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This is an open market and you will have to haggle with the traders to get the prices you want to pay. They know when you are a visitor and may want to take advantage of this to make you pay more for their wares....More
The Makola Market was intense and as described. I met the most kind Ghanian gentleman there that tried to help me find public transportation. Its definitely a fun way to spend some time if you're in the area!
It is really hard to capture Makola Market's spirit in writing - you just have to go there. This huge market is combined of main streets and back allies, where you can find anything anyone ever thought of making or selling. But it is really...More
A very big market with a wide variety of goods on display. It was a lovely experience as i and my friends had a great time shopping. You could also just visit and window shop in Makola market to see things on display as the...More
I enjoyed walking in the place. very particular and learned so many things about the daily lives and food habits of people in Ghana.
If you love culture, you'll like the place. Its a really really big market.
ADVICE: Go with a person who knows...More
When you visit Accra you have to go to Makola market to see what are people selling, how hard work they have to earn some money, market offers a lot of products, it was very interesting, recommend to everyone.
Makola is Accra largest market with varieties of goods, products you can ever think of. there is too much traffic there especially during midday but a bit cool in the mornings. their products are affordable but if care is not taken one will buy a...More
Fabulous market, where you can really experience the natural vibrancy of the people and the area. Totally safe; as a European woman, on my own, I wandered about looking at things and making a few purchases with no hassle whatsoever. In fact, the vendors in...More
Response from Babatunde A | Reviewed this property |
I suggest you visit the market yourself to find out and establish the relationship with the buyers if they are available. I couldn’t walk the entire market, apologies I may not be able to give you a perfect answer.