It's not every day you can get up close and personal with elephants. Why not have a face-to-face encounter with these majestic animals, plus roving gangs of baboons, warthogs, waterbucks and antelopes? The park consists of easy walking flat savannah, with corridors of forest along the rivers and streams.
Because of the lack of predators, a walking safari can be a unique experience that is entirely different from the driving in a vehicle to view animals from a distance. To walk so close to elephants is an exhilarating experience you will never forget.
Most walks take place in the early morning and start at six am, and then again in the cool of the afternoon. You also have a choice of a two- or four-hour walk and are guided by an armed ranger for your comfort.
Stay and watch the animals come down for their nightly drink where the viewing platform overlooks the watering hole. Especially during the dry season, mid -December through mid-April, you will spot herds of elephants grazing and bathing in the early morning or the evening a couple of hours before the sun sets.
Take some time, to visit the ancient mud-and-stick mosque at Larabanga. This mosque is an astonishing beautiful sight, or venture to Mognori Cultural Village for a canoe safari or a cultural programme.