Bus from Accra to Cape Coast Bus Tickets, Fare, Schedule & Route


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Do cheap bus from Accra to Cape Coast bus tickets online booking and travel Accra to Cape Coast by road. Cape Coast is one of Africa most culturally important spots. This former Western colonial capital, actually named Cabo Corso by the Portuguese, was once the biggest slave-trading center in West Africa. At the height of the slave trade it got a workplace from places as far away as Burkina Faso and Niger, and slaves were kept locked up in the bowels of Cape Coast imposing castle. Here is the guide on how to book bus tickets from Accra to Cape Coast:

Bus from Accra to Cape Coast Bus Tickets Booking, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

Is the bus from Accra to Cape Coast the affordable way to get to Cape Coast from Accra?

The affordable way to get from Accra to Cape Coast by bus. Cheap bus tickets from Accra to Cape Coast $6 and takes 2h.

What is the quickest way to get from Accra to Cape Coast?

The fastest way to get from Accra to Cape Coast by bus. Accra to Cape Coast bus fare $6 and takes 2h.

Is there a direct bus Accra to Cape Coast?

Yes, there is a direct Accra to Cape Coast bus. Services depart twice daily, and run Monday to Saturday. The journey takes about 2h.

Where do I take the Accra to Cape Coast bus from?

Bus from Accra to Cape Coast services, run by Intercity STC coaches, depart from Accra station.

Bus Tickets from Accra to Cape Coast Tips

Cape Coast Castle is the largest tourist attraction of Cape Coast. It is built on a rock in the sea and is bordered on 3 sides by the charming blue Gulf of Guinea. 1000s of slaves were imprisoned in the dungeons of the castle, awaiting their walk via the "gate of no return" which was the path of their departure no ships to the new globe. Visitors exit the dungeons with a remarkable view of the fishing boats. The fishing boats are among the most photographed locations in Ghana.