"Bus from Larabanga to Wa" Upper West Region Transportation Tip by atufft

Upper West Region Transportation: 4 reviews and 9 photos

  Tamale-Larabanga-Wa Bus
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  • Tamale-Larabanga-Wa Bus - Upper West Region
      Tamale-Larabanga-Wa Bus
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  • Boarding the bus at Larabanga - Upper West Region
      Boarding the bus at Larabanga
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  • Eventually, we got a window seat - Upper West Region
      Eventually, we got a window seat
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  • The cargo truck NOT to take - Upper West Region
      The cargo truck NOT to take
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  • Market Stop on Way to Wa - Upper West Region
      Market Stop on Way to Wa
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There is a Tamale to Wa bus that stops in Larabanga, the gateway to Mole National Park. Since the roads are terrible and the passenger traffic impossible to predict, it's a good idea to take the Mole to Tamale Bus out first thing in the morning. There's a stand in Larabanga that will serve safely cooked food. The arrival of the bus took so long that at one point we were tempted to hitch a ride with a transport truck. Don't do this. The bus WILL arrive. Prepare for body to body contact during the 4 hour ride from Larabanga to Wa, as the by the time it arrives in Larabanga, the bus will be most likely full. The bus is pretty basic in terms of comfort and mechanical efficiency, so prepare for a rough ride. However, the journey is not without its scenic benefits. Besides the natural scenery and occasional spotting of deer and monkeys, the bus takes a stop at a market. Again, I can't recall the cost. It was so low that we just paid, and climbed aboard.

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Type: Bus

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Feb 15, 2006
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