Exploring Tourism in Ghana
icon Worldwideicon
Tour Packages Details

Classic Northern Ghana Tour

Price on Request

Must Visit City
Contact Us
Day 1: Travel by Air to Tamale Travel by air to Tamale, the capital of Ghanas Northern Region. Continue to Mole National Park and go on a late afternoon game drive. Overnight: 5* Eco Lodge or . .
Country: Ghana
City: Mole
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Nature Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
Package Itinerary

Day 1: Travel by Air to Tamale

Travel by air to Tamale, the capital of Ghana’s Northern Region. Continue to Mole National Park and go on a late afternoon game drive. Overnight: 5* Eco Lodge or Similar

Day 2: Walking Safari

Early morning walking safari + Mognori Eco-Village Visit. Breakfast Included.

Overnight: 5* Eco Lodge or Similar

Day 3: City Tour of Accra

Travel to Accra by Air. Arrive in Accra and go on a city tour of Accra for last-minute shopping. Drop off at pick-up point. Breakfast Included. Overnight: N/A

Tour Package Includes:

Return Air ticket for Accra - Tamale - Accra

Assistance at departure

Accommodation in 5 Star Eco Lodge

Transportation in a private vehicle

Experienced Certified English speaking tour guide

Admission to all listed sites and institutions

Meals indicated

Tour Package Does Not Include:

Airfare to/from Ghana

Meals not listed

Immunization (Yellow Fever Required, Malaria Prophylactics Recommended)

Travel Insurance


Items not included in the tour price


Mole is rich in biodiversity and home to some 742 vascular plant species, over 90 mammal species including 5 primate species, of which species of conservation and tourist interest include Elephant, Buffalo, Kob, Western Hartebeest, Roan Antelope, Defassa Waterbuck, Oribi, Bohor Reedbuck, and Red-flanked Duiker. Rare and endangered species include the Yellow-backed Duiker, Black and White Colobus Monkey, Leopard, and Lion. The Park is also home to 334 bird species, 33 reptiles, 9 amphibian species, and some 120 butterfly species.

The Park has the most viable elephant population in Ghana, and as such, is a hotspot for elephant conservation. It is also said that the Park has a unique breed of elephants, which are not hostile, not aggressive, or insecure, compared to other elephant populations in the rest of Africa.

Mole is one of seven National Parks in Ghana. The other wildlife estates include six Resource Reserves, two wildlife sanctuaries, one Strict Nature Reserve, and five Ramsar sites, managed by the Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission of Ghana. The Park’s mission is to sustainably manage the wildlife resources of Mole National Park, increase revenue, and generate economic activities around the Park with a view to contributing toward local socio-economic development.

Effective law enforcement and protection of the Park are ensured through the establishment of the range system, and collaboration with fringe communities. Today, Mole National Park is inscribed on UNESCO’s Tentative List of World Heritage Properties in 2000 and is working and striving to achieve World Heritage Site status soon.

Visitors can go on any of the safaris and also spend a night on the tree hide. There is a swimming pool at Mole Motel for both resident and non-resident visitors. With art and crafts being an integral part of northern culture, there is a craft shop at the Park’s Information Centre, which serves as a sales point for locally made items.

Mole Motel is situated inside Mole National Park. The Motel has 33 ensuite rooms comprising chalets, single, double, family rooms, and dormitories. Some single and double rooms have ceiling fans only, while others have air conditioners. The family rooms have three double beds with a ceiling fan and a bathroom and toilet.

The restaurant at Mole Motel operates 16 hours daily (6 am to 10 pm), offering a variety of dishes (local, ethnic and continental dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner).


• Firearms are strictly prohibited in Mole National Park. Declare (and surrender to Park authorities) any firearm in your possession at the Park entrance, for safekeeping.

• All tourist activity in the park should be accompanied by an armed guide/guard.

• Bush burning is strictly prohibited in Mole.

• The speed limit for the Drive Safari is 40km/hr. Respect the right of way of all animals, and watch out for speed bumps.

• Violation of any of these restrictions can result in sanctions and/or expulsion from the Park.

• Seek information about the Park’s tourism activities at designated sources only: ie. The Safari Office (Tourism Office) or the Park’s main office.

• Tourists are advised to wear appropriate outfits, i.e. long trousers and closed walking boots with a firm grip. This will protect you from wild plants, thorns, reptiles, and insects.

• Arrange all tourism activities (safaris, bird watching, camping, etc.) at the Safari Office located at the Mole Information Centre.

• Picnicking is possible within the Park, at the Public Campsite, and Brugbani Campsite.

Contact Back

Check out similar Tour Packages