Paps Beach Camp, Keta

Lise writes: First of all I would like to thank you for an amazing guide book for my travels around Ghana for the past month. So informative and well written - it's been a pleasure having it as my companion in Ghana! I'm currently in the Keta lagoon. And I'm staying in an amazing lodge … Continue reading Paps Beach Camp, Keta

Turtle-viewing at Anyanui (Keta)

Annie writes: The Bradt guide to Ghana is GREAT. I was there for 4 weeks over Christmas 2018 and it lead me everywhere (I had the 7th edition) and was incredibly useful to find out what to do/where to do and what Ghana was like, it was an invaluable item during my trip, almost as … Continue reading Turtle-viewing at Anyanui (Keta)

News from Maranatha Beach Camp (Ada) and Emancipation Beach Camp (Keta)

  Winfred, the owner of these two camps, writes: We have a new website, email, FB and Twitter account. Our new details   For Maranatha Beach Camp: email - FB - Maranatha Beach Camp Ghana Twitter - @maranatha_beach Instagram - Maranatha Beach Camp Ghana Trip Advisor - Maranatha Beach Resort what3words address - flashing.lingering.mooring Phone … Continue reading News from Maranatha Beach Camp (Ada) and Emancipation Beach Camp (Keta)

Tourist information in Keta

Hi Philip , my name is Rex Bright and I work at Anyanui Tourism Information centre , where we help tourists to locate their place of interest in Keta municipality and Ghana as whole. Also we offer Boat trips on the Volta River, in the Volta estuary and in various mangrove forests and lagoons, as well as … Continue reading Tourist information in Keta

New budget beach lodge near Keta

Antonella Sinopoli writes: I would like to let you know about our new Guest House in the village of Aflesco, near Keta (Volta Region), on the white sands dividing the Atlantic Ocean from the Keta Lagoon. We are located in a compound inside a fishermen village and the atmosphere is very familiar. In fact, we are two … Continue reading New budget beach lodge near Keta