A Culinary Experience in Ghana

Millennial travelers are far more likely to travel to countries to experience rich cultures. They are less interested in vacationing, and more into authentic cultural experiences packed with information and discovery. Earlier this year StratoJet shared over 60 Mellenial Travel Statistics, concluding that 86% of millennials travel to experience new cultures, as opposed to 44% who view travel as a party destination, and 28% who want to go shopping in a new country. To feed this new trend, check out this cooking class that helps support a local community center in Ghana’s capital, Accra. You’ll be shopping in local market, cooking over open fire, and given several local alcohol spirits to taste.  It’s the full experience.

SOURCE: TRAVEL NOIRE

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