The Mole national park was established in 1958 and re-designated as a National Park in 1971. It covers an area of 4,840 km2 of undulating terrain with steep scarps. The vegetation is pristine Guinea savanna with gallery forests along the rivers and streams.
The Park has over 90 mammal species notably elephants, buffalo, roan, kob, hartebeest, waterbuck and 4 primate species. Lion, leopard and hyena also occur and over 300 bird species have been recorded.
Bird Watching, Animal Observation, Canopy Walk.
A motel for visitors is available at the Park headquarters in Mole.