Discover everyday life near one of Ghana’s best beaches

 
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COMMUNITY

Peri-urban fishermen’s town
by the beach

LIVELiHOOD

Fishing and farming

FAMOUS FOR

Good Hope Fort
and beautiful long beach
 

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RELIGION

Mainly Christian, with Muslims as minority

LANGUAGE

Twi, Fante
& basic English
 

TRAVELLERS

Small possibility to meet other travellers

SEE THE PHOTOS FROM THE DUARA AMBASSADORS VISITING THE VILLAGE. PLEASE NOTICE THAT BY BOOKING A STAY YOU WILL BE THE FIRST ‘REAL’ TRAVELLER STAYING IN THIS HOMESTAY.



3 nIGHTS IN senya beraku VILLAGE

104 EUR (norm. 130€)

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Total price per person per 3 nights including accomodation, all the meals & activities. Children -50%

ACCOMODATION: 

  • Private room in a local home, bed sheets & mosquito nets included

  • Home made breakfast, lunch and dinner daily

  • Shared toilet and washing facilities

VILLAGE activities, SUCH AS:

  • Cooking and eating together with your host family

  • Practicing the livelihood of the family (Fish smokeries / Following the work of fishermen / Farming / Feeding domestic animals)

  • Visiting the local market

  • Playing football with the locals or following a game from the common TV in the village

  • Meeting a local ‘healer’, who sells creams and health products on the street

  • Visiting the local fortress (with a possibility for English speaking guide for extra charge)

6 nights IN senya beraku VILLAGE

184 EUR (norm. 230€)

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Total price per person per 6 nights including accomodation, all the meals & activities. Children -50%

accommodation: 

  • Private room in a local home, bed sheets & mosquito nets included

  • Home made breakfast, lunch and dinner daily

  • Shared toilet and washing facilities

VILLAGE activities, SUCH AS:

  • Cooking and eating together with your host family

  • Practicing the livelihood of the family (Fish smokeries / Following the work of fishermen / Farming / Feeding domestic animals)

  • Visiting the local market

  • Playing football with the locals

  • Following a game from the common TV in the village

  • Meeting a local ‘healer’, who sells creams and health products on the street

  • Visiting the local fortress (with a possibility for English speaking guide for extra charge)

  • Visiting small plantation and learning about cultivation

  • Swimming in the beautiful beach where there’s no other tourists

  • Going to a bar / nightclub in the town with your hosts or Daniel

  • Visiting the local church or participating to the mass on Sunday

DUARA CONTACT: daniel

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Daniel is your responsible English-speaking contact person in Senya Beraku. He contacts you with further instructions and makes sure you find your way to the village and your host family. You can contact Daniel in case you have questions before or during your stay.

My name is Daniel, I’m a kind and loving person, I do make friends easily and I’m funny as well. I love traveling a lot and get along with all kinds of people. I’m proud  living with the locals that is what motivated me to become a Duara contact!

 

Are you hesitating to book directly? Salia from Duara is ready to answer your questions via email: salia@duaratravels.com

Are you hesitating to book directly? Salia from Duara is ready to answer your questions via email: salia@duaratravels.com


HOW TO GET THERE

If you want to do it the easy way, you can take an Uber directly from Accra to Senya Beraku, the price would be about 80 - 90 GHS. Or a taxi around 100 GHS. It takes about two hours to get to the village.

If you want to use public transportation, the best way to arrive to the village from Accra is to take a minibus, also called Trotro, and a taxi to final the destination.

Take a minibus from Kwame Nkrumah Circle in central Accra to Kasoa. Take another minibus from Kasoa to Akoti Junction, and then a taxi from Akoti Junction to Senya Beraku taxi station. Someone will pick you up from the station.

Daniel will help you organising your arrival to the village!

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