Aqua Safari Resort
Aqua Safari is the answer to an immense demand for high-end accommodation and hang out spots in the coastal area of Ada in the Greater Accra Region, 1 hour outside the city center.
Ada is well known as a place where wealthy Ghanaians come to take a break from the city, do watersports, and build large luxury homes on the water’s edge. In addition, the territory consists of the town of Ada Foah and various fishing communities.
While Ada has a handful of hotels that have been in existence for a number of years, Aqua Safari is the most contemporary, and the plushest.
The hotel is set on the Volta River, before it gives out to the ocean, and the finest feature of the hotel is the common restaurant and bar area, with its long wooden deck, that leads to a jetty perched on the river.
The hotel’s least fine feature happens to be the rooms, which consists of 71 standard and deluxe rooms, and chalets. While they are clean and comfortable, and not offensive to the eye, they are far from stylish. The finishings could certainly be higher quality, and greater attention could have been paid to the small details that infuse a hotel with class and charm.
Aqua Safari does however boast a private beach, with white sands, and come the evenings the whole area is lit up with subtle and romantic floor lighting and lamps, making the resort rather magical.
The hotel offers watersports, such as jet ski, as well as boat rides around the wonderful picturesque surrounding backwaters, making it a popular destination for families.
Aqua Safari also lends itself well to a wedding, as well as conferencing venue.