November 2020 Birding Tour
Our latest Ghana Birding Tour got underway on Sunday and our local expert guide James Ntakor sent us this update from the rarely visited Cape Three Points Forest Reserve. Excellent Birding so far with this mornings highlights being a Congo Serpent Eagle being mobbed by 2 Piping Hornbills. From here James and his group are on their way to Ankasa Reserve. We look forward to seeing more updates soon.
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Collected our latest group from the airport and we are looking forward to a great trip with our local leaders William, Foster and senior driver Prince. Safety is our priority and our Covid secure trip is going to be a good one. More updates to follow.
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During these difficult times Ashanti African Tours are not just sitting idle waiting for international tourism to resume. There is so much that goes on behind the scenes when we offer exciting new destinations to our tour portfolio. Its imperative we have local connections to all of the places we visit, training our local guides, drivers and support team in each destination ensuring we offer the same level of service and client experience in all countries we visit. Liberia is one of the key destinations we offer for our birding, butterfly, wildlife, hiking, and cultural tours. I am happy to announce 2 of our senior tour leaders Victor Owusu and Paul Mensah have touched down for 2 months to perfect our itineraries of this stunning destination. During our time in Liberia Paul and Victor will be working with rangers and guides at National Parks and protected areas in how to improve the overall experience for responsible tourists.
Our team are currently in the Nimba Mountains with limited internet connection, watch this space for regular updates to our adventures.
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Nkulengu Rail Ankasa Reserve
The awesome Nkulengu Rail was a species that used to always be heard and never seen, that was until our first sighting by James Ntakor during a private tour with David Fisher in 2011. Now a regular sighting on most of our Ghana Birding Tours. This photo was taken by Adam Dare during a recent tour in Ankasa Reserve in Ghana.
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