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“Nice day”

Reviewed 1 August 2018

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 approach you every two second but its the best place to catch a tan. Drinks are reasonably priced and some of the entertainment is good. The quad bikes at good and cheap. Bring change with you, good visit.

Thank Clo A
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Reviewed 30 July 2018

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 to sell you things. Most are polite but it's very irritating.

The beach looks superficially clean relative to other small beaches nearby. It still has some piles of plastic litter in places. It wasn't clear to me if these are from the many local streams which dump suspiciously smelly water (sewage?) and litter into the sea or if they've arrived via ocean currents from elsewhere in the world. I wouldn't go near the water without researching the water quality beforehand.

The taxi rank on the way out was an interesting experience. For one literal second the drivers were physically fighting over the prize of two cabs full of foreigners. It died down quickly but that wasn't a comfortable experience.

Cars appear to be screened on the way in including inspection underneath. It all seemed rather odd for a beach and not necessarily reassuring.

Thank Kevin W
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Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile

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.

Thank WesternTraveler99
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Reviewed 19 July 2018 via mobile

Ideal for parties
Meet ups
Family hangouts
Photo shoots
Dates
Nature and sight seeing
Swim and sun
Fun in the sand

1  Thank essyrah
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

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 try to woo any non-black men around.

1  Thank Samit B
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