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Adanmowase Ecotourism - Kente Cloths

Adanmowase, Kumasi, Ghana
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This kente village is not far from the famous kente village Bonwire. If you looking to be free from... read more

Reviewed 4 January 2017
Nasir A
New York City, New York
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It's easy to catch a Tro Tro from Kumasi making a stop in Ntonso for Adinkra stamping then head... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2016
Los Angeles, California
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Adanmowase, Kumasi, Ghana
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Reviewed 4 January 2017

This kente village is not far from the famous kente village Bonwire. If you looking to be free from hustler of Bonwire kente shops and want to have a deeper understanding of the kente weaving method. adanmowase the best for you

Thank Nasir A
Reviewed 19 November 2016 via mobile

It's easy to catch a Tro Tro from Kumasi making a stop in Ntonso for Adinkra stamping then head further along to Adanmowase to learn all you want to know about kente weaving. My guide Eric took his time answering all of my questions. It...More

Thank MelissaCamel
Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

Let us say it straightforward: we absolutely dislike any tourist setup and any tourist tour. This one was really different and really good. The local that showed us around was really knowledgeable and very sympathetic. He could answer all our questions into anything regarding farming...More

1  Thank Nandor89
Reviewed 4 March 2016

We came to what seemed like a sleepy little village, and found the visitors center empty. But after walking around a little the locals helped us getting in touch with a guide, who gave us an tour - learning about the history of kente, seeing...More

Thank EmilAhlmann
Reviewed 28 August 2015

We were brought to Adanmowase by our tour guide Comfort who we met courtesy of Charity at Four Villages Inn. It was one of our favorite stops during our 2 day tour of the Kumasi area. For a very reasonable price we had an informative...More

Thank ExploreOurUniverse
Reviewed 16 April 2015

During my visit to Kumasi a wanted to learn Kente. Seen a small production in Bonwire and although the brief visit to the production was quite interesting as a 1st impression and the friendly people, the pressure to drag us to the stores was quite...More

1  Thank Carl B
Reviewed 4 September 2014

I have always been fascinated with Kente cloth and Adanmowase did not disappoint. Our guide, Eric lead us through every step of the process that goes into making the cloth and also allowed us to try each step ourselves. By giving us a "hands on"...More

1  Thank Karen H
Reviewed 8 July 2014

In recent years, Bonwire, the more popular kente village down the road from Adanwomase, has become too hectic so this location upgraded its tourist services as an alternative. They have a guest centre and the guide will take you through all of the process of...More

1  Thank Kwesi M
Reviewed 15 March 2014

i was looking for a not touristic place to see the kente and mask market... i cant say taht i found it but at least i have had an idea. it's an interesting place after all.worth a visit

3  Thank Mark B
Reviewed 24 February 2014

It is for sure better than Bonwire, which is a tourist trap. I got a nice tour of the kente weavers. These people try their best.

1  Thank Captain_Africa
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