Welcome to Kakum National Park

Kakum Conservation Area is a wildlife protected area located in the Central Region of the Republic of Ghana, West Africa. It is approximately 35km north of Cape Coast, the regional capital. The conservation area which covers 360km consists of Kakum National Park and Assin Attandanso Resource Reserve.

The area falls within Assin South and Twifo Lower Denkyira Districts and traditionally under the Twifo, Assin, Denkyira and Fanti (Abakrampa) people of the Central Region. Subsistence and commercial types of agriculture are the predominant activities in the communities surrounding the two reserves.The area is home to a wide variety of plant and animal species and the world famous Kakum Canopy Walkway.

 

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Canopy Walkway

Experience the thrill and reward your emotions on a seven bridge canopy walk that is suspended 30m above ground.

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Nature Walk/Hiking

It's a great way to soothe your mind. An ideal place lets you appreciate nature's tranquility and subtle gifts while still getting some exercise with our trained guides

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Children's Park

The scene above is just the tip of the iceberg. It's an excellent place for every kid to experience, at least once in a lifetime.

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Animal Viewing

Observe animals in their natural habitats in both the primary and secondary rain forest.

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Bird Watching

For the bird lovers, there is no better place to watch different amazing species of birds than Kakum National park.

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Tree House

Experience a night in a tree house at Kakum Rainforest, take an early morning hike for the opportunity to see some animals.

Facilities

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Souvenir Shops

Our souvenir shop has a constantly evolving range of colorful fabrics, ceramics, stationary, historic books, etc.

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Restaurant

Whether you are craving for a traditional meal or a continental dish, kakum restaurant is the number place to be.

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Reception

Experience a truly Ghanaian hospitality at our visitors center. Our receptionists share smiles at no cost.