Gabelle, in the Upper West region, is the wildlife-protected area of Ghana closest to Burkina Faso on a trans-boundary migratory route for elephants and other mammals. The vegetation at Gbelle Resource Reserve is open savannah woodland and is mainly associated with roan antelope, hartebeest, bushbuck, waterbuck, savannah duikers, and warthogs.
Glee is also home to baboons, patas, green monkeys, and more. Main tourist activities are game viewing, bird watching, and nature walk/hiking. Other interesting features include rock outcrops.
The reserve is a migratory route for elephants and other mammals
Some other animals in the reserve
The reserve is an open Savannah woodland