Which translates as “river bank”, mognori is a farming village relatively close to the south-eastern border of Mole National Park and is rich with the traditions of the Hanga clan.

The current residents are descendants of a Moshi hunter who settled on the Murugu land before the slave raids of the 18th century.

Here, you’ll have the opportunity to tour the village, meet families, and learn the process of making shea butter, the daily activities of this community, etc.