Residents’ Perception of Host-Guest Interaction about Kwahu Easter Festival (KEF) As Festival Tourism

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Residents’ Perception of Host-Guest Interaction about Kwahu Easter Festival (KEF) As Festival Tourism

Abstract

In Ghana, Kwahu Easter Festival (FEK) is one of the festivals different from each other in their meaning and history. The study examines the residents’ awareness of host-guest interaction about KEF as festival tourism by using Doxey’s Irridex Framework. Primary data was sourced from 110 local residents by using questionnaires and convenience sampling technique. The results of the study revealed that the paragliding recreational activity has become so famous and has even become a tourism sign post for KEF in Ghana.

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