Accra dating guide advises how to pick up Ghanaian girls and how to hookup with local women in Accra. Travel, enjoy and have fun with hot single girls and you might even meet the love of your life. Read more on how to date Ghanaian women, where to find sex and how to get laid in Accra, Ghana.
Accra is a city located in Ghana. Accra is the capital city and also the largest city in the country. The city is known as a location for a large amount of economic and administrative activities. Accra is host to some notable landmarks such as the University of Accra and the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum.
- 1 Girls in Accra
- 2 How to Pick Up Girls
- 3 Top Dating Tips
- 4 Online Dating
- 5 Live Cam Dating
- 6 What Kind of Guys Have the Best Chances
- 7 Risks while Gaming
- 8 How to Get Laid as Soon as Possible
- 9 Gold Diggers and Sugar Babies
- 10 Swinger Clubs and Naturism
- 11 Costs of Living
- 12 Accommodation
- 13 How to Get There and Move Around
- 14 Digital Nomads and Remote Work
- 15 Internet and Mobile Operators
- 16 Gambling and Casinos
- 17 Weed and Drugs
- 18 Health, Fitness, Gyms and Massage
- 19 STDs and HIV
- 20 Stay Safe
- 21 See Also
Girls in Accra
How to Pick Up Girls
The chance is successfully relating with a girl is dependent on many things such as your looks, the first impression you give her, and the location at which you meet her. Unsurprisingly, if you are financially doing well, everything is easier.
Tips for Daytime
Best Places to Meet Girls
Tips for Nighttime
Admittedly, it is easier to get to meet girls at night than during the day. This is because most people who leave their houses at night are looking for a fun time, unlike during the day when most people are going about serious business. The best place to meet girls at night is in nightclubs. While there are other possible locations to meet girls, nightclubs are preferable because they are relatively safe and you get a chance to dance to good music and take drinks. Below are some prominent nightclubs in Accra.
Best Nightclubs to Meet Girls
1. Firefly Lounge Bar
Address: H P Nyemitei Street, Accra
Firefly Lounge Bar is an ideal place to go when you want to dance to good music, and have a good time in Accra. There is a spacious dance floor, and a DJ who is active through out the night. There is also a bar where several types of properly mixed cocktails are being sold. During the early evening, the nightclubs serves only as a bar and a lounge. However, when late night approaches, clubbing activities begin in full force. Also, the members of staff - particularly those serving drinks - are known to be nice to customers and very attentive when taking orders. However, the club usually gets crowded at about 1am when a lot of party goers begin to troop in. The club is open from 5pm to 4am. Opening days are from Tuesday to Saturday. The club is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
2. Duplex Nightclub
Address: Harry Sawyer Road, Osu, Accra
Duplex Nightclub is an ideal place for people looking for a good clubbing experience. Like the Firefly Lounge Bar, you can come around to lounge during the day. At night, clubbing activities begin, with the entire club turned into a colorful scene. Some nights, clubbing activities vary. There are some nights that are old school themed. With polite and attentive customer service, Duplex Nightclub is definitely one of the best night spots in Accra. The club is open all days of the week, from 8pm to 4am, apart from Sundays, when it is open from 8pm to 12am.
3. Plot 7 Nightclub
Address: Plot 7, Nyaniba Estates, Accra.
Plot 7 is a luxury nightclub that is visited by the richer members of the Ghanian population. Originally a warehouse space, the nightclub is located in Nyaniba Estates Park, which is a high end estate. The nightclub is known for bringing in quality DJs to perform each night. The music sessions are nonstop and different genres of music are played to the delight of customers. Music genres available are the popular African Afrobeats, Dancehall, House, and Pop. A lot of reviews from visiting tourists mention that Plot 7 Nightclub has a high international standard. Most times, a fee is charged at the entrance. In most Ghanian nightclubs, the gate fee charged ranges from 6Ghc ($1.23) to 18Ghc ($3.69). There are also special feature parties which occur at different times. On some occasions, there are masked parties. On other occasions, there are vintage parties.
Plot 7 is opened from 8pm to 6am from Wednesday to Saturday. The club is closed on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays.
Mature Ladies and Cougars
Top Dating Tips
Live Cam Dating
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What Kind of Guys Have the Best Chances
Risks while Gaming
How to Get Laid as Soon as Possible
Gold Diggers and Sugar Babies
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Swinger Clubs and Naturism
Costs of Living
In Accra, if you would be staying for a short period of time, the best option would be to stay in a hotel. On the average, a 3 star hotel costs about GHS 398 ($81) per night and a 5 star hotel costs about GHS 1358 ($276)
How to Get There and Move Around
Accra is home to the Kotoka International Airport, which is one of the major airports in West Africa. In recent times, the airport has been getting over 2.5 million passengers per year. Due to the fact that the Kotoka airport is located in Accra which is the country’s capital and most populous city, the airport provides most of the country’s local and international flights.
When it comes to leaving the airport, there are taxis available at the airport. These taxis however might charge high prices, especially if you are a foreigner. Another option is to charter a ride from an online platform. In Accra, ride services include Uber, Taxify, Yenko Taxi, Uru Drive, and Enshika.
Also, for accommodation close to the airport, there are over six quality hotels within a 2 mile radius of the airport.
There are buses in Ghana which the general public use to move around. However, bus transport is not very convenient, since the buses are usually tight and overcrowded. Due to prolonged use, most buses used in the public transport business are old and rickety. It is quite uncommon to see foreigners move around town in buses. Also, buses stop only at designated bus stops, so moving around with buses is not very flexible. Due to the tightness and crowdedness in the buses, it is common for pickpockets to steal from passengers during the course of the journey.
Tro-Tro is an alternate form of transport in Accra. Basically, a Tro-Tro is a minivan, a sort of vehicle that can be categorized between a taxi and a bus. Unlike regular buses, the Tro-Tro vehicles operate in a more flexible mode, as they can stop at any point on the road, without needing to wait until they arrive at a designated bus stop. While they are the cheapest form of transport in Accra, they are not very safe, since most Tro-Tro drivers move recklessly and aggressively on the road. Also, like regular buses, the sitting arrangements are quite tight, thus increasing the risk of theft while in the vehicle.
There are official approved taxis in the city of Accra. These approved taxis have been coloured yellow on the side of the vehicle. When picking up a passenger, a taxi driver might try to overcharge if the passenger is a foreigner. This is where your negotiation skills come to play.
When taking public taxis, there is an option of taxi sharing, with four to six passengers in a taxi, depending on the size of the taxi. It is safe to know that on the average, taxi rides cost 3 GHS ($0.61) for a short ride and between 10 GHS ($2.05) and 15 GHS ($3.07) for longer trips. However, you can also charter a taxi for yourself alone even though this is a lot more expensive.
There are private owned taxis called ‘’’hurry cars’’’. They do not bear the yellow side marking of officially approved taxis and they are usually more expensive than the official taxis. Since these cars are not regulated by the government, they are not the safest option because a driver can do whatever he wants and get away with it.
Another option is online chartered rides like Uber and Taxify. Reservations can be made on the apps of the car service company.
The major railway transport around Accra is a rail line connecting Accra to another city, Tema. Mostly, train movements within the city are not developed. Generally, railway service in Ghana is recommended as there are other more commonly used modes of transport.
Ghanaian Visas are obtained at the Ghana Embassy, High Commission or Consulate in your country.
Digital Nomads and Remote Work
As a digital nomad, Accra is an ideal location. On the average, internet connectivity speed is about 7 mb/s. Also, the cost of living for a digital nomad in Accra ranges from $2500 to $3000 per month. This estimate includes accommodation, feeding, and transport.
In Accra, there are a lot of upcoming tech hubs, so if you are looking for a shared workspace, the best two options in Accra are ImpactHub Accra and iSpace Ghana.
Internet and Mobile Operators
There are several telecommunication companies in Accra which provide internet connectivity, phone call and text message services. For phone calls and text messages, the best networks are MTN, Vodafone, Globacom, Airtel and Tigo (Millicom). These companies provide call services to both local and international numbers.
For internet services, MTN is the most notable telecommunication company with 4G internet connectivity. Other options include companies like Busy, Surfline and Blu. However, these three listed companies do not provide the option of using their SIM cards in any device. Rather, their services are limited to specific devices like their WiFi routers (MiFi) and modems.
Gambling and Casinos
Weed and Drugs
Weed and most other hard drugs are illegal in Ghana. There are possible jail sentences if you are caught in possession of most drugs. However, this doesn't stop people from using drugs in Accra. Even if the police arrest someone for possessing drugs, most times, the policemen can be bribed. Weed is very common in Accra and other parts of Ghana. Ghana is one of the biggest consumers of weed in Africa and the world. Most common street name for weed in Accra is "wee".
When it comes to buying and smoking weed, there are a number of places that are relatively safe. For instance, beaches are a good place to smoke weed without interference from the police. Weed vendors also sell weed at the beaches. In some bars, weed is mixed in drinks as a form of cocktail. If you want to buy weed you can walk up to a barman and ask for a "ghetto" (that is the usual name of the houses or location of a vendor). However, the best option is to ask a local to get some for you instead of going yourself. A lot of vendors do not trust foreigners enough to sell illegal drugs to them.
Some bars allow people to smoke weed, but you have to ask first to be safe. These bars usually bribe the police frequently so that they would not come in to make any arrests.
Health, Fitness, Gyms and Massage
As the capital city of Ghana, Accra has a lot of properly equipped hospitals which have attained world class standard. These include both private and government owned hospitals. Listed below are some prominent Accra hospitals.
1. Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
Address: Guggisberg Avenue, Korlebu, Accra.
Contact: 233-302-739-510, 233-506-210-458
The Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital is a government owned hospital and it is also the first major health care facility in Ghana. It serves as the official hospital for students in the University of Ghana. Notable establishments of the hospital include three Centres of Excellence. They are National Cardiothoracic Centre, National Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Radiotherapy Centre. The departments in the hospital include Child Health (Paediatrics), Surgery, Radiotherapy, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dietherapy, Physiotherapy, Psychiatry, Radiology, Pharmacy, SME (Accident and Emergency) and Laboratory services. Without doubt, the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital is one of the foremost in Africa and it is an ideal place to go in case you are facing health issues while you are in Accra.
2. 37 Military Hospital
Address: Neghelli Barracks, Liberation Road, Accra.
This hospital got its name due to the fact that at the time of construction, it was the 37th military hospital to be built in the British colony of West Africa. With bed spaces that accommodate over 400 people, the hospital is one of the largest in Ghana and West Africa. It was originally established as a centre to treat injured soldiers, but it has been expanded to service the general public. The members of staff are majorly medical military personnel. The hospital has an accident and emergency facility that runs for 24 hours. Other facilities in the hospital that run for 24 hours are the pharmacy and the X-ray facility. With world class equipment and standard medical procedures, the 37 Military hospital is a good place to go in Accra for proper healthcare.
3. Ghana Canada Medical Centre (GCMC)
Address: Manor Valley, Adjiringanor East Legon, Accra.
Contact: 233-302-521-440, 233-302-521-441
GCMC is the brain child of Ghanaian doctors and other partners who based home and abroad. The hospital runs a wide variety of health services including Dental Medicine, Urology, Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Recently, the hospital opened a non-invasive Cardio-Diagnostic Laboratory where heart diseases can be diagnosed, and where possible treatments are evaluated.
1. Pippa’s Health Centre
Address: 5th Ringway Link, Ringway Estates, Accra.
Pippa’s Health Centre is a high end organization that caters to the needs of the fitness needs of the general public. There are several activities and facilities which are part of the fitness centre including a gym, a beauty spa, a dance academy, and Taekwondo classes.
Pippa’s Health Centre is open all days of the week, apart from Sundays. From Monday to Friday, the facility is open from 5:30 am to 8 pm while on Saturdays, it is open from 7 am to 5 pm. However, opening hours might be affected by public holidays.
2. Branch Health and Fitness Centre
Address: 120B Spintex Road, East Legon, Accra.
The Branch Health and Fitness Centre is a high standard gym, with numerous industrial grade equipment like Treadmills, Bench Press Bar Bells, Lat Pulldown machines and Pectoral Deck machines. There are also experienced members of staff that serve as personal trainers. Drinks are also sold, to serve as refreshments for customers.
The gym is open all days of the week, from 5 am to 9 pm. However, opening hours might be affected by public holidays.
3. Perfect FIT Gym
Address: GE-328-6290, 154, Westlands Boulevard, West Legon, Accra.
Contact (Telephone): 057-415-184-1, 026-409-045-9
This gym facility is popular for having high standard equipment and experienced training personnel. The gym has an online review rating of 4.7 Apart from the regular gym facility, there are also aerobic dance classes. Also, Asian slimming teas are served available for customers.
The facility is open every day of the week apart from Sundays. From Monday to Friday, the facility is open from 5 am to 9 pm while on Saturdays, it is open from 5 am to 2 am.
STDs and HIV
As expected in any city, there are a number of dangers that you can be exposed to. Here are some safety precautions to take. It is best to do most of your sight-seeing during midday. Avoid moving around early in the mornings or late in the evenings, especially if you are alone. It is no news that tourists are common targets of theives and other dark minded individuals. Most places to avoid early in the morning and late in the evening are beaches, lonely roads and parks. Also, it is always better not to move alone. Instead, move with a group of people since criminals do not usually target groups but rather individuals.
Look out for pickpockets. The easiest place for pickpockets to carry out crime is within a crowd. In noisy, crowded environments where a lot of bodies are pressed tightly against each other, it is easy to steal something from someone's pocket or purse. So, whenever you are surrounded by a lot of people, such as when you go to the market or go to watch a show, be on the watch for anyone who seems suspicious or who tries to get too close to you or your belongings. Another option is for you to dip your hand in your pocket constantly.
When moving around a big city like Accra, it is common to see dramatic scenes unfold in public. These could include fights. In such a case, it is best to walk away from the scene since such events can easily get out of hand. Any form of public commotion should be avoided. Also, pickpockets take advantage of such commotions since most people would be focused on watching whatever might be happening, and might not pay proper attention to their belongings.
Another source of danger is people who offer helping hands. When arriving or leaving the airport, you might find locals who are not airport porters offering to help you carry your luggage. You should be careful as some of these locals might mess with your luggage. Even if they do not tamper with your possessions, they usually ask for money after helping you carry your stuff. The best option is for you to get your own luggage by yourself. The same thing goes when you are buying things at the market or at a store.
Do not move around with excess cash or flashy jewelry. A lot of business organizations in Accra accept card payments, so you do not need a very large amount of cash in hand. Wearing flashy jewelry makes you a target for criminals. If you must wear jewelry, keep it at a minimum.
The safest means of transportation are the online charter taxis like Uber and Taxify. Avoid boarding regular buses and the Tro-Tro. Drivers of the privately owned hurry cars are not to be trusted since they are private drivers and not affiliated to the government.
Some times, belongings have gone missing from hotel rooms when the room guests go out. The best way to avoid this is to lodge in a reputable hotel. Do not lodge in a low standard hotel in order to save money. Your personal safety should be a priority.
When you arrive in the country, it is advisable to register with your country's Embassy or Consulate in Accra. This ensures that people at the Embassy are aware of your presence in case an emergency situation should occur.