Spring Equinox: Accessing Your Ancestor's and Intuition Retreat
Are you feeling like you are disconnected from your intuition? Do you need help reconnecting to your inner voice? Well, look no further! We have created a space that will assist you to reconnect with your intuition, help you to identify your inner guidance system and strengthen your ability to follow that still inner voice.
The Nsoromma Services Team is leading a 3 day retreat the weekend of May 8, 2020 - May 10, 2020.
Register Now: You will be contacted with details of the private location and more. If you need a payment plan or other arrangements please contact the team at [email protected]
Soul Retrieval GHANA 2019
Soul Retrieval GHANA 2019
Nosoromma Services is proud to host a trip home to the Motherland.
Ghana is a prosperous African nation that defies the story of poverty and strife. Not yet touched by mass tourism Ghana has much to explore.
Ghana. Glorious Ghana.- bustling coastal cities and vibrant culinary and arts scenes. Engage with its painful but important history as a hub for the Transatlantic Slave Trade, As people of African-descent, we will retrace the emotional, physical, and spiritual journey of our ancestors.
Ghanaians are renowned for their version of jollof (a rice dish that is popular throughout West Africa). Ghana is rich not only in culture but in natural resources. It’s Africa’s second-largest producer of both cocoa and gold (which is why it was called Gold Coast). It’s also rich in diamonds and oil.
Two of the most well-known Ghanaians are Kofi Annan the former secretary-general of the United Nations from 1997- 2006 and Kofi Siriboe, a Ghanaian-American actor starring in Oprah's hit "Queen Sugar"
Things we will see:
Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and Mausoleum. This site is dedicated to Kwame Nkrumah, the Ghanaian politician, and revolutionary who led the country to independence from Britain in 1957. A fascinating and powerful man, he was both the country’s first president and prime minister.
Black Star Square. This important square is walking distance from Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and the Accra Sports Stadium. Flanked by Independence Arch, it’s the site of Ghana’s Independence Day festivities and other major gatherings.
Makola Market is Accra’s largest and is filled with everything you could imagine including color textile shops
Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle.
These are two of the forty or so “slave castles” where enslaved blacks were sold, corralled, abused, and shipped to “The New World”.
Kakum National Park.
If you crave a bit of adventure, then Kakum is for you. The park encompasses a rainforest that’s home to a slew of endangered animals and critters. However, its most prominent feature is a canopy walk comprised of seven rope bridges that are suspended from trees over 130 feet off the ground.
Join us and Reconnect with your ancestral past.
Roundtrip airfare including all taxes & fuel surcharges
Airport Transfers & Assistance by our representatives.
5 Nights accommodations in Accra
3 Nights accommodations at Cape Coast.
14 Meals: 7 breakfasts and 7 dinners
All Entrances fee for the sightseeing as per itinerary
Service of English speaking guide/security
All hotel taxes & Government taxes
Notes: non-refundable deposit due upon registration.
Book Now if Payment Plan is required!