.

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