2018 trip report

Armin Ruda writes: After our trip to and through Ghana for the last three weeks we wouldlike to give a big compliment for your Guide, which was a great and helpful assistant for us. For all tourists and travellers to Tamale and the northern part we can recommend a new and really helpful Organisation for … Continue reading 2018 trip report

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JayNii Streetwise, Accra

Marly writes: Reading about JayNii Streetwise , in your 2014 Ghana guide, I decided to take them some school utensils. I almost didn’t succeed to get them on the spot because the bag and I were more or less hijacked by a few trouble makers (one very agressive!) from the adjacant fishing ‘village’. They insisted … Continue reading JayNii Streetwise, Accra

National Dance Company Ghana

Flavia  writes: For more than 10 years, I have taken unpaid leave from my airline company in order to volunteer as a teacher for  educational projects at deprived schools in Accra and to support the Ghana National Symphony Orchestra on the violin for many music projects at the National Theatre Accra and all around the country. This fascinating activity has allowed me to get a deeper insight into Ghanaian art and culture, in short : Have the time of my life. In particular getting the chance to work with ALIDU, a charismatic Lead Dancer of the National Dance Company Ghana, and local master drummers has opened my scope on the rich musical heritage of Ghana. On the occasion of various outstanding shows (« Solma », « Diema », Aza »,  « Alkebulan’sAwakening – the History of Slavery in Africa », … Continue reading National Dance Company Ghana

Campus Hub Restaurant, Accra

Per and Kicki write In Ghana for four weeks, working at the University of Ghana in Accra. We found a new and nice restaurant (opened in 2016) on campus. The name is Campus Hub (opposite the tennis courts, near Commonwealth Hall). The manager Danilo is Italian and it mainly serves Italian cuisine, but also other alternatives. … Continue reading Campus Hub Restaurant, Accra

Logess Estates & Hospitality Guesthouse, Accra

Joa Bosch-Mulder writes: We have opened a new guesthouse in the Adenta-East region of Accra. It is called Logess Estates & Hospitality Guesthouse, Address: 16 Adjei Onanor Street, Adenta-East, Accra. GPS coordinates: 5.701465 / 0.169047 Six rooms are available (double beds, or two single beds and 1 family room). Every room has its own bathroom, a fan, … Continue reading Logess Estates & Hospitality Guesthouse, Accra

Budding Tree Jewelry and A-kinko, Accra

My husband and I are living in Accra, Ghana (since July of last year). The Bradt guide to Ghana has been very useful to us and still is. Two hidden gems we recommend you include in your shopping section for Accra are "Budding Tree Jewelry" and "A-kinko". Budding Tree Jewelry (@budding_tree_jewelry on Instagram) is on 2nd … Continue reading Budding Tree Jewelry and A-kinko, Accra

Feb/March 2017 trip report

    Manon writes: My mom and I just returned from a short trip Ghana to visit our sponsor children. We used the Bradt guide of Ghana to show us around and it was really REALLY helpfull! It was packed with reliable information, the maps were incredibly useful and we used it almost every day. Because of this I … Continue reading Feb/March 2017 trip report