Kalakpa Resource Reserve
Kalakpa Resource Reserve (KRR) is a remarkable 325 km2 protected area in Southeastern Ghana containing one of the last intact examples of Guinean bush savannah located in about 100km northeast of Accra. Kalakpa is intriguing forest, unique of its kind you would hardly see elsewhere.
This spectacular park has a combination forest on a hill which is a mix of trees on the guinea savanna vegetation zone. Kalakpa Resource Reserve has great potential for tourism with its dramatic landscape of hills and plains, as well as good opportunities for wildlife viewing that cannot be overlooked.
View some resident wildlife like Buffalo, Kob, Oribi, Waterbuck, the Red River Hog and several types of monkeys, plus abundant species of birds and butterflies.
How to get there
Kalakpa lies roughly 100 kilometers northeast of Accra, and 20 km south of Ho. From Accra, travel through Juapong on Accra – ho road. The Ho to Abutia Kloe road through Sakode leads to the entrance. You can get there by rented vehicles, taxis or trotro from Accra or ho.