Ghanaian Couple Buys An Island And Transforms It Into A Health Retreat

Ghanaian Couple Buys An Island And Transforms It Into A Health Retreat

  • A Ghanaian couple, Kwame and Alberta, have shared their story of how they bought a property in the Eastern Region of Ghana and transformed it into a health retreat
  • The island is owned by a man, his wife and his wife's twin sister, who granted an interview with a YouTuber to explain how they came up with the idea to build a health retreat
  • Many netizens were impressed by their innovation and expressed the desire to visit the resort one day

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Three relatives have put their minds together to transform an island into a health retreat site. In an interview with Jasmine Ama, the family explained that their love for nature inspired the idea behind the health retreat.

Ghanaian family transforms island into a health farm
Ghanaian family transforms an island into a health farm. Photo credit: Jasmine Ama
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They spoke about how they acquired the vast land by saying they bought it from a desperate local chief in 1998 for about $1845. The man explained that they started conceiving the idea for a retreat in 2014 when students abroad came to Ghana to engage in fun activities.

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Thus, they decided to create tourism for them, allowing them to explore the island and experience nature at its best. They added that the island is a healing ground for relaxing and winding down.

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Several netizens were impressed by what the family had accomplished and took the comments to share their thoughts. samples a few below.

Brooklyn-born 83 commented:

Hi Jasmine, This is so refreshing. I worry that people want to flock to or return to Ghana to recreate a western lifestyle, ergo huge houses, nice cars and other modern conveniences, without considering the environmental and social impact on pre-existing communities. This retreat is wonderful.

hahaha70263 remarked:

A wonderful vid and interview. Ghana should promote more eco-tourism. I love the twins' natural hair and pretty smiles.

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kaydenpat added:

Great interview. Ghana truly is paradise. I hope it stays that way and that Ghanaians continue to protect their environment.

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