|Cape Coast Commercial Street near the Castle and next to the Blackstar Bookshop
For booking call: 00233 (0)540436130
|You eat …
Baobab Vegetarian Moringa Restaurant
The small Vegetarian Restaurant is the perfect place to rest during your visit in Cape Coast. It lies between the Castle and the Market amidst the busy town. Our patio, built in traditional style, has a nice view over the sea and the busy Commercial Street. Friendly students of our school learn catering, cooking and practice their English. Together with our cook Christie, the students prepare delicious healthy vegetarian meals, snacks and juices. Our dishes with fresh tofu, soy and wheat chunks or oyster mushrooms are the specialty of our restaurant. Vegetable Pies, Banana Cakes and Coconut Cakes are all made with whole-wheat flour. Fresh Pineapple-Moringa Juice, Bisap or Ginger Juice are a must if you visit the Baobab Vegetarian Moringa Restaurant.
|You buy ...
The Baobab Shop sells batik, kente weavings, recycled pure water sachet bags and purses, glass bead necklaces and earrings, art postcards, paintings, pottery, clothing and health products, as there are Moringa powder, honey, soja chunks, red rice and so on. Nearly all products are from the Baobab School, everything is "proudly made in Ghana".
|You sleep ...
Five nice guestrooms with a wonderful view over the sea, the fishermen's area or Cape Coast's busy town invite for a night or two. Our rooms are furnished with cane and bamboo furniture with batik bed sheets and curtains, all produced by Students of the Baobab School. Clean toilets and showers are shared in the courtyard.
We have three double rooms for 50,- GHC, one three-bed room for 60,-,- GHC and one four-bed room for 70,- GHC. We can add additional student mattresses for 20 GHC each in every room.
|You suppor ...
The most important aspect of the Baobab House is the idea of sustainability of the Baobab School Project. Our Children can't pay school and feeding fees and all students stay during the week at our school centre. With this business house we want to try to earn money in Ghana to finance the running costs of the school and become more independent of sponsorship.
|Fashion Shop ...
If you want to order dresses our senior fashion students on service or our tailor/seamstress can sew something for you. You order today, tomorrow you can come for it.
|More NON PROFIT enterprises are planned to help to finance the school in future.
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Edith de Vos – Initiator Baobab Children Foundation