Kwahu Easter

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Kwahu Easter is the annual Easter celebrations at the Kwahu South District of the Eastern Region of Ghana. People from all walks of life and all nationality throng to the Kwahu Hills every Easter to celebrate the three-day-long holiday.


Activities include paragliding, hiking, carnivals and street jams. For the indigenes, that is the Kwahu people, it is an annual homecoming, but for holiday revelers it is an occasion for celebrations.[1] There are also performances by various artists.[2]


In 2005 the Ministry of Tourism began a paragliding activity as part of the line up events for the Easter celebrations.


  1. ^ "Kwahu Paragliding Festival In Focus". Pulse magazine. Retrieved 7 April 2015.
  2. ^ "Adom FM takes over Kwahu Easter". Adom Fm. Retrieved 7 April 2015.