Maranatha beach camp is situated in Ada, a little town called Kewunor in the Ada East District of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. It takes 2.5 hour’s from Accra to touch base at Maranatha.
This camp is limited by the sea and the volta river. It is where individuals visit to see the estuary; where the volta river enters the Atlantic sea. The Infrastructure at Maranatha beach camp is produced using the nearby material accessible to them. This makes Maranatha beach camp Ghana progressively remarkable.
Their services include a boat trip, driving of tourist to visit other travel industry zones, Wide space for kids to play, River for swimming, Coconut trees for shades, Good internet access, Guest rooms for camping, serving of neighborhood nourishment, social presentation, blaze, turtle viewing among November and January among others.
They have single rooms and residences for understudies also. It is without question that Marantha appears like paradise; there are beautiful palm trees, a calm river, and the traditional huts prevent it from feeling commercialized. The daytime was perfect, lounging by the beach, although there were a lot of flies/flees around. However, at night we found a rat in the walls of our hut and rat droppings on the beds and to make matter worse the beds were very uncomfortable meaning that none of us slept well at all.
Accommodation is in straightforward however clean shoreline cottages with the waterway and ocean a couple of meters from the camp. It is the ideal spot to rest and swim. Nights can be spent by the bar, with a blaze, music and moving at the ends of the week.
However, the cultural experience was great, especially getting to tour around the local village and it is amazing that all the profits go to the village’s school. To end the long story, you can dial +233(024)3528248 OR email them via email@example.com
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