What a great experience, walking on the bridge and see the lagoon full of fishermen boats. Simply stunning. Another strong reason to visit Elmina town.
it is one of the best place to see and discover in Ghana. Even though it is just next to the Elmina Castle - turist attraction that stays empty and dead - lagoon is like a volcano of energy. Don't miss a walk along the beach covered with boats and harbor. Great place to take photos but be careful as... More
One of the best bits of a holiday in Ghana is just watching everyday life – and it doesn’t come more interesting than standing on the little bridge in the early morning watching the fishing canoes coming in with their overnight catch and landing their fish at the fish market on the quayside. The canoes all have outboard motors and... More
The harbor, with its hundreds of colorful fishing boats provides an endless supply of subjects to photograph. The town is bustling and the fish market is an event well worth the effort. I do not know if the fish market is open every morning, but it was open early (8:00) on Monday morning when I was there. The fishermen came... More
We stayed in the Coconut Grove Bridge Hotel, so we had an excellent view from our window (and later from the terrace as we ate breakfast) of the fishing boats coming in and the market. It was a beautiful, fascinating sight, with women arriving early and setting up food stands, dozens of men waiting perched on the bridge for the... More
Elmina Lagoon provides the pulse of the fishing village that surrounds it. The place reminded me of Jerusalem’s Old City or Kumasi’s Kejetia Market: an overflow of activity as people go about their daily routine, in this case setting out to sea to catch fish in a wide array of colorful boats. It is an interesting experience walking through the... More
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