Accra and Kumasi

Ricardo writes: Accra Niagara Plus, I would never recommend this hotel, I booked through their website a double room price 190 cedis, once arrived there they told me the real price was 330 cedis, and that the price on the web was wrong and that they will apply the price of 330 cedis (and they … Continue reading Accra and Kumasi


Feb 2017 trip report

Kim writes: We traveled in Ghana in February. The Bradt guide was of great help. There are a few places we really want to recommend. Wa: Wa was absolutely beautiful and great for experiencing the North. We can recommend the Jam guesthouse. The staff was great and they prepare wonderful dinners. It's a little out … Continue reading Feb 2017 trip report

Feb/March 2017 trip report

    Manon writes: My mom and I just returned from a short trip Ghana to visit our sponsor children. We used the Bradt guide of Ghana to show us around and it was really REALLY helpfull! It was packed with reliable information, the maps were incredibly useful and we used it almost every day. Because of this I … Continue reading Feb/March 2017 trip report

Kumasi Night Life Tours

Ben Kwesi Annan of Kumasi Walking Day Tours has written to introduce a new service called, Kumasi Night Life. After showing tourists the sight by day, he can also show you around by night (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), visiting pubs, bars, dance venues and Ghanaian live bands.   Contact: Ben Kwesi Annan Phone: 00233249885370 eMail:   See also and  … Continue reading Kumasi Night Life Tours

Kumasi Walking Day Tours

Ben Kwesi Annan writes: I would like to introduce my new tour guide service Kumasi Walking Day Tours to you and your readers. I stared this service recently based on 10 years experience as a tour guid and receptionist at the Wadoma Royale hotel. I can offer guided itineraries Kumasi with fun and fascinating commentary while sightseeing, I can also arrange Airport … Continue reading Kumasi Walking Day Tours

Four Villages Inn, Kumasi

Devon Barnhart writes: I've spent a lot of time in Kumasi over the years and Four Villages Inn ( as recommended in the Bradt Guide is still easily the best place to stay. The Canadian-Ghanaian owned and operated inn is a true BNB, offering an authentic Canadian style breakfast. The service is excellent, the rooms … Continue reading Four Villages Inn, Kumasi