Abeiku Santana To Represent Ghana At The International Summer Week Festival In Sardinia


Ghana’s most celebrated Tourism Oriented Media Personality and entrepreneur has recieved a invitation from Associazione TDM2000, Commune di Cagliari and Fondazione di Sardegna out of his busy itinerary to participate in this year’s International Summer Week in Sardinia after the successful execution of the first ever Ghana Music Awards France in Toulouse under his board chairmanship last week.

The Managing Director of Kaya Tours and Management Services will be representing Ghana highly at the Summer Week in Sardinia, an Italian island of the Mediterranean coast.


International Summer Week is the meeting point for young passionate people to explore new cultures and discover new ways of expressing themselves through arts for over 20 years, the event has presented the beauties of Sardinia to the world, and enabled participants to discover Mediterranean life, the richness of other cultures and new ways of expression. Sardinia is home to some of the world’s most fascinating beaches and a perfect destination for summer vacations.

Every year over 200 young travelers from all over Europe and the world travel to participate in the International Summer Week making it one of the biggest intercultural events in summer.

Every day of the event comes with a visit to different landmarks and the evening comes with a different party vibe. During the entire week long celebrations, Abeiku Santana popularly known as Mr Tourism will be demonstrating Ghana’s rich culture at the global intercultural village and contribute traditional Ghanaian music and a current contemporary afrobeats song to be used to create a playlist that will be shared at the intercultural nights of the festival.

We all know how he does it when it comes to toursim and representing the motherland. The Exclusive Man of the Year award winner for Tourism Marketing and Promotion will lives no stone unturn. The festival will begin from the 1st of August to the 8th of August 2022.