Lababi beach is a public beach located in La, at the western edge of Accra. It has a three-km beach front that offers wide variety of activities. This beach can get over crowed as it is the beach frequented by most people within the greater Accra region.
Once you have paid the small entrance fee when walking onto the beach it can be a little overwhelming as you are approached by bar hosts who are eager for you to take a seat on their beach tables so that they can serve you food and drinks. Most people who visit Labadi tend to bring their own food and picnics and use the beach chairs to relax with friends and family.
The waters are warm but it over crowded as you have to share the beach with lots of men offering horse back rides. The beach is not very clean in places so can be a little off putting at times so look out small washed up plastic bags. As you walk further down the beach the scenery becomes more local in places you will come accross fisher men and some people even bathing in the water.
Overall Lababi beach is great if you want to experience an Accra water front but its not really a place for building sandcastles. The beach is great for Frisbee, football and sitting and watching the sea come in and out.
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