Komenda Sea Cave
The Komenda Sea Cave is a wonderful tidal formation that has long been a focus of curiosity and attraction. This formation is as a result of torrential waves hitting at a cliff and creating a big hallow
curve. Rumour has it that, during the WW II the cave served as a hiding place for some members of the British Monarchy.
A visit to the cave will let you observe how sandstone has been fractured and eaten up by torrential sea wave. You will also be amazed at how the cave stands as well as the number of people who can enter it.
Enjoy a serene and peaceful environment as you admire close-up vision of big ocean waves crashing into rocks and exploding high into the air. Gaze the dilemma of ocean waves crashing white foam which will give you excellent ambience for shots. Don’t miss the opportunity to see the sea wave on a beautiful sunset.
Form the regional capital of Cape Coast, board trotro heading to Komenda. Take a taxi to the site or hike for about 20 min toward the Komenda College of Education.