- Elephants, baboons, water-bucks, antelopes, 300 varieties of birds
- Larabanga Mosque
- Tamale tour
- Arts and crafts market
- Khebab and ‘waakye’
- Inland flights to and from Tamale
Quick facts about this tour
Date: Starts every Monday
Span: 3 days, 2 nights
Fee: $795 (or GH¢ equivalent)
We fly to tamale, a 70-minutes flight. and go by station wagon from Tamale to Mole park. Check-in at the Mole Park Hotel.
We visit the Larabanga mosque, completed in the 15th century, just a few kilometers from Mole.
We also visit the mystery stone – also located in Larabanga – believed by the locals to have powers of protection.
The actual safari lasting two to three hours on the Park in a 4×4 off-road vehicle.
Mole National Park covering 4,800 square kilometers of savanna like terrain with steep scarps boasts of over 80 different species of mammal; made up of elephant, kob, hartebeest, roan antelope, water-buck plus over 300 bird species.
Bird-watching at nearby river. We’ll learn how the locals build their huts. Overnight at the Mole Park Hotel.
We shall tour tamale – where you will have a chance to taste the hugely popular tasty rice dish called ‘waakye’ and fresh coal-grilled khebab.
Visit to the local arts and crafts market. Here you have a chance to hone your bargaining skills as you haggle with sellers for a get good price.
- Transportation (including in-country flights)
- Hotel accommodation (2 nights)
- All site entrance fees
- Tour guide’s fees
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