For our Ghana Budget birding tour we have cherry-picked the very best and most accessible birding sites of this fantastic country and packaged this in a shorter and more cost effective offering. This tour is primarily focused on Ghana’s incredible forests which include the famous Kakum canopy walkway, vast Ankasa Forest and the unique Atewa range. One of the major highlights will be seeing the incredible White-necked Rockfowl and the tour will also target many of Ghana’s most special species, including the likes of Congo Serpent Eagle, Long-tailed Hawk, Akun Eagle-Owl, Blue-moustached, Rosy and Black Bee-eaters, Fire-bellied Woodpecker, White-crested and Black Dwarf Hornbills, Rufous-sided Broadbill, Buff-throated Sunbird and a plethora of superb Upper Guinea Forest endemics!
White-necked Rockfowl, White-crested Tiger Heron, chances for Spot-breasted Ibis, Congo Serpent Eagle, Long-tailed Hawk, Fraser’s & Akun Eagle-Owl, chances for Rufous Fishing Owl, Red-chested Owlet, Yellow-footed Honeyguide, Oriole Warbler, Blue-moustached, Rosy and Black Bee-eaters, Fire-bellied Woodpecker, African Piculet, White-crested and Black Dwarf Hornbills, Rufous-sided Broadbill, Nimba, Little Grey & Tessmann’s Flycatcher, Red-cheeked Wattle-eye, Fernando Po Batis, Red-fronted Antpecker, Puvel’s Illadopsis, Sharpe’s Apalis, Green-tailed Bristlebill, Western Bearded & Red-tailed Greenbul, Forest Scrub Robin, Buff-throated Sunbird and a numerous Upper Guinea Forest endemics
Spot-nosed & Lowe’s Monkey, Olive & Western Pied Colobus, chances for Potto, forest duikers
lowland rainforest, broad-leaved woodlands, grassland
hot & humid conditions
moderate pace, undemanding forest and woodland trails
Kakum canopy walkway, Cape Coast Slave Castle