Mole National Park lies in the northern region of Ghana and is the biggest National Park in Ghana. The park covers approximately 4, 577 square kilometers in the district of West Gonja as well as being a haven for a variety of species of mammals and birds. It is thus by not surprising that it Ghana National park values as being the most famous game park as well as the ideal toured of all national parks and reserves in Ghana.
The park is an essential water catchment area with smaller water streams as well as other rivers pouring their water in the White Volta. There is an estimated seven hundred and forty two species of plants and trees in the park of which 4 are endemic species and more than 20 are classified as rare species.
Tourists and guests are honored to spot a number of different wildlife from an escarpment at the motel. Over ninety mammal species have been recorded, notably elephants, monkeys, baboons, buffalos, warthogs, lions, leopards and other antelopes
More than nine species of amphibians; 33 species of reptiles and over 300 species of birds including the globally threatened fox kestrel, violet plantain-eater, Senegal parrot, yellow-billed shrike and red throated bee-eater.