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Bobiri Forest Reserve

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Off Kumasi-Accra Road, Ghana
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No butterflies and a guide in need of training

We went to this place because of the much-advertised butterflies. Well arriving, we soon understood... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2018
Pierre F
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Uppsala, Sweden
Beautiful but threatened

There is still enough forest here to make a visit for the nature lover to enjoy. The rough track to... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2017
lizziesbirds
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7 Dec 2017
“Beautiful but threatened”
13 Feb 2018
“No butterflies and a guide in need of training”
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Off Kumasi-Accra Road, Ghana
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Reviewed 13 February 2018

We went to this place because of the much-advertised butterflies. Well arriving, we soon understood there we none to be seen. Maybe it was not the season - but that information was not available beforehand. Took a brief walk in the forest anyhow - and...More

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Reviewed 7 December 2017

There is still enough forest here to make a visit for the nature lover to enjoy. The rough track to the visitor centre from the entrance to the forest makes for a wonderful walk enhanced by bird song and the immense tropical trees. Much work...More

Thank lizziesbirds
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Reviewed 8 May 2016

Tour this place and learned about the different trees and plants around. The caretaker of this place has lots of knowledge of the origin of the plants and trees. I saw a few butterflies during my visit. I was expecting a lot, but I did...More

Thank annminky
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Reviewed 9 April 2016 via mobile

Nice and clean guesthouse by forest reserve, basic but good food, friendly staff. It's worth yo take a guide to the forest and get to know its secrets. Butterflies are all around, but you'll have to go during the mango season to see more.

Thank Pacific D
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Reviewed 23 August 2015

The guest house is a couple of miles into Bobiri Forest, so it's a very secluded area. Nevertheless, all the rooms are together so we felt perfectly safe. The rooms were fairly large with ensuite bathrooms and mosquito nets. The food was really good -...More

Thank ChrisGreen98
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Reviewed 24 February 2014

The place is really nice. I slept in the beautiful guest house, i enjoyed it very much. The road to get there is not easy but it's worth it.

Thank Captain_Africa
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