Wildlife and Vegetation


Kakum National Park

Walk among the treetops of Ghana's kakum Natinal Park, offering a unique and spectacular view of the rainforest ecosystem. Watch for an estimated 500 butterfly spices. The suspended ladder walkway is composed of 293 meters of swinging bridge and six platforms reaching heights of 45 meters. The canopy walkway offers a unique viewing perspective of the wildlife and unique plants of the forest. The park is also home to forest elephants, forest buffalo, Mona-meerkats, civets and over 250 of bird species.


Mole National Park

Mole National Park is Ghana's largest wildlife park and is located in north western Ghana. Buffalo, elephant, waterbuck, oribi, kob, hartebeest, roan antelope, red-flanked duiker, crowned duiker, bushbuck, black and white colobus, green monkey, red patas monkey, baboon, warthog, monitor lizard and crocodile can be seen here. Lion, leopard, spotted hyena and yellow-backed duiker are also present.

You can opt for a walking safari or a traditional game drive accompanied by an armed guard.



Akatekyi Crocodile Pond

Feed the crocs. This little pond 30 kilometers west of Takoradi in the Western Region is home to a number of wild crocodiles. Visitors are welcome everyday except Wednesday, which is regarded as a sacred day.



Digya National Park

Digya National Park is located in the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo Regions of Ghana and covers 3,470 square kilometres. Explore wildlife, bird species and vegetation. Elephants, buffalos, leopards, waterbucks, bushbucks, mona monkey, black and white colobus, patas monkey, green monkey and olive baboon. Snakes, crocodiles, servals, jackals, genets, civet cats, galagos and pottos are also present. Over 230 bird species lives in Digya Natinal Park.