Mole National Park - Widely known as the largest wildlife refuge in Ghana, Mole National Park is situated in northwest Ghana and is home to various species of birds as well as mammals. Outdoor fun, balmy weather and breathtaking scenery, Mole National Park promises all this and much more. Considering the fact that there are more than nine species of amphibians, around 33 species of reptiles and over 300 recorded bird species, it's no wonder why this park rates as the one of the most prominent game park in Ghana. With its sheer size and beauty that is right on par with some of the best National Park around the globe, Mole National Park has become one of the most frequently visited national park in Ghana. Furthermore, the Mole National Park is also a vital water catchment area with a number of smaller water streams and various other rivers pouring their water in the White Volta. Some of the park's unusual or rare species are Black and White Colobus Monkey, the Yellow-backed Duiker among many others. In addition, the tree species of the Mole National Park includes Isoberlinia doka, Terminalia macroptera, Ximenia americana, Grewia lasiodiscus among many others.
Not to mention the fact that bird watching is amazing in Mole National Park and you can definitely expect to cross off a plethora of both rare as well as popular species from your check-list. Boasting an incredible array of awe-inspiring geography, exhilarating adventure, unforgettable scenery and most of all an amazing wildlife, Mole National Park is impossible not to fall in love with.