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We did this trip with 5 people.
The people are lovely and we didn't have any language barriers with our guide. His English was great for us.
The canoe ride, parts almost movie like. Definitely the outboard motor ride of 17-20 minutes was better for...More
I thought it is gonna be completely inside the water. But actually it is half way there.
Anyhow it was fun but doesn't worth traveling for more than 2 hours for it as you will set in uncomfortable boat for 45 mins to get there...More
Definitely worth a visit at least once. Take the dugout and paddle and forget using an outboard motor. Enjoy the tranquility of moving slowly along the narrow waterways that open out into larger lakes. The trip around the village takes about 30 minutes, a meeting...More
Friends and I drive up from Accra for the 59th Independence Day Celebrations. Long bumpy drive but worth the trip. The people are loving and accommodating. Only draw backs were they charge non nationals a higher rate and the was a surprise additional fee for...More
Great roads leading there I must say and the 45mins canoe ride to the village itself it's truly the whole experience. It's beautiful, it's scary and get ready for epic pictures. It's so cool to see from the oldest the the youngest riding solo in...More
Nzulezo is a highlight of any trip to Ghana and should not be missed for anything. However, it is very hard to get to and time should be taken to plan accordingly. We arrived in Beyin in the evening and spent the night there before...More
Whilst we paddled to the village one could see the jungle from a totally new perspective, very interesting, great tour guide. The tour through the village was a bit short and the chief was not very interested. Stay in the Beyin Beach resort! Directly at...More
Really welcoming community and a very interesting set up. We reccommend taking donations of pens/paper etc for the school as we definitely wished we had been able to donate more practical things than money.
Although I can understand many of the negative comments from other reviewers I very much enjoyed my visit to Nzulezo. The canoe ride through the wetlands and lake was spectacular! Our guide was good - he gave us enough of the history and culture to...More