For a country where people used to practise large scale hunting, various species have still survived here : hyenas, leopards, makis, elephants, warthogs, antelopes and monkeys. The Mole National Park is the best maintained natural reserve in Ghana. You can get there by walking or by four-wheel drive, but in all cases, be sure to be accompanied by a guide. The animals you will find there are mainly antelopes, warthogs, buffaloes, monkeys, and more scarcely, lions and elephants, that have been introduced to the region. You'll be able to find toilets and a place to eat at the motel at the entrance to the park.