Kakum National Park, Ghana

Kakum National Park, Ghana

Kakum National Park has a long series of hanging bridges at the forest canopy level known as the “Canopy Walkway.” At 40 m (130 ft) height, the visitor can approach the plants and animals from a vantage point that would otherwise be inaccessible to people. The Canopy Walkway passes over 7 bridges and runs over a length of 330 m (1,080 ft). It’s really REALLY fun to walk pass all the canopy while hearing school kids screaming at the back…well, I went there during a SUNDAY, that’s why:P

kakum national park, ghana
I was told there’s leopard, monkey, wild cats and Elephants over there….but none of my friend ever see them…through out several years!!! DO NOT ASK ME WHY:P It’s a waste of time to ask while you are in West Africa!

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If you are NOT afraid of height, this is the place for you to have fun and feel the nature:)

kakum national park ghana
kakum national park
kakum, ghana

After that, you can visit Han’s cottage nearby for a drink. They have crocodiles at the ponds so you can watch crocodiles fighting from time to time while you are there:)

hans's cottage, ghana
crocodile pond in cape coast-ghana

The cottage’s setting is beautiful but don’t carry high expectation while you are traveling around Ghana:P. To me, it’s not well polished for tourism at all! Cheers:)

han's cottage at ghana

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  1. How cool is that??? it must have been breath taking!!
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  2. Sounds and looks awesome! Have a great time Tammy!
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  3. wow, here comes Ghana, very close to my motherland am finding these pictures very interesting!!! lol i know there are always loads of monkeys lol but ve never heard of leopard skin monkeys lmfao, u never knw there might be one standing nxt to u right now tammy. happy new year lurv. miss u loads.

  4. wow, here comes Ghana, very close to my motherland am finding these pictures very interesting!!! lol i know there are always loads of monkeys lol but ve never heard of leopard skin monkeys lmfao, u never knw there might be one standing nxt to u right now tammy. happy new year lurv. miss u loads.
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  5. Omg I wanna see crocodiles fight while I sip tea too lol and even though I’m afraid of heights I still want to walk those bridges ( I enjoy adrenaline)
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  6. How cool Tammy! I wont be afraid and I’d love to walk there:P the first pic is very cute! kisses dear and take care! miss u!:*

  7. Dearest Tammy,
    That rope bridge was at quite a height! Funny the way you mention it is not polished (yet) for tourism… We used to have a student from Ghana stay at our practical training college for mushroom growing in The Netherlands. My husband founded it and we got interesting students from around the world. Enjoy your time; never dull or boring even if it is not five star all the time!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

  8. Looks like an amazing place. Great photos!

    Sylvia

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  9. Hi my dearest Tammy, how are you doing? I’ve missed you, wow, I see you’re onto Ghana now, you make me want to see more of my continent with your fantastic adventures and scenic pics.

  10. Indiana Jones Tammy ! Love it ! too bad i would be afraid !
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  11. wow amazing it must have been so thrilling!

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  12. Wonderful place !! I want to make this experience !! 🙂
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