About Mole National Park
Experience Ghana’s wild heart at Mole National Park, the country’s largest and oldest wildlife refuge. Blanketing 4,840 unspoiled square kilometers in the Northern Region, Mole harbors a thriving savanna habitat where iconic animals roam free.
Visitors embark on safaris led by knowledgeable guides, observing elephants, lions, leopards, spotted hyenas, and over 300 bird species gracing the grasslands and forests. Walking tours allow adventurers to admire baboons, warthogs, antelope, and countless exotic creatures up close in their natural realm. As the daylight fades over amber plains, continue spotting wildlife from open-top jeeps on exhilarating nighttime drives.
From glimpsing crocodiles lounging by watering holes to catching a fleet-footed cheetah surveying its domain, Mole National Park provides a world-class venue for witnessing Ghana’s exotic animal kingdom. Its pristine wilderness and wealth of biodiversity leave a lifelong impression on all who enter.
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