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Ghana Giveaway with Immersion Journeys

Elephants in Mole National Park, Ghana
Elephants in Mole National Park, Ghana

We’re thrilled to be partnering with Immersion Journeys for our latest giveaway. The prize is a stay at the new Zaina Lodge in Mole National Park Ghana, along with a guided elephant walk and other game excursions. 

The West African country of Ghana remains seriously under the radar for most American travelers, so this is a rare opportunity to see it with Immersion Journeys, a remarkable adventure company that knows the country very well.

On safari with Zaina Lodge in Ghana
On safari with Zaina Lodge in Ghana

The Immersion Journeys Giveaway is for 2 guests (sharing) and includes:

  • 1 night in Accra at a bed & breakfast
  • 3 nights with full-board at Zaina Lodge and guided game activities in a specially equipped 4×4 safari vehicle.
  • Accra- Tamale-Accra domestic flights
  • Airport transfers in Accra and Tamale.
  • Guests will have the option of walking or driving safaris twice daily in the park.  In addition, guests can visit a local eco-village outside the park, explore a Ghanaian market, try the local beer called pito, or visit West Africa’s oldest mosque in the community of Larabanga.

Excluded are international flights, beverages, meals not indicated above, any excursions not mentioned above, tipping/ gratuity to guides, lodge and hotel staff, drivers, porters, wait staff.  Travel must be completed between Aug 1-Dec 15, 2015.  All Immersion Journeys Terms & Conditions  apply.

Enter now (and every day until April 30, 2015) for a chance to win the Immersion Journeys Giveaway

Enter for a chance to win a stay at Zaina Lodge in Ghana with Immersion Journeys for two people (sharing). By entering, you agree to opt-in for weekly emails from Everett Potter’s Travel Report and occasional emails with information on special offers, promotions and news from Immersion Journeys. To enter, you must be at least 21 years old and a legal resident of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia or Canada.
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Award winning Immersion Journeys (www.immersionjournneys.com) was built on the foundation that every traveler experiences the destination. The May 2013 issue of National Geographic Traveler mentioned their Ghana trip as on of the 50 Tours of a Lifetime. At Immersion Journeys the team members are either from one of the host nations we service or have travelled extensively and regularly to the destinations. Our emphasis is to ensure that the experience remains authentic – it should be as close to a coming home for you as it would be for us. Visit Immersion Journeys.

Entrance to Zaina Lodge, Ghana
Entrance to Zaina Lodge, Ghana

About Zaina Lodge

Zaina Lodge, situated on an escarpment inside the eastern border of the Mole National Park, offers guests an experience unique in West Africa. The Lodge combines luxurious accommodations, international-themed dining, cultural interactions with surrounding communities, and the opportunity to approach some of the park’s 400 wild African elephants and myriad other wildlife on foot. The Lodge opens in July, 2015.

The Lodge elegantly blends a safari sensibility with modern amenities. Each free-standing tented suite includes a private bath containing indoor and outdoor showers, closets and vanities, with an exterior faced in native stone harvested from the Lodge site. Each air-conditioned chalet rests on a Malian tile floor and incorporates sliding glass doors and glass windows. West-facing doors slide open to a broad, private verandah overlooking the Park and Zaina’s two waterholes. The hand-carved furniture, personal refreshments chest (replenished with ice and drinks daily by Zaina staff) and other furnishings reflect the craftsmanship of local and regional artisans. A hand-constructed thatched roof framed with sustainably raised plantation teak overarches each suite.

A room with a view at Zaina Lodge, Ghana
A room with a view at Zaina Lodge, Ghana

The main lodge design is Malian architecture in keeping with local designs and boasts one of Ghana’s largest open-air thatch roofed buildings, approximately 60 feet at its apex.  The lodge consists of three levels that descend the hillside, all designed to maximize the view of the sunset and the savannah extending to the horizon.  From the infinity pool, guests may look down on two waterholes recently constructed at the base of the escarpment to improve wildlife habitat in the park. Visit Zaina Lodge.


About Mole National Park

Mole National Park is the largest of Ghana’s seven national parks and is home to iconic African game animals including: African elephant, African savanna buffalo and leopard. Other hallmark species of the park include Hartebeest, Roan Antelope, Harness bushbuck, Waterbuck, and many monkey species.  Walking safaris are a hallmark of Mole National Park, and walking in close proximity to elephants is a safari experience unique to Mole.

Elephants in Mole National Park, Ghana
Elephants in Mole National Park, Ghana

Mole National Park is an international destination of note for birders. Approximately 350 species of birds visit or reside within it, including spectacular species such as saddle-billed storks, violet backed turacos, and red throated bee-eaters

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  1. Susan Stirling
    April 5, 2015 at 3:43 pm — Reply

    Thanks for this tremendous contest .. I already feel like a winner; discovering your travel site is amazing! A cancer survivor, I am working diligently on my bucket list and this company seems to have read it! Also, such great reviews on the internet! Congratulations!

  2. April 9, 2015 at 9:55 am — Reply

    My heart skipped a beat when I read about this safari. Seeing all the birds and elephants and other wild life is my dream come true. How wonderful.

  3. […] Win a trip for two to Ghana’s new eco lodge […]

  4. Susan Stirling
    April 21, 2015 at 11:14 pm — Reply


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