Ghana Paragliding Festival

Ghana Paragliding Festival is an annual event held during Easter (usually in April).

Seasoned Pilots from around the world are invited to fly hundreds of people during the 3-4 day event at Kwahu Atibie.

Pilots with a wealth of experience are selected and coordinated across several parts of the world, in order to cater for the diverse and dynamic nature of participants who come from across the world to fly and have fun. In line with the Tourism Sector’s vision of making Ghana a leading tourism destination in Africa, the Paragliding Festival was instituted to help achieve this goal.

The event has over the years flown thousands of people and given them memorable experiences.

The 2022 edition promises to be great with tours, hiking and more adventure options. You may drive to Kwahu or get there by public transport via Nkawkaw.

The event is held during the Easter period annually in Kwahu in the Eastern region of Ghana. It attracts thousands of tourists from across the world with numbers increasing annually which led to the need for expansion of the take-off point on the Odweanoma mountain.

The yearly event which is the flagship programme of the Ghana Tourism Authority organized to promote tourism in the country. At Nkawkaw you can board any of the numerous public transport vehicles climbing up the Kwahu mountain to Atibie. Better still you can hire a taxi from Nkawkaw to the Odweanoma Mountain