News from Cape Three Points

Kate Woolever Martinez writes: I have traveled to Ghana many times and have enjoyed your books! This past summer I took my high school students from Minneapolis, MN, USA there for 4 weeks. While there we were living in Cape Three Points. I wanted to reach out to you because Cape Three Points is doing … Continue reading News from Cape Three Points

Safety alert for coast between Busua and Cape Three Points

Françoise writes: Yesterday on 2 Feb 2016 we were attacked on the road between Ezile Bay and Cape Three Points. We left for Cape Three Points on foot and followed the road and then the beach up to the village and then the light house. We ate at the village then came back the same way. On the … Continue reading Safety alert for coast between Busua and Cape Three Points

Beach Walks from Winneba to the Ivory Coast border

Thanks to James Fraser for these detailed notes about walks taken along the Ghanaian coast over 2011 to 2013: These notes are for those who are thinking of walking along the coast in Ghana.  The coastline is very beautiful, in parts, particularly west of Takoradi.  For anyone who enjoys walking; the coast possibly offers the best … Continue reading Beach Walks from Winneba to the Ivory Coast border

Cycling on the West Coast

Max Kaplan, the operations manager of Escape 3 Points, has sent me the following info about this exciting sounding organisation: I wanted to tell everyone about a new active way to travel in Ghana’s West Coast, The Best Coast! Moving west from Takoradi it seems like the best thing to do is just relax and enjoy the … Continue reading Cycling on the West Coast