Tours from Tamale & Shuttle to Mole National Park

MY NAME IS MOSES (MOLEBOY) A TOUR GUIDE FROM M&J TRAVEL &TOURS (ECO-JOURNEY’S). M&J TRAVEL AND TOURS IN PARTISANSHIP WITH BUFFET TRANSPORT SERVICES NOW RUN A DAILY TRANSPORT SERVICES FROM TAMALE TO MOLE AND BACK TO TAMALE DAILY. DAILY SHUTTLE DEPARTURES FROM: TAMALE –MOLE: FIRST SHUTTLE 7:00 AM MOLE-TAMALE: FIRST SHUTTLE 7:00 AM JEEP SAFARI DRIVE MOLE NATIONAL PARK @ GH 40.00 PER HOUR CANOE SAFARI AND CULTURAL TOUR MOGNORI ECO-VILLAGE @ GH 50.00 PER TRIP SPECIAL EXPEDITION TO THE WECHIAU HIPPOPOTAMUS SANCTUARY. CAR (4/4) RENTAL @ GH 150.00 PER DAY EXCLUDES FUEL. NOTE: ALL SERVICES AND RATE EXCLUDE TOURS AND ENTRANCE FEES SPECIAL SHUTTLE SERVICE TO KUMASI ON EVERY SUNDAYS @ GH 42.00 PER PERSON REMEMBER TO BOOK ALL TICKET AND TOURS IN ADVANCE. CONTACT MOSES @ 0249507413 ( TOURS-TML@MANDJTRAVELGHANA.COM )

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4 thoughts on “Tours from Tamale & Shuttle to Mole National Park

  1. philipbriggs says:

    Moses adds
    “Special expedition for next year 2011 buffet travel. We have procured new 4wheel vehicles for some specific tourist sites here in Ghana due to the rough nature of road, with experience local tour guides. Our knowledge tour centers are Bui national park (to see hippos), the wechiau hippopotamus sanctuary (also to see hippos at the north of Ghana), mole national park (Elephant etc), Paga crocodile site and tongo hills. Tamale city tour and all tour centers in the north of Ghana.
    Contact Moses (moleboy2007@hotmail.com) Tel: 233(0)249507413. Tourism manager”

  2. Dawn Williams says:

    Hi

    My sister and I have just visited Ghana and as Moses seemed so highly recommended we contacted him before we went and at his advice that it would be the same cost to do a car safari organised at Mole or take a him and driver from Tamale and save some time we took the latter option.
    Moses picked us up from the airport, we paid double. We discussed all the costs and options again, although I’d already confirmed then on e-mail and the costs kept changing, though only a little.
    The owners from the Asempa lodge identified we were paying higher than the going rate for the car and driver – however their driver failed to show. Moses advised us that we were getting a better car and driver for the extra cost and we were left in a go, no go situation – we went.
    The trip out was good, though we experienced Larabanga as everyone else did, in spite of having Moses with us as a guide.
    At Mole, we did the car safari, we later discovered at the wrong time of day and our driver treated the safari as an elephant chasing grand prix – the small amount of wildlife we encountered he just whizzed by!
    On returning we did talk to Moses and he waivered his fee which we appreciated.
    We’d also booked with him to stay overnight the following day and do all the activites at the Mognori Eco Village. Moses before he left introduced us to our guide and driver for pick up the following day.
    As we were disappointed, Moses promised to get the guide to come and find us if the afternoon walking safari had found elephants, and our guide found us and we had a wonderful afternoon – Osman our ranger for all the walking safaris was amazing!
    The next day we checked out to go to Mognori – the guide who was meant to meet us did not arrive but our driver did and off we headed to Mognori – our guide was not there and no one had a clue why we were there. We felt very intrusive, as if we’d turned up at someone’s home with no invite. We could have stayed but having arranged a car for the following morning that we had no confidence in turning up, we returned to Mole so we could ensure taking the bus.
    We were so disappointed with the whole experience. We paid over the odds for everything and were told we couldn’t possibly do what we wanted independent for any cheaper – we could!
    The Metro Mass bus is perfectly acceptable and comparable to transport on other continents.
    The drive safari can be organsised at Mole and the 50 Cedi per hour cost split between up to 8 people and the walking safari was much better than the car anyway! A car is useful if you want to get really deep into the park but for a couple of hours the walking safari will enable to see pretty much everything anyway.
    We’re not sure if we just were unlucky and Moses was chancing his luck but in Tamale we really got the impression that ‘obrunis’ come ins 2 variants – volunteers or rich westerns with cars – we’re neither!
    We contacted Moses for advice as he’s billed as a guide who can help out with the logistics – our advice – he’s not getting full time work from this so will likely take advantage!
    He is a nice guy but needs to be more organised, open and honest if he wants to prosper!

    Dawn & Vicky

  3. Rick Detjen says:

    My wife and I uses Moses services over the New Year holiday. He met us in Tamale, introduced us to his driver and set us on our way to Mole Park. It was an exciting ride as we made the trip in two hours. Along the way, we saw a big bus that had broken down with several tourists sitting next to the road wondering when help would come. The private driver was well worth the money.
    Once at Mole, we learned that Moses father is the senior ranger in the park. He gave us some special attention during our four day stay.
    Moses arranged our return trip and it was a quick trip except our driver blew out a tire along the way. Once again, we saw another broken down bus along the way.
    Want to save money? Take the bus but bring plenty of water with you for your journey that can run 10-12 hours. Want to avoid the hastle? Call Moses. Nice guy!

  4. wildlifeghana says:

    Travel Guide Agent Ghana LTD is a new Tour company that rent out cars,minivan at the tamale airport which can bring you direct to mole national park and also anywhere across the north of Ghana. the can also arrange the varies hotels in Tamale and mole national park for your relaxation, Mariam hotel, Gariba Lodge, Asempa Lodge and Mole Motel at the mole national park. The also provide local tour guides who know how to make your stay in the north a memorable one. to visit Paga crocodile pound,and Daboya smock village. contact travel guide agent Ghana. http://www.travelguideagentghana.com Tel: (233) 0249507413 Manager.

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