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Four villagers are walking a dirt road from the headquarters of the Mole National Park to Larabanga village in Northern Ghana. Mole National Park is a major touristic destination in Ghana. Although it protects regular savanna environment with elephants and wild cats, it is permitted here to organize walking safari with a ranger (in most national parks in Africa only car safaris are permitted). The headquarters inside the park runs a hotel and a campground for tourists and it is attached to a village, which is inhabited by families of park workers. People regularly commute to the nearby villages outside the park on food, bicycles, motorcycles, rare buses and private cars.