Digya National Park is located in the Bono East Region and sits on 3,743 square kilometers. It is the second largest National Park in Ghana after Kakum National Park. The park is home to six species of primates and elephants and has the second largest population of elephants in the country. More than 236 bird species live in the park. Digya National Park is the only wildlife territory in Ghana to boast of Lake Volta at its borders.

Q Wildlife

Elephants, Buffalos, Mona Monkey, Servals, Duiker, Leopards, Waterbucks, Jackals, Genets, Civet, Olive Baboon, Pata Monkeys, Green Monkeys, Crocodiles, Galagos, Pottos, West African Manatees and Bushbucks.

Q Activities

Wildlife Viewing, Birding, Hiking Safaris, and Canoeing.

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