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Nzulezu’ gets resort facility



By: Mathias Amoah

A resort facility aimed at serving tourists who visit the ‘Nzulezu' village in the Joromo District of the Western Region is slated to officially start its operation on December, 20, 2014.

The ‘Karela’ Beach Resort, a four star hotel with over forty (40) room capacity is located at Beyin, near the junction to ‘Nzulezu’ village and also two kilometres (2km) from the Ghana Gas Processing Plant in the Ellembele District.

The resort, according to operators is strategically positioned to serve as both resting and preparatory joint for tourists who desire to visit the Nzulezu site.  

Also, it is to serve as a ‘home out of home’ joint for tourists across the world, with its ultramodern luxurious facilities.

It has a two hundred and fifty (250) capacity conference hall, which can be used for all levels of meetings as a business centre.

The facility, which is open to the Atlantic Ocean with natural white sand beach will render both surfing services to clients as well as provide boat ride trips to ‘Nzulezo’ for both clients and tourists.

It will also operate with two restaurants, a swimming pool and a bar, as well as a grill hut, where clients and tourists will have the pleasure of selecting from the pond, their preferred catch.

Operators added that Karela resort will also serve both continental and traditional dishes, especially rabbit meat, which is popularly known as ‘white’ meat as one of its special delicacies to clients.

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