Mole National Forest

Ghana is one of the most stable countries in Africa due to the region’s historically democratic government and solid relations with the United States and European countries. For this reason Ghana has a reputation as a reliable global trade partner.

The Molé National Forest lies in northern Ghana, a wilderness barely touched by civilization due to it’s remote location. Molé has an infectious charm and beauty that is both majestic and unpretentious; a place where one can experience the authenticity and timelessness of Africa.

Few places on this planet equal the simple beauty of Molé. Perched high up on a ridge overlooking the surrounding wooded savannah, the Molé Game Reserve is full of wildlife providing a habitat untainted by tourism and the impact of industrialized commerce. 

Some interesting facts about the Molé National Park:

  • The largest and most protected area of Ghana covering approximately 4,840 square kilometers.
  • The oldest wildlife protected park in this area of Ghana.
  • Lies within two physiographic regions: 65% within the Voltaian sandstones basin, 35% within the savannah high plains.
  • Consists of largely undisturbed guinea Savannah ecosystem dominated by open savannah woodlands making it heightened with flora and fauna.
  • Over 93 recorded species of mammals, 400 species of birds, 9 amphibian, 33 reptilian, several insectivorous species, and 5 endemic butterfly species.
  • Special interest animals include: elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, hyena, kob, western hartebeest, roan antelope, defassa waterbuck, oribi, bohor reedbuck, red-flanked duiker and colobus monkey.

It is Aseda’s priority to bring this majestic raw honey to the market by sustaining the native tribal practices used to raise bee colonies and live harmoniously with nature. This area of Africa is un-tainted by industrial chemicals and pharmaceutical pollutants that are currently harming global bee populations and many of our planet’s ecosystems.