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Stay in North-Ghanaian hut (Duu)

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Stay in North-Ghanaian hut (Duu)

2 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
2 baths
2 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
2 baths

Ti kali bohimbu (experience our culture) Stay with my family on our compound and experience daily African life. You have your own private hut who you can closed with a key. There is a matress for two persons with a mosquito net.

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Breakfast
Kitchen

House Rules

Tourist may contribute to the happy life in the compound, they should feel home with the local people and always ask when they need something in the compound, you should feel home and contact with the house members.

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7 Reviews

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Ryan
March 2018
It's just like you would expect - a small hut on the outskirts of Tamale! My wife, 10-month-old baby boy and I stayed for one night. We brought our own baby bed. The hut was warm but Mubarac kindly provided a fan since we had our baby. We enjoyed walking around and spending time …
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Response from Mubarac:
Thank you so much Ryan for your reply to us! And we will add it as you says.. because we have other tourist activities which is going on in the village and most guest like to see it and participate on it and it normally cost 50 cedis including meeting the chief plus the activities. We are still developing and it's good we read your opinion about it.. Thanks so much once again!
March 2018
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Patrick
June 2018
Hi Mubarac- Thank you for your stay in Tamale, but there a several things that went wrong or were unexpected during our stay. I have outlined them here: 1. We have a great deal of respect for the fact that Mubarac's father, Muhammad, is the vice chief in the community. This was…
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Response from Mubarac:
Dear Patrick, I'm highly glad to read of your noted issues highlighted when you were in my village.. first and furmost, I will like to stand on behalf of my family for the treatment given to you during your one night spent with them. we will put things in order and also to make it more better for our guest.I felt so sad when i read this from you. but i promise i will make the changes from them and letting them know the rules of airbnb. for the bathroom, it felt when the raining season begun this year over there and now we are waiting till the rain stop before we can remake it onto its normal structure. thank you so much for this informations, best regards, Mubarac!
June 2018
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Desiree
March 2018
We had a really good time in the community. The people there are so friendly. We had our own hut with a nice bed and mosquito net. One day the son of Mubarac went to town with us and showed us all the good spots. We also saw many traditional thing like cotton spinning or Kuli Kul…
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Mirek
September 2017
If you want to see the local way of life, this is the way to go. The hut is clean, there is electricity inside. Mumbarak i a really nice, funny and honest guy. Basically there is only one negative there. If you want to see their way of life and eat the local food, you will have t…
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Response from Mubarac:
Thank so much for that view. The extra money you paid for the food was all shared with the family to have a taste of service and we all ate the same as what you were ask to make for you.. And sorry you were not informed about that..
September 2017
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Anna Maria
August 2017
Wonderful experience. It was first time we slept in a round house. Room was tidy, with a mosquito net. There were traditional bathrooms as well. Of course this is the offer for travellers prepared to such conditions. Mubarac and his family are wonderful. They even shared the brea…
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Response from Mubarac:
Thanks so much Anna for your wonderful compliment. We were delighted having you in my local way of life.
August 2017
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Theo
December 2016
Great place to stay and to learn about the culture and life of Ghana's north. The family is very warm and interested. The place is clean and spacious with a good fan. Easily accessible by taxi of yellowyellow and always someone able to pick you up. Recommended!
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Thibaut
April 2018
Excellent sejour de 2 nuits dans la communauté de Sognaayili. Ali et Mohammed (vice-chef du village) sont très chaleureux et toujours disponibles pour tous renseignements ou simplement échanger avec vous autour de delicieux repas locaux. A recommander si vous souhaiter decouvrir …

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7 Reviews
My name is Mubarac Nindow. I grew up in a traditional society in the northern( Tamale ) part of Ghana called Sognayili. In my family, we are 18 in number in which my father marriage to 3 wives, but with my mother side, we are five in number, two boys and three girls. I worked as …
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