2016 trip report

Christian writes: First of all I would like to say thank you for your informative good guide book to Ghana.  I travel to different countries around the world yearly and your guide book was probably the best I had in hands for years. While travelling I found a few mistakes/updates: Cape Coast Castle (p.208) US$10 … Continue reading 2016 trip report


Holger’s trip report

Holger writes: Our family (son 15 years, daughter 18 years) just traveled two weeks across Ghana and like to send some updates for your travelling guide: General Many prices especially at the touristic sides (like Kakum, Mole, Boabeng) have been rised clearly. Because we had only 2 weeks and wanted to see a lot we decided … Continue reading Holger’s trip report

Trip Report 5-26th Feb 2013

Sandra writes: We (German couple, 41 and 52, journalist/university prof) visited Ghana for three weeks in February 2013 and found the guide very good and valuable (and – this for Germans who are preparing for Ghana -  far far better than the German one from Jojo Cobbinah, this one gives just lots of wrong and … Continue reading Trip Report 5-26th Feb 2013

Detailed trip report from Glenn and Christine

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  Occasionally, though, the description in the guide seemed out-of-date, so … Continue reading Detailed trip report from Glenn and Christine

Claudia Marieb’s updates

A few suggestions   Add to the booklist:  In My Father's Land by Star Nyaniba Hammond. Afran Publications (Ghana), Ltd. A small book from a girl's perspective of being a black girl raised in England, then coming "home" to Ghana at the tender age of 8.  The culture shock she felt, that finally gave way to a … Continue reading Claudia Marieb’s updates