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Buses and Coaches

Government has recently introduced large buses on some routes, for mass transportation in the cities and intra cities. This is not yet entirely efficient but has helped ease some of the congestion in town. A few London styled double-decker buses have also been introduced on certain routes. These are the cheapest forms of Transport Union (GPRTU) runs a fairly effective service. Several mini buses and lorries from this Union, known as ‘Tro-tro’, run regular routes in the inner city and though congested and often rickety, it is the quickest and most inexpensive way to travel.

How ever if you want to travel beyond Accra into other cities, the most popular is the national bus line, the Intercity STC Coaches. This bus line services most of the larger cities in Ghana. It is pretty reliable, gets you there relatively fast, and is probably the safest method of travel C. Intercity (STC) Coaches ltd {331912/ 221932 /221314], For long trips outside the city, other bus services you can count on include. Kingdom Transport Services (KTS) [306429 / 3304921/300923], Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) [663433 / 667801 / 255623 NB: Have several branches almost every where you go], Pegah Transport ltd (Hiring Services) [(233-21)244636], Gold link transport Services [765200/765401] OGR Tour Buses [668525 / 664451]

Tourism In Ghana


A GUIDE TO SOME OF THE BEST JOINTS IN TOWN

  • Pubs-Taverns
  • Sports bars
  • Dance clubs
  • Wine bars
  • Jazz Cafes

  • WELCOME TO THE OTHER PARTS OF GHANA

  • Ashanti Region
  • Travel Information
  • Getting Around
  • By Road
  • By Rail

  • NATURAL ATTRACTIONS

  • Owabi Wildlife Sanctuary
  • The Bomfobiri Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bobiri Forest Reserve
  • The Atiwa Rock Formations
  • Mframabuo caves
  • Lake Bostomtwi

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