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

Go City Cycle Tour, Accra

Jennifer Kindt writes: Your readers might like to know about Go City Cycle Tours and Share, a cycle tour business in Accra. The tours run on Sundays (because of safety), and start at 10am from Impact Hub in Osu. People have to sign up through the online form. During the tour you bike to the … Continue reading Go City Cycle Tour, Accra

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

Visit Ghana’s only certified glass blower

Kofi Nartey of Homeland Exploration Tours writes: Your readers might be interested to visit what I believe to be the only certified glass blower in West Africa, Mr Michael Tetteh. Glassblowing was for ages a lost craft in Ghana and West Africa, but Michael was awarded a scholarship to Netherlands & France to learn the art. … Continue reading Visit Ghana’s only certified glass blower

Budget accommodation in Larabanga

Barbara writes: I am Barbara from Slovenia, and I work for a Slovenian NGO Humanitas (www.humanitas.si), which runs children’s education projects with local partner organizations in Ghana. Our local partner in Larabanga, organisation AEDIRG (https://www.aedirg.org/), recently set up a volunteer house which also serves as accommodation for tourists. Rooms are simple but clean and comfortable. All … Continue reading Budget accommodation in Larabanga

Security in northern Ghana

Rebecca and Martina write: We are currently traveling around Ghana and we really appreciate your detailed guide book from Bradt. Thanks for all the hints and information! When we were traveling to Mole National Park, we decided to continue our trip to Wa Therefor, we had to take a trotro or a shared Taxi. On … Continue reading Security in northern Ghana