Security in northern Ghana

Rebecca and Martina write: We are currently traveling around Ghana and we really appreciate your detailed guide book from Bradt. Thanks for all the hints and information! When we were traveling to Mole National Park, we decided to continue our trip to Wa Therefor, we had to take a trotro or a shared Taxi. On … Continue reading Security in northern Ghana

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Updates from Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions

ASUMURA CONSERVATION INITIATIVE: Due to continued illegal logging and wildfires, there were only 2 rockfowl breeding sites remaining. And report written by wildlife manager in January 2017 was that no rockfowl had been spotted even in those spots. The hunter Frank Agbeko moved to another community and isn’t really available to help search for these … Continue reading Updates from Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions

Orphanage in Larabanga

Lea writes: I've been in Ghana almost 7 months as a volunteer and your travel guide is just wonderul. I've used it many times for travelling and it is always a big help to me! While in Mole Park and Larabanga, I met an amazing person other readers might want to contact. His name is Ibrahim Soburu and he lives and runs an … Continue reading Orphanage in Larabanga

Transport to Mole NP & elsewhere in the north

Ibrahim Matinu, owner of AY Transport, writes: My new company AY Transport has very comfortable air-conditioned buses running all over northern Ghana. I sam based in Tamale but have stations almost every town in the north, including Bole, Wa, Sawla and Damongo, as well as at Mole National Park. Of moat interest to your readers will be my … Continue reading Transport to Mole NP & elsewhere in the north