Kalakpa Game Production Reserve is a 32,020 hectare forest reserve in Ghana.
The reserve is located in the southeastern part of the country, about 120 kilometers northeast of the capital Accra and about 30 kilometers south from the Volta Regional capital, Ho.
The protected area was founded in 1975 by the Ghanaian government, located on the foothills of the Togo Mountains. Before this area became an animal reserve, it served mainly as preferred hunting area for expatriates in Ghana.
In this animal reserve you can find, apart from lions and elephants. Among other animals there is a variety of buffaloes, antelopes, baboons and smaller mammals in the reserve. The bird world is worth seeing here. The reverse also boosts of 100s of butterfly species.