Mole National Park, Larabanga

#3 of 12 in Nature in Ghana
Take a walking safari with a ranger and see a huge diversity of wildlife at Mole National Park, the largest and most frequented national park in the country. Low savannah grasses host elephants, bushbucks, kobs, roan antelopes, warthogs, monkeys, and baboons. Hippos and buffalos gather around the ephemeral Lovi and Mole rivers, which pass through the park in the rainy season and leave drinking holes during the long dry season. Spanning 4,577 sq km (1,767 sq mi), the park also houses the oldest mud and stick mosque in Ghana. To visit Mole National Park on your trip to Larabanga, use our Larabanga online trip maker.
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  • We visited Mole Park in Sept 2019. Overall it was a great experience to see the animals and nature at its best! But be warned of the many HIDDEN CHARGES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If you breathe the air, they...  more »
  • We recently spent 4 days at Mole National Park in northern Ghana as part of a 2 week birdwatching trip through this amazing country. Mole is simply put, a must-visit destination for any nature lover.....  more »
  • Great place where you get to see wildlife in their natural habitat
  • Biggest wildlife reservation in North of Ghana you got to be there

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