Volta Safari Guesthouse & Atimpoku

Lara writes: First I want to thank you for your guide book about Ghana. It contains a lot of excelent information for travelling the country and was a big support for us. Me and a fried visited Ghana in February 2020 for a 4 week trip through the country. I wanted to inform you about … Continue reading Volta Safari Guesthouse & Atimpoku

Atlantic Bay, Prampram

Gerrit writes: The former Legacy Hotel in Prampram is now called the Atlantic Bay Beach Resort and it has had a pool and terrace update. Amazing staff and great food. I'm staying right now in a Chalet for 300 cedi (around US$56), which is really good value for such a great place. For more details … Continue reading Atlantic Bay, Prampram

Sweet Mother Eco Resort, Aburi

Robin writes: Thanks for the helpful guidebook. I want to suggest that you include an additional accommodation for your next edition. Sweet Mother Eco Resort. Its a beautiful spot on a hill in the cool Akwapim mountains of Aburi, Ghana. The staff are delightful. The Facilities are clean and comfortable- in particularly the beds. There … Continue reading Sweet Mother Eco Resort, Aburi

Byblos Hotel, Accra

Chris writes: The Byblos Hotel in Accra doesn't deserve the positive description in your Ghana guide. The management organizes extremely loud musical partys in the restaurant downstairs with an open connection to the sleeping room. It's 3 o clock now, and we haven't been able to sleep. According to the management the party wil go … Continue reading Byblos Hotel, Accra

Wli Falls to Kumasi via Lake Volta and the Afram Plains

Bart and Kimberley write: We much appreciate your work in the Bradt Ghana travel guide. This has been our primary tool for our ongoing 5 week Ghana journey. We have two weeks left. Yesterday, we travelled from the Wli Falls to Kumasi by crossing Lake Volta and the Afram Plains. It took us 1 taxi, … Continue reading Wli Falls to Kumasi via Lake Volta and the Afram Plains

Flights from Accra to Wa

Thanks to fellow Bradt writer Sean Connolly for letting me know that Africa World Airlines, which already flies between Accra and Kumasi, Takoradi and Tamale, will operate a thrice-weekly return flight between Accra and Wa starting on 15 October 2019. For further details see https://www.flyafricaworld.com or  https://www.facebook.com/flyAfricaWorld/.