This resort is just a few meters from a very well kept stretch of beach along the mouth of the Volta River in Ada-Foah. The structures here are mainly bamboo and block work, with very beautiful paintings to compliment them. The structures show its diversity, combining two worlds Ghana and Germany, in a simple, natural and homely setting that is very appealing and welcoming to families and independent travelers alike.
The compound has many options when it comes to relaxing, a little bit of garden and sand including a playground for families with kids. Food is no problem, with a wide variety of both continental and local dishes. Guests, who return the warmth and friendliness they will receive, are poised to really have a fulfilling learning experience at this place. It has three (3) very appealing self-contain rooms and five (5) shared huts, here again giving a variety of choice with little or no compromises, in terms of comfort. Self-contained room includes breakfast.
Ibrahim and the rest of the staff are very friendly and really know what they are doing, hosting guests in a real friendly and warm way. Though I didn’t stay there, it is place I’d go back to and recommending to other guests. One positive factor also is that, they contribute towards the promotion and enhancement of most of the ecological sites in the region.
When it is time to get out of the resort and explore the area Dreamland offers some great services to get you out and about:
- Dancing and Drumming
Evaluation results for Dreamland Beach Resort will be published soon.