3-Day Mole Park Safari – Ghana

Highlights

  • 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)

Itinerary

Day 1

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.

Day 2

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.

Day 3

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.


Fee covers

  • Transportation (including in-country flights)
  • Hotel accommodation (2 nights)
  • All site entrance fees
  • Tour guide’s fees

Not covered

  • Meals 

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Highlights

  • Tree-top Canopy walk – Kakum
  • Slave Castles Tour – Cape Coast and Elmina
  • Close encounter with birds, butterflies, wildlife, flora
  • Elephants, baboons, antelopes etc.
  • Hike through the rain forest – optional
  • Pristine, ancient architecture
  • Local culinary delicacies

Fast facts on this tour

Tour starts: Every Sunday
Duration: 8 Days
Fee: $1,915 (or GH¢ equivalent)

Itinerary

Day 1

We visit Posuban shrines at Mankessim, Cape Coast and Elmina Castles. Fisherman’s market. Overnight in Cape Coast.

Day 2

Today we tackle the tree-top canopy walkway at Kakum National Park, Hans Cottage Botel and Brenu beach. The Kakum National Park covers 360 square kilometers of evergreen rain-forest. The park is about 170 km west of Accra and just 30 km north of Cape Coast. Overnight at Brenu.

Day 3

Off by road to Kumasi. Tour the Centre for National Culture, Overnight in Kumasi

Day 4

We tour Manhyia Palace museum, Okomfo Anokye’s sword, Military museum, Craft villages of Pankrono (distinctive pottery) and Ntonso (wood carvings of stools, masks, fertility dolls etc) today. Overnight in Kumasi.

Day 5

We visit the Owabi Wildlife Sanctuary. This habitat hosts winter migratory birds and hundreds of endangered species of Mona monkeys. From there we shall continue our excursion into the Northern Region of Ghana. Overnight at Bui.

Day 6

Today we shall explore the Bui National Park. From there, we continue to Mole National Park. Overnight at the Park’s Hotel.

Day 7

Early morning walk through the park accompanied by armed guard. Afternoon explore Larabanga, etc with guide. Overnight at Park.

Day 8

One last walk into the park and then head for Tamale. Tour of Tamale: enjoy delicious Waakye and Khebab. Catch afternoon flight to Accra. Transfer to your hotel or airport. End of Tour


Fee covers

  • Land transportation
  • Domestic flight (Tamale-Accra)
  • Hotel accommodation (6 nights)*
  • All site entrance fees
  • Tour guide’s fees

Not covered

  • Meals 

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