Select Page

Bui National Park

The Bui National Park is found in Ghana. It started operating in 1971. The area here is 1821 km2. It’s situated in a typical zone of woodland savanna. The Black Volta Hippopotamus Reserve is renowned for its enormous Hippopotamus population. Numerous antelopes, birds, and the critically endangered black and white colobus monkey are also present. A portion of the park has been submerged by the Bui Dam reservoir, which was built from 2007 to 2013.

The Black Volta River is split in half by Bui National Park, Ghana’s third-largest national park. It started operating in 1971. The area here is 1820 km2. The river, which is home to several river species, flows from Burkina Faso all the way down to the White Volta in Ghana. The significant hippopotamus population that lives in the waterways is the most notable of them. Numerous antelopes, birds, and the critically endangered black and white colobus monkey are also present.