Ghana’s largest wildlife and tourism destination, Mole National Park, in the Savanna Region, has announced an increase in its prices.
“Dear cherished client, this is to inform you that there will be a price increase in our tour activities,” the management of the park stated in a notice to the public.
According to the notice, “the increase” will help the management to ensure its “commitment to providing the best of service” to visitors.
The park is home to elephants, leopards and rare birds.
It covers approximately 4,840 square kilometres and is the largest and most prestigious protected area under the country’s Wildlife Department.