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I've been to Labadi Beach several times and each time I have fun! There are places to sit, beach-lounge style and the food was pretty good too.
DO go here if you want to have fun, high energy, ride horses on the beach, ATVs, good...More
They charge 10 cedis per person to go in.
There are quite a number of bars on the beach with sitting arrangements on the beach shore.
There is also horse riding, these are privately owned. They charge between 15-30 cedis for a ride.
The seating is comfortable and staff is welcoming and friendly, music is a little bit noisy because there are two sources of music. Music is ok but too expensive 60 cedi for one platter that is so small....comparing to the quality of beach and ambiance...More
It's a private beach, so you need to pay an entrance fee. The sand is nice and clean and there are several bars and restaurants on the beach. You get harassed by people trying to sell all kind of things all the time, especially if...More
From one entrance there are people there charging 5-10 cedis to enter, which is unfair as the beach is extremely dirty and you are constantly haggled. Wouldn’t recommend, went to a much nicer beach in Cape Coast
Labadi beach is a must see location. However be prepared to constantly fend off beach hawkers constantly trying to sell you everything from wall masks to wallets.
The beach is generally quite early morning and gets progressively louder and crowded as the evening moves on....More
When there at sunset with the family hosting my visit. There was a great deal of energy, people wadding into the water, horseback sides, plenty of restaurants and bars. The beach was busy, but not crowded. Family friendly.
Again, this could be a beach where locals make a lot of money but the beach is not cleaned. There is live and off putting sex work activity during the day. Some control could benefit the beach. They need to clean it and allow locals...More
As other reviews have stated you have to pay to enter the beach. Once inside there are several venues/restaurants/bars with tables and chairs on the beach. You can order food and drinks and enjoy the views...just don't look down at all the trash on the...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.