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Not so much for the animals here. Plenty of baboons in the reception area and they are friendly enough to get close to people. Harmless though. A few zebras and ostrich doesn’t entice much.
Best to have your own 4x4. A guide will follow you...More
I saw a lot of baboons near the entrance places than other places in Shai Hills resource reserve,.the baboons are timid ,not mischevious to go and snatch yr sunglasses etc.the saving grace was the trek and the beautiful sights that you can see after climbing...More
Very bad experience. they collected my money, knowing that we can not go into the tour because of the rain. when i asked for refund they refused to pay me back, the staff is not helpful and they lack the adequate manners to deal with...More
Compared to my visit there a couple of years back, the facility is appreciating in growth but still have more to do. With the introduction of some zebras, its adds a bit of life to the experience here. Proximity to the capital also makes it...More
Total waste of money, there were more baboons on the road outside. Couple of zebras, one of which looked very sick. Saw a few antelope from a long way away. Climbed to the supposed royal palace, waste of time. Tour guide was a joke, he...More
Pleasant scenery, nothing else. Six zebras kept in a large fenced compound. One lonely ostrich in another fenced area. Some baboons looking for lunch in the same way they do on the main road. Good views from the rocky outcrop but that was it. Keep...More
I had a great experience driving to the sites with my brother and a guide and hiking a little to the hill tops. Amazing views, beautiful animals and fresh air. It's unpolluted and very natural place although more work needs to be done to upgrade...More
We were a little doubtful about this place. From Accra is a bit far (tro tro from madina to achiaman, then another one to Doryamu, dropping at shai hills). We paid 70 cedis for 3 hours of guided tour (I strongly suggest not to take...More
The hills and terrain of Shai Hills is a wonderful glimpse into "natural" Africa. Much tribal history is associated with this area, and one can explore much of that while here. The reserved is breeding ostriches and zebras, which are kept in fenced areas. The...More
Shai hills is good if you want to see some nature but you don't really want to hike.
There are a lot of monkeys right when you enter and than you begin a driven tour.
1. The driver is just a taxi driver they catch-...More