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NEW WEBSITE FOR MR BRIGHTS, KOKROBITE

Brett Davies of Mr Brights Surf Camp & Tours writes:  To celebrate 10 years of Mr Brights we are proud to announce the re launch of our website.  Mr Brights is the longest established professional surfing experience in Ghana.  With well over 38 years of surfing experience and having worked in the surfing industry for 29 years, we are … Continue reading NEW WEBSITE FOR MR BRIGHTS, KOKROBITE

Akyem Cultural Museum, Kukurantumi (near Koforidua)

My wife and I just established a cultural museum and library in the Dwumana Clan Palace in Kukurantumi, 12 miles northwest of Koforidua. My Ghanaian wife became the chief of the Dwumana Clan (a sub-clan of Asona) last year and the palace in which the museum is housed is one of the oldest buildings in … Continue reading Akyem Cultural Museum, Kukurantumi (near Koforidua)

A message from Bradt Guides – and 50% discount on all Bradt titles

You don’t need reminding what an awful time we’re all facing. Life is on lock-down and each day brings more bad news. For the moment, as we’re stuck at home trying to get to grips with ‘social distancing’, the world feels a smaller place. But the world is still out there, as big as it’s … Continue reading A message from Bradt Guides – and 50% discount on all Bradt titles

Sweet Mother Eco Resort, Aburi

Robin writes: Thanks for the helpful guidebook. I want to suggest that you include an additional accommodation for your next edition. Sweet Mother Eco Resort. Its a beautiful spot on a hill in the cool Akwapim mountains of Aburi, Ghana. The staff are delightful. The Facilities are clean and comfortable- in particularly the beds. There … Continue reading Sweet Mother Eco Resort, Aburi

Byblos Hotel, Accra

Chris writes: The Byblos Hotel in Accra doesn't deserve the positive description in your Ghana guide. The management organizes extremely loud musical partys in the restaurant downstairs with an open connection to the sleeping room. It's 3 o clock now, and we haven't been able to sleep. According to the management the party wil go … Continue reading Byblos Hotel, Accra