Visiting Mole National Park
Mole National Park is the biggest, oldest and most developed park in Ghana. It is situated in the northwestern region of Ghana. It was originally established as a game reserve in 1957, and was later upgraded into a park in 1964. The town of Larabanga is the main entrance to the park. The park also features two rivers, the Lovi and Mole Rivers which flows through it. The park is home to over 90 mammal species, a few of which include hyenas, lions, monkeys, leopards, crocodiles. There are over 300 kinds of birds, where half of them are winter migrants from Europe.
Attractions in Mole National Park
Mole has the widest range of wildlife in Ghana. You'll get an opportunity to see antelope, elephants, bushbucks, warthogs, baboons, monkeys, and other animals. You are more likely to see elephants during the dry season, as they are come to the river on the plain for water. You can also go on a walking safari with an armed ranger. These walks usually take place in the late afternoon and the early morning. This is a wonderful experience and a real opportunity to get close to the wildlife.
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