Travel Blogs from Kakum National Park, Ghana

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Crikey Mate, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

Crikey Mate

A travel blog entry by mpopowich

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After the intensity of the Cape Coast Castle, a trip to Kakum National Park was just what we needed. Kakum is less than an hour from Cape Coast and covers an area of 607 km2. It protects 40 species of mammals and its rivers provide water to 130 towns and ...

Kakum National Park, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

Kakum National Park

A travel blog entry by msting

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... that it serves as a location device when lost. To hit the trunk would resonate a sound throughout the area. Around noon, we left the park and headed to a nearby hotel - Hans Cottage Botel - for the day and night. It was a step up in luxury as it had ...

A walk in the canopy, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

A walk in the canopy

A travel blog entry by jasonrebecca

This morning we went to Kakum National Park not far from Cape Coast. There we took a guided tour of the canopy walk. This is a series of suspension walking bridges that hang above the canopy of the rain forest to allow for wildlife viewing. The bridges ...

Cape Coast Castle and Kakum National Park, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

Cape Coast Castle and Kakum National Park

A travel blog entry by msting

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... road (Yes, Gene & Charu ate 'street food' when it was specifically NOT recommended by the guidebooks), we headed north to Kakum National Park for the night. We planned to camp & this was the equivalent to luxury camping. The campsite was equipped with ...

Kakum National Park, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

Kakum National Park

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

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Got on the road for the park but managed to drive past the entrance and cover an extra 30 kms before we found out. On returning there were signs galore telling us how to get there but they only existed coming from this direction, that said we eventually ...

Rainforest Adventures!, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

Rainforest Adventures!

A travel blog entry by drbrew-gvsu

I have been looking forward to our trip today as it is a world famous tourist attraction. We headed to Kakum National Park which is a wildlife and rainforest preserve just north of Cape Coast about 25 km. The park’s main attraction is its 160 km ...

Tree Climbing !, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

Tree Climbing !

A travel blog entry by queenoftoast

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On the 31st we traveled from Takoradi to Cape Coast by Tro Tro and caught a taxi to Kakum National Park , which is approximately an hours drive away from Cape Coast. We were going to visit Kakum, National Park and it's highly frequented Canopy Tree Walk. ...

In The Mighty Jungle, The Aggies Swing Tonight, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

In The Mighty Jungle, The Aggies Swing Tonight

A travel blog entry by mays.tamu.ghana

Us early birds managed to hit the road at 6:30 am to Kakum National Park. The drive was about three hours long, but felt more like 5 hours. When we arrived at the National Park we entered the gates and prepared ourselves for the challenge of walking ...

Kakum, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

Kakum

A travel blog entry by bastiengest

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... , avec arrêt au château des esclaves d'Elmina... English entry So here we are, ready to tackle the number one tourist attraction in Ghana. Our plan to leave early felt short as we overslept a bit, and also as the breakfast just like any meal, is to be ...

The bush, Kakum national park, Ghana travel blog

The bush

A travel blog entry by danieinafrika

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Kakum NP Megatoeristisch, de hightlight is lopen over enorme hangbruggen boven de boomtoppen. Erg wiebelig. Gezellig gekletst met een groepje meiden uit Nederland, die hier al 4 maanden zijn. Je had de mogelijkheid om na de bruggen een naturewalk te doen. ...

Kakum National Park, Kakum National Park, Ghana travel blog

Kakum National Park

A travel blog entry by antonunterwegs

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  Bevor wir weiter in Richtung Kumasi fahren, besuchen wir den Kakum NP, einen Regenwald, der ca. 40 km von Cape Coast entfernt ist. Mit einem Taxi brauchen wir etwa 45 Minuten bis wir dort sind und die Fahrt ist wie immer schon Abenteuer genug. ...

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