Take a gap year, do voluntary work and visit Mole National Park!

Watching bathing elephants from the viewpoint veranda.

Watching bathing elephants from the viewpoint veranda.

On the look out for elephant trails in the bush.

On the look out for elephant trails in the bush.

If you have a gap year, take the opportunity to contribute and get some experience by doing voluntary work in your field of study/or expertise.

Then as a break from your volunteer work, why don’t visit Ghana’s largest national park Mole. Just a day trip away from Tamale, this amazing and beautifully lushy place awaits you full of adventure. Enjoy the peace at the motel’s viewpoint veranda while scouting for bathing elefants below, or climb the roof of a jeep to go antelope spotting down in the bush?

What ever your mind of a great experience is – Mole has much to offer. During the dry season the park is especially well visited by a multitude of animals coming to drink in the local water ponds.

 More pictures at the site of Mole Motel >>

Read more about Mole at GhanaWeb >>

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