Day Tour To Mole

Summary

Do you have a day in Tamale and want to take an adventure in Mole National Park? Grassroot Tours Ghana is here to make your day a memorable one. This day-tour will take you to Ghana’s largest National Park, with over 4,574sq km of land space with over 300 species of birds and 94 species of mammal, including African elephants, kob antelopes, buffaloes, baboons, and warthogs. This tour will also take you to the Larabanga Mosque and the Mognori Eco-village.

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Why take this tour?

Do you have a day in Tamale and want to take an adventure in Mole National Park? Grassroot Tours Ghana is here to make your day a memorable one. This day-tour will take you to Ghana’s largest National Park, with over 4,574sq km of land space with over 300 species of birds and 94 species of mammal, including African elephants, kob antelopes, buffaloes, baboons, and warthogs. This tour will also take you to the Larabanga Mosque and the Mognori Eco-village.

What’s included?

  • All Fees and Taxes

  • You can have lunch at the mole motel at your own cost

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Before you book

  • Duration: 1 day

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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About operator:

Grassroots Tours is a licensed community-based Tour provider and Car Rentals agency, we are base in Tamale with a goal of helping the local community while providing memorable tours to visitors to Ghana. We think tourism should be organised in harmony with nature and local communities. We run daily tours which is listed on our website under sample tours for customers however we prefer to have at least 2 hours notice. Michael is the founder of Grassroot Tours Ghana. He was born and raised in the grassland savanna of Mole National Park, where his father worked as a mechanic for 40 years. As a teenager with a love for nature and a keen interest in tourism, Michael guided tours to Laribanga, Mognori eco-village and Wechiau hippo sanctuary. Michael is fluent in English as well as eight local languages; he knows Ghana like the back of his hand. Having grown up in Mole and also traveled in Europe, he has spent his entire life in constant interaction with people from all over the world.

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