Ghana is an exciting country with beautiful beaches, mountains, landscapes, and an incredible coastline. Bojo Beach is one of the cleanest and most beautiful beaches in Ghana. 

Located along the Accra-Cape Coast Road at the Old Police Barrier (Beach Road) towards Kokrobite. The beach is about 20km from west of  Accra and  about 30 minutes from downtown Accra.

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Beautiful Bojo Shores (Lagoon sie) although not a very big beach, it is a great place to hang out with your love ones if you want to have  and sneak away from the busy city of Accra. There are special small canoes and boats that carry people across from the land to the shores and they are operated by trained and friendly staff so don’t worry about your safety.

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The main section of Bojo beach has a redbrick building equipped with a conference room with a 200 sitting capacity, a bar, restaurant and a game area that offers a variety of games including table tennis. The beach is an island that contains a huge straw hut and a bar. The small huts scatted across the beach makes this paradise on earth a blissing and a relaxation joint after a hard week’s work with great music that is good for mind and soul. It also has public restroom with showers.

In Bojo Beach,  you experience the rich “Island” experience on a sand bank with one side being fresh water and the other side being salty. This beach is sandwich between a lagoon and the sea shores. The lagoon joins the sea at some distant point, thus making a long strip island.

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The fresh lagoon side is quiet and the beautiful sea side is very active with vigorous waves and splashes. It is amazing how this beach is very clean, quiet and romantic.

For people who want to ignite their adrenaline and have more fun, ski jets are available to rent. It cost just a few bucks per ride or time.

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Apart from the great aesthetic views of this magnificent beach, the beach also has a nice on-shore restaurant serving kebabs, sea foods, native foods, some continentals and all sorts of alcoholic drinks and soft drinks.

If you want to experience the abundance of beach life, visit Bojo Beach.

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