5 ways to spend the holiday season in Ghana

Ismail Akwei Dec 22, 2018 at 10:00am

December 22, 2018 at 10:00 am | We Tour

Ismail Akwei

Ismail Akwei | Contributor

December 22, 2018 at 10:00 am | We Tour

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The holiday month starts on a Friday which will be marked as Farmers’ Day to honour hard-working farmers in Ghana. The public holiday is a beach day for non-farmers who flood the over a dozen warm beaches along the Gulf of Guinea to cool off. You can visit the popular Labadi Beach in the capital Accra for its night-time parties, bonfires, food and music patronised by locals and tourists alike.

Going towards the west of Accra, you will find Instagram-worthy beaches including Bojo Beach, Kokrobite Beach, White Sands Resort, Anomabo Beach Resort, Coconut Grove Beach Resort, Busua Beach Resort, Ankobra Beach and the Escape 3 Points Beach. On the east coast of the country from the capital, you will not miss Ada Beach, Aborigines Beach Resort, and Keta Beach among others.

Strip down to your beachwear and swim at the secured areas designated by the management of the beaches for safety.

Ariel view of Bojo Beach in Ghana with canoes and a lake. Photo Credit: Eddy Blaze

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