Paul and Chiemi write: Mountain Paradise Lodge in Biakpa: we have stayed there for three very enjoyable nights in the beginning of November 2021. Due to COVID-19 business was still quite slow but both the place itself, the atmosphere and the service were excellent. The owner, Mr. Tony, has upgraded two rooms (one self-contained double, … Continue reading News from Volta Region
Damian writes The eastern Highlands/VOLTA Region are indeed a great region to explore. I feel you should know about our experience in BIAKPA / Mountain Paradise Lodge (Oct 2013). The place itself is okay, nice location & fine rooms. ******************************************** As there’s practically nothing around you’ll want to go for a nice hike, so here’s … Continue reading Amedzofe & Biakpa travel tips
Kim writes: I just finished a trip to East Volta region and wanted to share some trip notes: - Tried to visit Blues of Ur Meditation Centre described as "arguably the most bizarre tourist attraction in Ghana." Arrived on a Saturday around 4pm and found what looked like a rusted out metal building all locked … Continue reading Volta Region trip report
Tony writes: We are adding a dormitory to our facility. By the end of this month, March 2013, a dormitory capable of sleeping 20 persons will be ready. It has 2 baths and 2 toilets with a corridor overlooking the picturesque valleys. The price is GH 20.00 per person, per night.
Manchán Magan (www.manchan.com) writes: In Cape Coast the Gramophone Records Museum and Research Centre has gone. The staff of the Cape Coast Centre for National Culture have no idea what happened to it. Wassa Domama Rock shrine project is still working well and their guest house is open. WASSA DOMAMA, BOX K3, CAPE COAST, Ghana, … Continue reading Trip report Feb/Mar 2013
Two weeks in Ghana I only had two weeks in Ghana but I felt obliged to share my two pennies' worth on this update page given how useful the Bradt guide proved to me. In short, I split my limited time between the West Coast and the Volta region with a few of pit-stops in … Continue reading Ben’s trip report
We have just returned from a five-week tour of Ghana, where we used your guide extensively. It was an invaluable key to points of interest and to practical necessities (e.g. It’s very late – where can we find a guest house near the bus station?). Occasionally, though, the description in the guide seemed out-of-date, so … Continue reading Detailed trip report from Glenn and Christine
I spent 4 months in Ghana during 2007 in which I lived just near Kumasi and travelled North to South and recently spent another 2 weeks in 2010 travelling mostly East to West. I have a few updates to the Bradt Guide which I hope will prove useful for the next edition (I was travelling … Continue reading Annette’s updates