Day 3: KAKUM CANOPY WALKWAY:
In Kakum National Park over 250 confirmed species resides, including hornbill, african grey parrot and the white breasted guineafowl who is among 7 other species of global conservation concern.
The first day in Kakum we will spend on the fabulous Canopy walk platforms, which we hope will make for a treat for even the most hardened birders.
Day 4:KAKUM NATIONAL PARK,
Our second in day Kakum we will hike through the Park and we hope to see among others species:
In the northern part of Kakum we find Aboabo. Here we will have another chance to catch some of the birds we might have missed at the main entrance at Kakum National park, be on the look out for:
Red-billed Dwarf Hornbill
Shining Blue Kingfisher
Day 6:MOLE NATIONAL PARK
We leave for Mole National Park on day six. Mole National park is Ghanas largest wild life reserve, and harbours the country´s largest population of birds. Here you will not only see birds, but also elephants, antelopes, buffalos and many other animals.
We will spend three days in Mole National Park to ensure that you will have plenty of opportunities to see as much of Ghanaian wildlife as possible.
DAY 7:MOLE NATIONAL PARK
To the rocky escarpment of Mole National Park notable for stone partridge and many species of birds. Among others we will be on the lookout for:
DAY 8: MOLE NATIONAL PARK
On our third and last day here in Mole National Park we will continue our birdwatching on the moist woodland, and try to see more of the vast number of bird species residing in the park.
Here we stop for a day of relaxation. In Kumasi you will find the Kumasi Central Market, which is Ghanas largest traditional market, consisting of more than 10.000 stores. Here you will find every conceivable product in Kumasi.
You will also be able to visit the Manhyia Palace Museum where you will get insight in the Ashanti history and will be able to see some key historical items pertaining to Ghana’s ancestry.
DAY 10; ATEWA-ACCRA
Early morning birding at Atewa Range before your departure at the airport.
The Atewa Range is special as it among other things, has an area of about 17,400 hectares of upland evergreen forest, rare for Ghana. Here we hope to see among others: