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Bui National Park of Ghana is 1,821 square kilometres of mostly woodland savannah with dispersed and riverine gallery forests that harbour Ghana’s largest population of hippos. Bui stretches over parts of the Brong Ahafo and Northern regions of Ghana, and shares a boundary with Cote d’Ivoire to the west.

Birdlife in Bui National Park is very rich, with over 250 species recorded including the very rare white-necked rock fowl [Picathartes]. Besides the hippos, Bui also has elephants, waterbucks, bushbucks, baboons, patas and green monkeys.

Other interesting features are caves, lush mountains and water cascades. The caves harbour bat colonies and it’s worth waiting to see the sun set over the mountains of Bui. Wildlife experiences offered by Bui National park therefore centre on mammals, primates and a mountain terrain that add the touch of adventure.

The local people celebrate their annual ancestral yam festival in September – October when there is a general home-coming by indigenes domiciled elsewhere to join the festive season.  Visitors may also go out in traditional dugouts with local fishermen.

A new hydro-electric dam is being built in Bui which will significantly alter the geography of the park and create more riverine areas and islands. Tourist activities awaiting you at Bui National Park include game viewing, bird watching, and adventure hiking. Nearby villages may also be visited for true African insights and Ghanaian hospitality.

How to get to Bui.
The nearest major towns from which Bui may be accessed are Nsawkaw [pronounced Nsorkoor], Wenchi and Techiman in the Brong Ahafo region.