The 563-square-kilometer Bia National Park lies in the Western Region of Ghana, close to Sekondi-Takoradi, a city of about half a million. The park houses some rare varieties of mammals, as well as many different species of birds and some of the tallest trees in West Africa. The white-breasted guinea fowl is one of numerous endangered birds to be found here. In a typical 2-day visit, you may see over 100 different species of bird, along with numerous elephants, bushbucks and chimpanzees. Campsites here allow guests to have a rugged camp experience, and many lodges and modern guesthouses also provide attractive accommodation options.
Address: Bia, Ghana