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


Kumasi driver recommendation

John writes: We were in Kumasi our first two weeks, where my wife was volunteering at the Komfe Anyoke Teaching Hospital. While we were there, we were put in touch with a driver who assisted us greatly with getting around the city, finding restaurants, and was on call for us when we needed him. He … Continue reading Kumasi driver recommendation

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

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

Vehicle hire in Eastern Ghana

Lowie writes: The CO Foundation is an NGO running a youth development project in Kitase, a small village in the Eastern Region.We can provide a sprinter bus service in the Eastern Region. It's safe and cheap, and all profit goes to our foundation. For half a day we charge between 350 and 450 GH cedi, for a full day … Continue reading Vehicle hire in Eastern Ghana

Various travel tips & updates

Bettina writes: 1. Exchange students (or anyone one else) staying at the University of Ghana in Legon should try to go via Madina (from the Legon stop Okponglo) when travelling to anywhere outside Accra, rather than going into Accra to Kaneshie, Circle or Tema station. Madina has trotros to most destinations around Ghana, and starting there can easily cut two … Continue reading Various travel tips & updates