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Kakum National Park is one of seven park in Ghana and is located in the coast of the Central Region. It has a diverse species of fauna and avifauna. The park was established in 1931 by the local people to preserve the dense forest and was recognized as a national park in 1992.
Kakum national park is one of four parks in Africa with a canopy walkway. Apart from the stunning view of the lush forest, the park has a wildlife education area, lodge, restaurant, picnic area and a camping site. The Kakum river originates from the park with its tributaries meandering into neighboring villages.
Kakum National Park provides delightful natural acoustics for all nature lovers.