Mole National Park
This trip takes you past all the highlights of Ghana
and is the ideal blend of culture and nature. The varied landscape, from elongated beaches with palm trees, wooded hills, game reserves and beautiful rivers to rainforest with forest giants in the north is easy to travel. You'll visit several parks, including Mole National Park,
home to over 93 different mammals, and Kyabobo National Park, a mountainous park with beautiful landscapes, forests and waterfalls. To spot wildlife you will have to make some effort here.
Authentic populations in Ghana
Culture is also widely covered: the slave coast with its forts where the Netherlands also has a large part of its history, Kumasi
with its Ashanti art, the authentic populations in the north, such as the Lobi,
and the Talensi.
At the Gurunsi everything is tightly organized, women and men have their own tasks and responsibilities. On your way to Kumasi, pass Larabanga, with an impressive 14th-century mosque. And if you want to delve further into the history of this beautiful country, a visit to the Castle of Cape Coast
should not be missed. This castle, built by the Swedes in 1653, now houses an informative museum about slavery.
Tips & Tops Ghana Complete:
- Follow the spectacular path along the Kuluu River from the 600-metre-high town of Amedzofe
- As you drive through the Bobiri Forest reserve, you will encounter untouched deciduous trees and butterflies in the most outrageous colours
- In the dry season, you don't have to make much effort at the water sites in Mole National Park to discover elephants, antelopes, buffaloes, monkeys and hippos
- Take a walk through the dense tropical forest near the Wli Falls, before reaching the waterfall, crossing the Agumatse River no less than 11 times
- In Mole National Park you can also relax very well, for example by the hotel pool or during a visit to the Eco village of Mognori
- Enjoy the rich bird life on a canoe safari on the Mole River
- The pottery that the women of the Sigiru make is oppressive, a wonderful souvenir!
- Kumasi, the spiritual and historic capital of ancient Ashanti Kingdom, has many museums and a fantastic market where vendors from all over Africa come to
- Very impressive is the Bosumtwi Crater Lake, a sacred lake and the only lake in Ghana that has been formed without human intervention
- To learn more about the slave trade in Ghana, visit Cape Coast, where an informative museum is located over this tumultuous period
- For those without fear of heights: a walk on the longest and tallest suspension bridge in the world in Kakum National Park
- The beautiful fishing town of Fort San Jago still has a lively harbour where skilled fishermen brave the wild ocean every day