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Kenpong Travel & Tours announces World Cup packages

Kenpong Travel and Tours, the official Ghana travel agency for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar has finally announced its stimulating packages for Ghanaian fans anticipating to support the Black Stars from November this year.

The unveiling ceremony took place at the Accra International Conference Centre where spokesperson for Kenpong Travel & tours, Mr. Karl Tufour revealed the Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels of packages for football fans who want to travel to Qatar.

Deputy Director at State Protocol, Mr. Philip Kofi Aning said Ghana will do well in Qatar where everything has been put in place for a successful tournament.

He assured that the government of Ghana is fully in support of the Black Stars to reach the Semi Finals of the 2022 World Cup because we have unfinished business with Uruguay and Portugal.

Chief Director at the Ministry of Youth & Sports, Alhaji Hafiz Adam, launched the packages on behalf of the sector minister, Mustapha Ussif.

He said Kenpong is the right firm to lead Ghanaian fans to the World Cup in Qatar.

Packages

The Platinum package, which is the highest tier available, will cost $10,610 for Category A (with feeding) and $9,210 (without feeding).

Both packages also include a business class flight ticket, accommodation (single occupancy in a four or five-star hotel room or villa), three Category One tickets for Ghana matches, COVID-19 testing, travel insurance, medicals, internal transport, and a police report, which is a requirement for entry into Qatar for the tournament.

The Gold package, which costs $8,020 (Category A) and $6,620 (Category B), includes an economy class flight ticket, accommodation (single occupancy in a four or five-star hotel room or villa), three Category Two tickets for Ghana matches, COVID-19 testing, travel insurance, medicals, internal transport, and a police report.

The Silver Package costs $6,900 (Category A) and $5,500 (Category B) and includes an economy class flight ticket, accommodation (double occupancy), three Category Two tickets for Ghana matches, COVID-19 testing, travel insurance, medicals, internal transport, and a police report.

The Bronze Package also costs $6,110 (Category A) and $4,710 (Category B) and includes an economy class flight ticket, accommodation (3-4 persons to a room), three Category Two tickets for Ghana matches, COVID-19 testing, travel insurance, medicals, internal transport, and a police report.

According to the Qatar Airways Country Manager in Ghana, Stellamarie Akhwale, a Boeing 777-900 and a 787-900 (Dreamliner) will convey fans to and from Qatar.

Villas and townhouses have also been secured to accommodate the fans while they are in Qatar.

The company also announced that coaches and buses will transport supporters from the airport on their arrival in Qatar to their villas, as well as convey them to and from the stadia on match days.

Interested fans will be able to apply for any of the packages by visiting any branch of the Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG).

Mr. Emmanuel Nikoi ,Director, Retail and Business Banking at Consolidated Bank Ghana said the bank has many branches all over the country and any interested traveller can contact and present his or her valid passport and make payment to activate the travel process as early as possible.

DCOP George Alex Mensah of the Ghana Police assured fans of adequate security and advised those who will go to comport themselves.

Kenpong Travel and Tours has established a reputation as one of the most trusted brands in the air travel industry.

President of the Sports Writers Association of Ghana, seasoned sports journalist Mr. Kwabena Yeboah said he has experienced Qatar and believes they will organize a great event.

Ghana is in Group H alongside Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea.

Meanwhile a committee has been set up to oversee the smooth operation of getting Ghanaian fans to Qatar and back safely. They include Philip Aning, Taminu Issah, Kwadwo Baah Agyeman, Hon. Patrick Boamah, Karl Tufour and Kennedy Agyepong.

 

By Nana Prempeh|Myxyzonline.com

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