Wonderful walks on the rope bridges high over the forest. Unusuel sight of nature from above. Easy to reach with a short steep path
About Kakum National Park
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It's my 3rd or 4th visit, and I want to come again. If you like nature, it's a great place to visit. Lots of fun, not too many animals, if at all.
It was a pleasant experience with friendly staff view, awesome views of the forest but I expected more. We basically walked, 30min later all was done and expected something longer. The guy that takes the photos charge for the hard & soft copy.
Our group was attracted by the Canopy Walk. We bought our ticket for the Walk and decided to wait until after the Walk to decide on the additional tour. Personally, I was disappointed with the Canopy Walk. There are 7 separate suspension bridges on the...More
The entrance, 50 cedis (10€) I think it is a bit high for what it offers: 1h trek, including the 30min through the suspension bridges (Canopy Walk). I was also disappointed since they dont open til 9am when in many websites they say you can...More
Arrived shortly before they opened at 6am. I was told to wait three hours until a guide showed up at 9am. I did not have time to do that. I walked in and enjoyed an amazing view of the forest with the canopy walkway. After...More
Kakum national park is 40 minutes from cape coast. The atmosphere is calm and the greenery is beautiful. There are panic area at the park, b&b and hiking trails. The canopy work is pretty awesome. You get to walk on the ropes+wooden planks above the...More
We did the Canopy walk in the Kakum National Park in the beginning of September 2017. In total we werent completlz happy with the tour, but it was nice to see the Rainforest. To get to the place zou can calculate at least around 120...More
The canopy walk is the primary reason to visit the park. Some people might be intimidated by the height and the fear of falling, but that is highly unlikely to become reality. There are protective nets on both sides of the “path,” so someone would...More