This was a pretty area and lake to see. I didn't go to swim and not sure how clean it is, but it's a nice experience. I went down and got fresh coconut water from whole coconuts, got a snack of some freshly fried fish and enjoyed seeing the locals. We headed over to the restaurant later to have lunch... 更多
Improved since our last visit several years ago. Now has motorised boat rides with life jackets and shade on board. Lots of food and drinks stalls and was busy when we got there on a weekday. Tour guide office gives a brief talk about the site which was helpful.
I am have been visiting this lake for many years, due to it being the only natural lake in Kumasi i will feel good to visit the wonderful lake. its very peaceful area to be away from the hustle and bustling of city center.
We stayed the night by the lake and although it was a detour to stay there it was well worth it. The lake is large with some 25,000 people living around it in small villages and fishing is the main activity. They fish with little plank like canoes and waking up early in the morning with mist around the hills... 更多
Stay, relax, eat, and lots to do at Cocoa Village, Lake Bosumtwi. Very clean rooms and excellent local and European dining. A hidden gem. Matevz and Tjasa perfect hosts.
I loved the serenity and the story behind the lake. Intriguingly, are the old tree trumps in the lake. Had a boat ride over the lake with my buddies and horse ride round it. It was worth the long trip from Kumasi.
Hey, you are in Ghana and you have not planned to come and visit this amazing place ??? Then you will miss one of the most mysterious and energising crater lakes on Earth... It already starts while descending the mountains road and rim towards the water, the view from there is spectacular and makes everyone wonder about the origin of... 更多