What else is there to do during your stay here? Apart from swimming, surfing, table tennis, snooker and reading, you can go hiking over the surrounding hills. You can take a guided canoe trip through the wetlands of the Densu Delta, 4km away, where a recent visitor saw 70 different bird species in a 3 hour journey. You can relax with our professional masseuse Jirina, or just chill in a hammock with a book from our library.
Kokrobrite is famed as a drumming centre. You can learn to drum for approx.$15.00 per hour and even buy your own drum for around $50.00. About 5 mins walk away is Master Okoe, ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) an important member of the Academy of African Music and Arts (AMAA) in Kokrobite as featured in the Independent on Sunday newspaper (click here to see the full article and for details of when is the best time to visit.) He is a skilled, patient and friendly drummer and cultural dance teacher who will pull rhythm out of you, no matter how deeply it is buried! You can also learn balafon, batik and other African arts all in or around the garden.
Close by are the Densu Delta wetlands where you can canoe and observe the bird life or you can visit a monkey sanctuary with a local guide.
Our beach is a turtle nesting site and we are often visited by giant leatherbacks.
The fishermen are always happy to take you along for a boat trip.
Further afield Ghana has much to offer. 550km of beautiful coast line, with numerous historic castles, rain forests, desert, game parks, lush mountains and waterfalls. Discover the dark history of the slave forts in Elmina or experience the beauty of the Volta region. There are also many fascinating festivals throughout the year. Many travellers use us as a base. We don’t charge to store your excess luggage…and as we are only 1 hour from the airport many guests return and choose us as their last stop.