first night hotel

Have you ever wanted to tour africa national parks with elephants and picture perfect wild birds and other animals. let us take you there in a way you never imagined. Good morning Mr. Jones nice weather this week in Los Angeles. Your plane leaves in 2 hours we have your boarding pass and  Miss Roberts will escort you to LAX and your international flight to Ghana. You will need only your passport and no luggage. This will be just like walking to school as a small boy no wories we take care of everything. You have some things at your hotel cotton swimwear and pants and shirts. We have a nice night out and in the morning we can fly to  Tamale and drive over to Mole National park (The park is located in northwest Ghana on grassland savanna and riparian ecosystems at an elevation of 150 m, ). We have the most advanced 4k bridge Camera (panasonic fz1000) our compliments so when your shooting you will be using the same technology as movies such as (spectre 007) good enough for any professional lecturing or movie production. No this is yours to keep as part of your complete trip. No you may shop in Tamale and your purchases will be taken to the airport later. Again you will need to carry nothing but your camera. Oh no your not with any groups you just point and that is the way we take you....

no baggage trip

no baggage trip no groups 

The FZ1000 truly bridges the two using a 1-inch 20-megapixel MOS sensor (four times larger than the 1/2.3-inch sensors you find in most long-zoom cameras like Panasonic's FZ200) and a 16x f2.8-4.0 25-400mm lens (and yes, it's a Leica).yours to keep. make your colleagues cry 

first night


Ghana is a country of breathtaking, unspoilt natural beauty and has diverse species of birds, butterflies and mammals like monkeys. Large game like elephants can be seen at Mole National Park while hippos can be viewed at Bui National Park by canoe. For monkeys, camp overnight at Kakum National Park and wake up at dawn to them having breakfast in the treetops. 

Ghana's national parks and reserves are controlled by the Ghana Wildlife Division and the Forestry Commission of Ghana. Most national parks, sanctuaries and reserves have a government office run by staff of the divisions.

Ghana has large and viable populations of wildlife and wild assets that support a growing eco-tourism industry to complement the nation’s strong cultural and historical attractions. A visit to Ghana’s wildlife parks and other protected areas is like walking into an interesting world of nature. Fortunately for the eco-tourism world, Ghana is only 6 hours from Europe and several airlines link Ghana to the Americas by direct flights.

Mole national park