Adanwomase, near Kumasi

Adanwomase is a great place to go My wife, our daughter at 10 and I took a taxi from Komasi to Adanwomase, about 30 min. We came in the afternoon, and stayed there two nights at Konadu Memorial Lodge (C25 per night) – Maxwell is the host, and he is very helpful. His number is … Continue reading Adanwomase, near Kumasi

Various updates from Helga

I just returned from a 3 month period in Ghana. I would like to express my gratitude for the Bradt travel guide. It was a great asset to carry!! To help improve your guide, I would like to make a few comments. -          The prices you mention in the guide are in general too low. The … Continue reading Various updates from Helga

Adanwomase, Ntonse & Abompe

I've visited Adanwomase (Kente weaving) and Abompe (bauxite beads) in the last fortnight and have a couple of updates for you. Adanwomase offers 'homestay' accomodation in addition to the guesthouse. It's GHC 10 for a double room with clean bedding and a ceiling fan. The accomodation is in a family compound, the host family are … Continue reading Adanwomase, Ntonse & Abompe


2009 has thus far been a very busy and productive year for the community and tourism project at Adanwomase in Ashanti In March, the long-anticipated Visitor’s Centre construction was completed.  After construction was complete and the building painted, contractors handed over the keys to the Adanwomase Tourism Management Team (ATMT). The ATMT, in collaboration with Nature … Continue reading ADANWOMASE UPDATE