Welcome to Moree
The small beach resort and fishing village of Moree captures the essence history and natural beauty that makes the Central region of Ghana such an appealing destination for travellers. Make time to explore everything from historic forts to rainforest walks, as well as the finest in local culinary traditions with its emphasis on the daily catch.
Moree and Cape Coast
The beach, the surf and later a drink ... these are the idyllic qualities of the Central region’s coastline. Near Moree, there is a number of lovely beaches to explore, including those at Elmina, Brenu and Cape Coast. On weekends the beaches have a party atmosphere, as vendors, musicians and performers join the swimmers, surfers and sunbathers on the palm-lined sands.
Moree is at the eastern end of Cape Coast, the capital and one of its most interesting cities of the Central region. Beyond the beach, Cape Coast has a wealth of historical sites, including the Cape Coast Castle, one of the eleven coastal UNESCO-inscribed castles and forts that stand as memorials to European occupation and the slave trade. Cape Coast also has a lively restaurant and nightlife scene, much of it along Commercial Road, near the symbol of the town, the crab monument.
Attractions near Moree: Elmina and Kakum National Park
At the other end of Cape Coast to Moree is the town of Elmina. Another beach town and fishing community, you find some interesting historical sites to explore, including Elmina Castle. Also take some time to visit the Dutch cemetery, Fort Conraadsburg, and the Portuguese church that has been turned into a museum telling the story of the slave trade.
For natural beauty away from the coast, head inland from Moree to Kakum National Park. This is one of the highlights of the Central region and one of the most popular tourist destinations. Established as a wildlife reserve in 1931, Kakum National Park is predominantly rainforest with a wide variety of flora and fauna.
See if you can spot the monkeys, elephants, buffalo and river hogs that live in the park. Or, for a bit of adrenalin, enjoy one of the more spectacular features of the park – the canopy walk, which leads you across rope bridges some 130 feet above the forest floor. The visitor centre has exhibits on the conservation work done in the park and more information on the wildlife that live there.
Find Your Hotel in Moree
For your visit to the Central region of Ghana, explore the range of hotels in Moree to find the perfect base for your trip. Use Expedia to search for budget hotels or luxury hotels, hotels with a pool or beach resorts. Whether you’re looking for a romantic hotel for a getaway for two or a family-friendly hotel, take some time to search through the options to find your hotel in Moree.