Digya National Park

Digya National Park is one of the most remote and inaccessible parts of Ghana. A savanna woodland habitat, the park is home to elephant, buffalo, baboon, and a variety of antelopes, monkeys and other mammals. Digya also contains habitat for the highly endangered West African manatee.

The park can be approached from Atebubu on a rough road to Kwame Danso, then on a very rough road to Akyeremade Bator on the Sene River. A canoe river crossing deposits visitors at Dome base camp. Visitors should be entirely self-sufficient and very adventurous.