The mastermind behind this idea envisioned a situation where he could creatively and positively enhance natural environments through scientific and technological interventions whilst keeping the natural environment intact and attractive.
The objective is to create a hospitality brand that mimics nature and, through this, aim at bringing people and animals closer into common existence and understanding. Ultimately, this brand seeks to replicate God’s handiwork in the biblical Eden here in the serene natural valleys in the Okere District in Ghana.
Safari Valley is committed to sustainable development and respecting the local community and environment in which we operate. We have strategically planned initiatives, including our strategy to make Safari Valley energy independent (no more diesel generators!).
The solar panels, bio-digesters and the waste water recycling plants on the premises play a key role in the push for the resort to be powered completely by renewables.
The resort boasts of over 60 species of both indigenous and introduced birds making it a birdwatching destination. Indigenous species include the blue-bellied roller, African Pied Hornbill, Northern Red Bishop as well as introduced species such as the West African Crown Crane, Silver Pheasants, Emus. Mandarin Ducks etc. Indigenous mammal species include Galagoes, Genet Cats, Tree Hyrax and introduced species consists of Sable Antelopes, Llamas, Wallabies, Fallow Deer, Patagonian Maras, etc.
At Safari Valley, you will see a stunning array of wildlife during your stay, from gazelles to impalas to zebras to donkeys to antelopes to giraffes to ostriches and a lot more! Don’t be surprised or scared when you see these guys, you will definitely fall in love with their friendly nature. Their plumage is absolutely fantastic to look at. Our friendly team will be delighted to introduce you too, and arrange a feeding time that you’re welcome to attend.
“Danaus chrysippus, also known as the plain tiger, African queen, or African monarch, is a medium-sized butterfly widespread in Asia, Australia and Africa. It belongs to the Danainae subfamily of the brush-footed butterfly family Nymphalidae.”
With a total land area of 600 acres, Safari Valley Resort boasts an ambience of serenity void of noise and air pollutants. It hosts a variety of indigenous and exotic tree species, lawn cover of over 250 acres of landscape, ponds, aquariums, a natural waterfall, man-made water canal spanning over 400 meters, 26 bore holes with modern filtration and purification technology, electric transportation system throughout the resort and solar lights.
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