Please check back regularly for updated travel and hotel information

A valid passport is mandatory. Visa requirements are subject to change and should be checked prior to traveling to Ghana. Visit the Ghana Ministry of Tourism website for additional information and requirements.


The 5-Star Labadi Beach Hotel is the Official Hospitality Sponsor, preferred hotel,
and AIM Finish Line venue.

Labadi Beach Hotel is pleased to offer the following special  rates to participants of the Accra International Marathon:

   Superior Room—$235.00 + $40 for double occupancy
   Luxury Room—$265.00 + $40 for double occupancy
   Superior Suite—$570.00, both single and double occupancy
   Executive Suite—$700.00, both single and double occupancy

Room rates are inclusive of buffet breakfast, local taxes, use of gym and swimming pool and access to our private beach. Please provide your AIM booking code when placing your reservation in order to enjoy these special negotiated rates.

Labadi Beach Hotel

LABADI BEACH HOTEL Tel: +233 30 277 2501 - 6
E-mail: labadi@legacyhotels.com

email us at info@aimghana.com after registration to receive your special booking code.

 

A Fantastic Group Offer

Here’s your opportunity to stay at the multi award-winning Villa Monticello (VM) at abulk rate Villa Monticello, Accrathat works out to less than 50% of their regular rates. We are also teaming with them to offer exclusive services to make AIMing experience even more extraordinary. Please email us to take advantage of this unique offer.

VILLA MONTICELLO
No. 1A Jasmine Road, Airport Residential Area, Accra, Ghana
email us at info@aimghana.com after registration to receive your special booking code.

 

Announcements

to Run or walk in the
11th Annual
Accra International Marathon

to keep Africa Alive!
29 October, 2017

or Open Adobe Acrobat form Download and submit a Registration Form


Congratulations to the Top Finishers of the 10th Annual Accra International Marathon!

See Race Results for full results

Full Marathon
—Men:
Rajah Lagble, Samuel Acquah (Ghana), Sam Papai (USA)
—Women: Maria Davydenko (USA), Roseline Eyenike (Nigeria), Isabelle Konaté (Côte d'Ivoire)

Half-marathon
—Men:
Alassan Mahama, Solomon Kugre Dembang, Geoffery Amoako (Ghana)
—Women: Katherine Burkett (USA), Elizabeth Olali (Nigeria), Sheena Lahren, (USA)

10K
—Men:
Enock Bortey (Ghana), Adefunmilayo Adeola Stephen (Nigeria), Elvis Adjei (Ghana)
—Women: Hawawu Haruna (Nigeria), Irina Curechian (Romania), Farah Kammourieh (Canada)

5K
—Men:
Richard Sekyere, Kodjo Agidzi, Abu Iddrisu (Ghana)
—Women: Chloe Lenormand (France), Salamanca Mohammed (Ghana), Age 15, Kelsie Kaczorowski, (USA)
—Boys: Basam Seidu (Ghana) 9, Musa Hussein (Ghana) 14, Haakon Blicher (Denmark) 10; Sagawa Sota (Japan), 8
—Girls: Milena Wehnert (Germany, GSIS), 9; Yasmin Mamud Seidu (Ghana), 5; Lora Imbriovcan (Croatia), 11; Tara Imbriovcan (Croatia), 8

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