The official travel agent for the 2022 World Cup in Ghana, Kenpong Travel and Tours, has revealed its exciting packages for Ghanaian football fans hoping to support the Black Stars later this year in Qatar.
At an event on Tuesday, 21st June 2022, the company announced Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze tiers of packages for fans who wish to make the trip to Qatar.
All four tiers have two separate categories, for fans who wish to have food provided for them in Qatar and those who do not.
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.
According to Qatar Airways, a Boeing 777-900 and a 787-900 (Dreamliner) will convey fans to and from Qatar for the World Cup.
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.
Kepong Travel and Tours has established a reputation as one of the most trusted brands in the air travel industry.
The company has previously helped comfortably jet Ghanaian sports fans to various international tournaments like the African Cup of Nations tournament in Egypt back in 2019.
With the Black Stars have made it through to their fourth World Cup tournament later this year, a number of Ghanaians are eager to join the team in Qatar and offer their support.
The package from Kenpong Travel and Tours not only facilitates this process but also offers an opportunity to fans who were not previously thinking of making the trip to Qatar to reconsider.
Ghana was drawn into Group H with Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea