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Travel Guide

Everything you need to know

Before you embark on your exciting adventure, we would like to inform you of the following to make sure that all your health and travel requirements are taken care of.

About Keta

The Sun City

The Volta Coast is one of the most naturally diverse and beautiful places in Ghana.

Straddling between pristine beaches and verdant coastal terrain lies the town of Keta, a beautiful and exotic town located on the coastal strip of the Volta Region in Ghana.

Keta is known for its unique, relaxed and laid-back way of life and is home to an eclectic mix of local residents.

Boasting a year-round temperate climate and its expansive stretches of deserted clean beaches, Keta welcomes visitors seeking to relax, explore and enjoy the wonders that it has to offer.

Cell Coverage




Shopping Center



1 in Keta; 6 in nearby Aflao



Malaria Area

Low Risk

Farmers' Market

Every 4 days


By Road

Internet Access


Business Centers


Nearest Airport

Domestic: HO Airport

International: Aéroport de Lomé-Gnassingbe Eyadema, Togo


Temperatures in Keta are sufficiently warm year round.

The hot season lasts for 6.3 months, from November 4 to May 14, with an average daily high temperature above 31°C. The hottest month of the year in Keta is March, with an average high of 32°C and low of 26°C.

The cool season lasts for 2.1 months, from July 5 to September 9, with an average daily high temperature below 28°C. The coldest month of the year in Keta is August, with an average low of 24°C and high of 28°C.


Season Highlights


  • Nov - Feb: Turtle breeding season

  • Apr - Jun: Best weather

  • Surfing - Best in summer

Coming to Ghana

To enter Ghana, all foreign nationals need a passport valid for at least 30 days after the intended date of departure. Ensure that your passport has at least two blank visa pages for entry stamps. Check your country’s visa requirements with the Ghanaian embassy.

Entry requirements

Non-resident travelers aged 18 years and over must be fully vaccinated in order to enter. They no longer need to undergo any Covid-19 testing.

Ghanaian nationals and resident foreigners who are not fully vaccinated will be offered vaccination on arrival. Alternatively, they can undergo mandatory quarantine at a government-assigned facility for seven days at their own expense.

They must also have proof of a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of departure and also undertake an additional antigen test on arrival.

This costs $50 per passenger for Ghanaians and citizens of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and $150 for everyone else, with results available within 30 minutes. Payment must be made online prior to boarding the flight to Ghana.

Anyone testing positive on arrival will be assessed by the Port Health Unit for quarantine either in a government health facility or isolation center. The cost of the mandatory seven-day stay must be covered by passengers at their own expense.

All passengers must complete an online health declaration form and may be asked to do so again on board before landing.

Getting Here

The ins and outs of how to get hold of us and where to find us.

Landing In Lome?

Aéroport de Lomé-Gnassingbe Eyadema

Lomé, Togo

Take Bd de la Paix to N1

8 min (4.5 km)

At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto N1

1 min (700 m)

Take Rue du Paris and Ave Pompidou to Boulevard Du Mono/N2

8 min (3.1 km)

Continue to Keta, Ghana

1 hr 1 min (40.3 km)


Turn left onto Beach Hotel Link

Destination will be on the left

3 min (700 m)

Aborigines Beach Resort

Beach Road, Keta


Landing In Accra?

Kotoka International Airport

Airport Rd, Accra

Take Airport Bypass Rd and Spintex Rd to Accra - Aflao Rd/Accra - Tema Motorway/N1

9 min (5.0 km)

Continue on Accra - Aflao Rd/N1 to Volta Region

2 hr (111 km)

Drive to Beach Hotel Link in Keta

1 hr 4 min (60.7 km)

Aborigines Beach Resort

Beach Road, Keta

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