I spent my Friday at the Bobiri Forest Reserve and Butterfly Sanctuary to have a better feel of the ecosystem, which I was able to grab some amazing shots for you my readers.
Bobiri Forest Reserve and Butterfly Sanctuary is an ecotourism focus in Ghana. It is one of the most excellent forests reserves in West Africa and the main butterfly sanctuary in West Africa. The forest is home to around 400 types of butterflies and to more than 100 local types of trees, some of which are more than 300 years of age.
It is situated off the Accra – Kumasi Highway at the town called Kubease, which is around 30 km (19 miles) from Kumasi. Bobiri Forest Reserve and Butterfly Sanctuary is additionally around 25 minutes’ drive from KNUST. The Forest Reserve is surrounded by six towns: Krofrom, Kubease, Ndobom, Koforidua, Nkwankwaduam, and Tsteteseakasum.
The reserve was made in 1939 and has an area of 54.65 km2 (21.10 sq mi). It is managed by the Forest Research Institute of Ghana (FORIG). It is peaceful, and a research centre which displays an arboretum, forest climbing trails, and a butterfly sanctuary. Bobiri Forest Reserve and Butterfly Sanctuary have a guest house for accommodation for tourists who will love to spend the night over, tour guides and interpretative materials are accessible.
The Forest is an undisturbed rainforest. Before the guesthouse is the butterfly sanctuary where distinctive butterfly species could be watched. The butterflies are at their best during the late morning since they don’t care for rain. Bobiri Forest Reserve and Butterfly Sanctuary are perfect for rain forest stroll through the carefully laid roads. Tourists would likewise have the chance of knowing distinctive tree species. Bobiri Forest Reserve and Butterfly Sanctuary make a cool and desirable condition which you will adore.
Here are20 amazing photos from the Natural reserve that proves it is one of the best places to visit this summer alone, with your partner, group or family. I can also help you put an amazing vacation package together by just calling me via +233555552170. On social media, just search “Xorlali Tours”.