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Destinations Africa Ghana Mole National Park Trips

Mole National Park Trips

Seeing elephants in the wild is the closest thing you’ll get to a safari-type experience in Ghana – but what a joy it is. Established as a game reserve a year after the country gained independence, Mole (pronounced Mol-lay) is almost 100kms long and 50kms wide, making it Ghana’s largest national park. Consisting of lush flat savannah and divided by a 250 metre high escarpment, some 800 elephants reside here, along with monkeys, baboons and wart hogs. However it’s the elephants that are the main attraction, and the set up of the park’s facilities means that you can see them interacting in their natural habitat at fairly close range. The observation circuit spans some 40kms, and can be travelled by guided walking tours or 4x4s deeper into the park. Most visitors report that elephants are most visible first thing in the morning, when they perform their ablutions around the park’s main waterhole.

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