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About Kokrobite

Kokrobite is a small fishing village in Ghana that's rooted along the Atlantic Ocean's coast. Travellers are usually big fans of Bahdoosh which is a beer bar, hostel and restaurant. 

Beautiful Kokrobite sunset

There are definitely perks to having your village location right on Africa's coastline. Check out that gorgeous sun setting behind the palm trees. Wow.

Image by Neate Photos

Kokrobite beach

When the fish is biting, the fishing boats are out. Local fishermen need to catch fish to sell to restaurants and in the market, as well as to feed their families.

Image by Stringer Bel

Kokrobite beach

Nothing quite like a beautiful day in Kokrobite - fishing boat nearby, towels out and the ocean lapping at your toes.

Image by Rene Mayorga

Playing soccer on Kokrobite beach

A walk along Kokribite's seafront will set you among travellers, local fishermen and souvenir traders. The locals are always up for a friendly game of soccer on the beach.

Image by Rene Mayorga

Kokrobite traditional dance

Here we have a photo of locals putting on a show of their traditional dance in Kokrobite.

Image by Rene Mayorga

Kokrobite is a stunning beach location loved by travellers and given its character from the locals and relaxing setting.



 

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