In a matter of months, Ghana would showcase yet another world class tourism facility that would attract tourists from the West African sub-region into the country.
The facility, Zaina Lodge, currently under construction at the Mole National Park in northern Ghana, offers a unique opportunity to encounter elephants and other big game on foot and up close.
The lodge offers two styles of Safari-driving and walking, and seeks to open a new chapter in the hospitality industry by promoting community and economic development and environmental conservation.
One of the best features of the lodge’s location is the park management which permits safari walks. Guests may walk from the lodge or in combination with a driving safari.
Eco Lodge Mole Operating Company Ltd uses business to support conservation efforts and their local communities, making them natural partners.
The lodge is being constructed in two phases. Seventeen of the planned 25 luxury tented suites will open this year, 2015, along with a central dining facility, bar and infinity swimming pool.
The suites are arranged to capture spectacular views over the woodland savannah of Mole National Park, the largest of Ghana’s seven national parks.
Sustainability is a key focus of Zaina Lodge. It seeks to continuously reduce the environmental impact of its operations, using monitoring and evaluation to create an ever more efficient company.
Zaina Lodge primarily seeks to create a more sustainable operation through production of solar energy, waste management, local procurement strategies and having positive impact on wildlife populations in the park.
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