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Mole National Park

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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This park, including dorm-like beds available at the Mole Park Motel, offers safari opportunities without the enormous price tag. The walking safaris provide a positive experience of being "in the wild", even if one doesn't come across more that elephant tracks. Riding safaris are available...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Mr Ibrahim Matinu did a great job by conducting me through the Mole National Park in northern Ghana where we visited the Mole Motel, Zaina Lodge, the ancient Mosque and the mystery rock in Larabanga, as well as a canoe and motor safari.... Mole Boy...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Mole National park was great. A two person safari would cost 20-30 USD for a private trip. This included walking up close to elephants and seeing monkies,baboons, warthogs, Bush buck, Bush babies and red bishops. Arriving during the wet season we were still exposed to...More

Thank Dominick O
Reviewed August 14, 2018

Great mind blowing experience during our on foot safari. We were able to see elephants, antelopes, and monkeys.

1  Thank Juli-Ann H
Reviewed June 13, 2018

Was disappointed the first time as the only animals in sight were Antelopes. On the second day while walking we came across few elephants

1  Thank Charles V
Reviewed June 1, 2018

The park is ok, but so much conservation needs to be done. The guides were lying to us left and right, that we would see lions if we took the more expensive night safari etc. There are no lions.

3  Thank Ashley A
Reviewed April 23, 2018

We stayed at the Zaina Lodge over the long Easter weekend. The animal viewing was fantastic. We saw so many elephants during our stay and the two safaris we took. It is a wonderful place to visit.

1  Thank KPinDE
Reviewed April 22, 2018 via mobile

If in Ghana I would highly recommend to go to mole park. Five of us took the hour flight from Accra to Tamale and then a car picked us up for the 3 hour drive to the park, the road is very good. We arrived...More

1  Thank Louise G
Reviewed April 2, 2018 via mobile

Arrive in the afternoon and checked into Mole Hotel. The we went to the afternoon safari ride at 330pm. There’s a lot of disorganization. I think we finally left at 4pm for the 2 hr ride. We saw antelope, wart hogs, baboon, birds, and 13...More

1  Thank 555Travelbug555
Reviewed March 11, 2018

We had an amazing experience on the morning safari from Mole Motel. We saw many animals such as warthogs, antelope, crocodiles, monkeys, baboons and so many elephants! What an unforgettable experience!

4  Thank nmbeauchamp
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From Accra it will take you about 12 hours to get to Tamale, which is the biggest city in the North. From there you will be approached by some drivers who will bring you straight to the park but charge way to much - DON'T GO... More
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