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We visited this as a large group and were given an interesting talk on the history of the kente cloth and then got to observe some being made. After this, we had a fun experience haggling for and buying very good quality items from them....More
We drove for hours trying to find this village AND with GPS. Saw two beat up yellow road signs advertising the village, and nothing more. Even local people and taxi drivers we asked didn't know where it was either. If Ghana wants more tourism the...More
This was the sole place I wanted to visit while on business in Kumasi with a team of five others. According to the map, it's 22 km from Kumasi, or about 30 minutes. This trip took us 3,5 hours!!! Traffic is infuriating along the only...More
Met with two of the guys who showed me the process of this tradition. So interesting to know how manually they have to do each cloth and to stamp it individually with signs that have different meanings. Something new to learn.
These guys did a great job explaining the process and letting us try our hand at it. Contact Frank from The Four Villages Inn (+ 233 20 766 7559) to line up a tour of all the craft villages. (There is a toilet for public...More
This place is really worth the visit. We started at the visiting centre and got a small tour through process of Adinkra stamping. We would advice to not go here but to go to the first shop left of the visitor centre as the owner...More
The men of the adinkra craftsmen Ntonso village are incredible. I visited here on a SUNDAY - when they were closed. The young guys came and opened the shop up for me. They laid out all of their cloths and even the bar and fire...More