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Need to pay 20cd for entry any not much things to do inside. You can go by Uber but while coming back there will be no Uber and u will find same Uber driver standing there and asking for 5 times of what u gave...More
So you have to pay to get on the beach (different prices depending which entrance you use) one day we were made to pay to enter the beach by civilians which we were no pleased with. The sand is lovley, the sea is dirty, people...More
We had some time to kill on our remaining afternoon so thought we'd check out one of the beaches in Accra. It's 5 Cedi to get in but despite being private there is a continuous stream of hawkers who will follow you around and try...More
I visited Labadi beach on a holiday on one of my first days in Ghana. I wasn't very impressed. Maybe it was because it was a holiday, but it was busy, dirty, and loud. It wasn't a very relaxing experience. 😕
This is about 15 kms from Accra has a great nightlife.
There are nice shacks around serving delicious sea food as well as other dishes.
Beer and hard drinks are available.
Nice crowds, though gets a bit dark at night.
Beware of money girls ,they...More
I have visited this beach severally for relaxation both as individual and with group.
labadi beach is one of the most popular beach in ghana. if you also want to have a night life, the beach also provide some fun you long for.
Loved this beach!!! People are so nice , i enjoyed my time there very much
Every time we visited the beach, a table nd chairs were found for no matter how busy it was, omgosh, the food they offer there, is absolutely awesome. Very relaxing...More
It is easy to get to Lambadi beach, and there are lots of places to chose from to either relax, have a drink, eat or even shop. The beach and sea is clean, and seems safe. I would recommend this place for a day outing...More
Response from AshutoshPathak | Reviewed this property |
Yes, You should spent a day in Accra, for sure..,You can read Ghana independence story in Kwame Nakrumah Park, can visti Labadi Beach...Africa oldest market (If interested, but it is full of crowd)...Night life is also good.