News from Kumasi & Tamale

Thanks to Nancy Chuang, updater of the 8th edition, for the following key updates: KUMASI Food in central Kumasi: Vic Baboo’s and Queen's Gate are both closed. Ike’s Café and Grill is great (same owners as a similarly-named place in Atlanta), and located somewhat near city center in the National Cultural Center. KNUST: This is … Continue reading News from Kumasi & Tamale

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2018 trip report

Armin Ruda writes: After our trip to and through Ghana for the last three weeks we wouldlike to give a big compliment for your Guide, which was a great and helpful assistant for us. For all tourists and travellers to Tamale and the northern part we can recommend a new and really helpful Organisation for … Continue reading 2018 trip report

Cheff’s Corner, Tamale

Florian writes: First of all a big Thank You for this helpful Ghana guidebook. I am here for working and travelling for six months. Today, I reached Tamale and wanted to have a nice break at your recommended Chinese Fast Food place called Cheff's Corner. Sadly the place has been closed for a while. The guys from Al Hassan just around the corner … Continue reading Cheff’s Corner, Tamale

Meet Africa and Sognaayilli

Jessica Cornelissen of Meet Africa has forwarded me updated version of the entries in the current edition of Bradt Ghana:   Situated about 7km northwest of central Tamale, the village of Sognaayilli hosts a worthwhile community-based tour programme set up by the Dutch/Ghanaian volunteer organisation Meet Africa (which p 65-75% of income goes to the community). Operating … Continue reading Meet Africa and Sognaayilli

August 2016 trip report (mostly in the north)

Kira writes: Paga - Kubs Lodge hasn't changed much, rooms from 50GhC but unfortunately the kitchen doesn't exist.  After a long trip to get over the border, one of the boys went out to get some jollof rice with chicken (the chicken was like eating a shoe, terrible!) Emmanuel from Bolga gave me a good … Continue reading August 2016 trip report (mostly in the north)

Transport to Mole NP & elsewhere in the north

Ibrahim Matinu, owner of AY Transport, writes: My new company AY Transport has very comfortable air-conditioned buses running all over northern Ghana. I sam based in Tamale but have stations almost every town in the north, including Bole, Wa, Sawla and Damongo, as well as at Mole National Park. Of moat interest to your readers will be my … Continue reading Transport to Mole NP & elsewhere in the north