Posted by: ghostdawg2 | April 6, 2009

Accra Beaches in Ghana,Africa by

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Photo by Kwasi Boateng


Labadi Pleasure Beach (Accra): A three kilometre sea frontage at Labadi, 8 kilometres east of Accra on the Accra Tema Beach Road. It serves as Accra’s main public beach with only shower and changing room facilities and catering services.CoCo Beach (Accra): (no information…)

Kokrobrite: Kokrobite near 30 kilometres west of Accra. A sprawling beach with a dramatic backdrop of hills. It is a favourite of tourists because of its serene atmosphere and its almost secluded nature.

Ada beach: This coastal town, 100 kilometres east of Accra, on the Lome Road has this beach with facilities for yatching, skiing, fishing, etc.

Cocoloco Beach is located at Ada Foah – about an hour east from Accra where the Volta River meets the Atlantic Ocean. The area is a natural paradise and a breeding ground for a variety of sea turtles. The Volta Estuary is also a sanctuary for an enormous number of birds. Cocoloco has camping and accommodation in a number of bungalows built in a traditional thatch style. To get there, head east from Accra and branch right at the Kasseh-Ada junction. If you are coming by “tro-tro” or commercial bus, get out at the last stop and ask a taxi to take you to the Cocoloco Beach Camp Resort near the village of Totimekope.

Next Door Beach Resort. (Accra)

Alaska Beach: Located on the shore of the Gulf of Guinea on the Atlantic Ocean, the Alaska Beach Club is a popular retreat for backpackers and those in search of a quiet beach away from it all. In addition to camping facilities, there are some simple bungalows, plus showers and toilets. It is adjacent to the Busua Beach Resort where some visitors take time out to rent Sea-Doo’s and other watercraft. Alaska offers traditional Ghanaian food on demand and the restaurant at the Busua Resort features a wide selection of seafood and other dishes.
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