Kakum National Park 

Ghana’s most visited attraction is the Kakum National Park in Assin Attandanso in the Central Region. It has a 333-meter long canopy walkway, suspended up to 27 meters above the forest floor from trees that are over 300 years old. The canopy walk is only one of Kakum’s many delights. There are a variety of trails and guided walks that allow visitors to experience the solitude of the rainforest. It’s also a premier site for bird watchers, with over 300 species including eight species of global conservation concern. Mammals include forest elephant, leopard, bongo, bushbuck and many primates, but game viewing is difficult. Also, more than 600 butterfly species have been recorded. The forest has wild life which can be seen in the night and professional guides are always available to take you on a guided night tour. The park is child-friendly. Kakum is about 4 hours drive from Accra. It is advisable you go by your own pre-arranged transport means. You may also go by public transport and connect from Cape Coast. There is a treehouse for you if wish to stay the night for bird and wildlife watching. There is also an outhouse. There are two cafes at the visitor centre serving basic food, snacks and fresh juices.
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Mole National Park

Mole National Park is the largest and most prestigious protected area in Ghana, in the north-west of the country, is Ghana’s largest wildlife refuge, measuring 4,849 sq km. The park has very rich flora and fauna. It is best known for its elephants (a population of about 600) as well as many other primates. Some 94 mammal species, over 300 bird species, 9 amphibian species and 33 reptile species have been recorded in Mole. The large and commonly seen mammals include elephant, kob, roan antelope, hartebeest, waterbuck, bushbuck, warthog, buffalo, several duikers, baboon, roan, kob, hartebeest, waterbuck. Predators include lion, leopard, spotted hyena, caracal, aardvark, genet, civet and mongoose. Occasionally, buffalo overrun the park headquarters and the lodge area. There are also more than 300 bird species and 33 identified reptile species within the national park. The park is located on grassland savannah and its entrance is near the town of Larabanga. The ephemeral rivers Lovi and Mole flow through the park, leaving behind drinking holes in the long dry season.
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Other Ecotourism Sites and Attractions 

Shai Hills Resource Reserve
Bui National Park
Bia National Park
Ankasa Resource Reserve
Kogyae Resource Reserve
Bomfobiri Resource Reserve
Owabi Wildlife Sanctuary
Buabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary
Lake Bosomtwi