Ada is one of the biggest ecotourism sites in West Africa, raking in close to $500 million in revenue from tourists who travel from all over the world to experience the beaches and beautiful waters of Ada.
Up until the early 2000s, Ada was just an average, fishing and trading community in the Dangme East District located in the eastern part of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
But today, it is one of the biggest ecotourism sites in West Africa, raking in close to $500 million in revenue from tourists who travel from all over the world to experience the beaches and beautiful waters of Ada.
Ada is a demonstration of the extent to which investments in tourism can transform the prospects of Ghana’s ecotourism sites, so much that it is one of the tourist attraction sites that draws an equal balance of locals and foreigners for the same purposes- luxury, relaxation and fun.
The reason being, Ada boasts of some of the most expensive, luxurious and exciting resorts in Ghana, of which Aqua Safari and Marantha are the most popular.
Aqua safari presents 71 plush rooms and Chalets each of which are equipped with sleek and modern bathrooms, Air Conditioning and luxurious amenities including Wi-Fi, Cable TV and a mini bar.
Marantha, however, is quite basic and more practical for the masses. Its prices are relatively cheaper than that of Aqua Safari.
Another trademark of Ada is the diverse opportunities it presents for water sports activities because of the different options of water bodies available.
On the other hand, there is the sea that presents its own opportunities.
More recently, investors have made available luxury yacht cruises that hosts parties, wedding receptions, amongst others offshore the Volta River.
In a nutshell, requisite investment in the past decade has propelled Ada into Ghana’s modern tourism hotbed with endless opportunities for world tourism in the coming years.
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