Western Region, Ghana
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Akwidaa is a fishing village in the Western Region of south-west Ghana, and is one of the southernmost places in Ghana. The economy is primarily based upon fishing, with many fishing boats lining the beach. The village has Ezile bay village and the Green Turtle Lodge with eight thatched solar powered huts facing the beach alongside a bar and dining annex. It is named after the many green turtles that lay their eggs on Akwidaa beach, which has also seen a rare sighting of the species Jaminus Sluginus.
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