Ghana: The Bradt Travel Guide

Ghana: The Bradt Travel Guide

Ghana The Bradt Travel Guide Catering to both the backpacker and upmarket tourist this guide includes authoritative history and wildlife sections plus accommodations and restaurant recommendations and a wealth of background and

  • Title: Ghana: The Bradt Travel Guide
  • Author: Philip Briggs
  • ISBN: 9781841620930
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • Catering to both the backpacker and upmarket tourist, this guide includes authoritative history and wildlife sections plus accommodations and restaurant recommendations and a wealth of background and practical information.

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    This is a review for the 5th Edition!I purchased this book for my visit to Ghana and found it very useful. With details of hotels, restaurants and the many things to see in the country - it feels like an essential guide to the country.I found that every hotel I stayed at on my tour was reviewed in the book and the reviews were pretty much on the ball!The prices quoted throughout the book are a little out of date but it is a very useful resource none the less and I certainly recommend it. I wishe [...]

    THE guidebook to Ghana -- so much so that all you have to do is mention 'the book' to any other obruni, and everyone knows exactly what you are talking about.

    Great book with a ton of information about Ghana. It covers Ghana's history as well as the history of all of West Africa. Briggs also gives great insight into Ghana's economy, religion, and government as well as very practical information for people visiting or planning to move there. I feel I am totally prepared to visit this amazing country.

    I read the 2014 sixth edition of this book to learn more about Ghana, the country my college daughter may be volunteering in this summer. The Bradt guide is packed with historical information about the early African kingdoms, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish, and British colonization, and political events since Ghana's independence in the late 1950s, in addition to the usual travel book info about visas, immunizations, places to visit, beach resorts, and restaurants. Historic forts used in the slave tr [...]

    I read it all before our trip. It was very very informative, and I think I would trust Philip Briggs on any of his other guides, based on the accuracy and thoroughness of the information in this guide alone.

    Nice and detailed, but I am always tempted to blame this guide for "ruining places". All the hotels and restaurants I picked from this guide were awful an much more expensive than they were supposed to be.

    Great guide with actual and correct addresses / phone numbers (which is a bless when you can't find anything online).If you're ever to visit Ghana, be sure to get the latest edition so that all information is current.

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