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Kokrobite Beach

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Getting There
Kokrobite is only 30km (19mi) west of Accra. By far the easiest way to get to Kokrobite is by grabbing a taxi from your location in Accra. If you want to save money (or go local), take a tro-tro from Kaneshie Station in Accra.

Activities:
Surfing | Swimming | Sun-Bathing | Eating | Partying


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Kokrobite Beach is awesome if you love…

  • Reggae vibes
  • A good mix of locals and visitors
  • A great weekend party
  • Surfing
  • An active beach
  • Budget travel

 Avoid Kokrobite, if you prefer…

  • Tranquility
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Swimming in calm waters

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Good to Know About Kokrobite

Kokrobite is the home of Mr. Bright’s Surf School, Ghana’s most professional surf school

Bring cash, there is no ATM and only few places accept credit card

Weekends get busy as the crowds from Accra head towards the sea

Plastic bags and other debris is sometimes floating around in the sea here

Kokrobite is the best beach near Accra

Big Milly’s hosts a drumming and dancing show on Fridays and live Reggae and Highlife Music on Saturdays

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Bringing Surfing to Ghana

Young African surfers on Kokrobite Beach.A guide to Kokrobite wouldn’t be complete, without a section on Brett Davies, the man who brought surfing to Ghana. Brett started his surf school in Busua in Ghana’s Western Region, but moved his operation to Kokrobite to be closer to the Accra crowds.

Not only has Brett introduced surfing to Ghana (and Ghana surfing to the world), he is organising beach clean-ups in Kokrobite and surf competitions around Ghana, mentoring young Ghanaians to become surf instructors, and supporting Ghanian communities with fund raising projects. You will find Mr. Bright’s Surf School inside the compound of Big Milly’s Backyard.

Photo: Mr. Bright’s Surf School

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