ADA FOAH – a small Ghanaian town in the Dangme East District (Greater Accra Region) with approximately 2000 inhabitants - is beautifully situated at the mouth of Volta river delta where it flows into the Atlantic. A place with lively, friendly people, an impressive number of schools providing all levels of education (including teachers training seminar), several churches of various Christian denominations and a Muslim mosque.
Ada Foah’s main road is lined with dozens of stores and tiny little shops of every kind, traveling merchants selling fruit and small treats; the supermarket has a surprisingly wide assortment of products for everyday use. The young and old make use of the range of local roadside delicacies and the various “watering holes” where beer, soft drinks, or water are sold and drank along this promenade, until late into the evening.
Near the end of main road lies the “Roman Junction” and the Ezime Guesthouse, which is nestled by a pal grove and age-old trees, providing a cosy and beautifully situated ambiance. Your accommodation here will immerse you into the daily-life of this gentle Ghanaian town to absorb the zest, vitality and culture of its people, or allow you to stroll just a short distance to reach and enjoy the open landscape and untouched nature along the Volta riverside and the Atlantic coast.