Our tour begins with pickup at your destination, then travel along to Kakum National Park, a coastal forest that’s home to hundreds of bird species, a remarkable population of forest elephants, and endangered animals that include the giant bongo antelope, Diana monkey, and yellow-backed duiker. Follow a hiking trail to the park’s 1,150-foot (350-meter) canopy walkway, a series of seven bridges linking enormous trees, and listen to the sound of tropical bird song in the surrounding forest. Throughout the walk, your guide will help explain the social, cultural, and medicinal significance of the plants and trees you see, and help spot wildlife at the edge of the trail, from there we visit Hans cottage botel, which is ideally located on a countryside, not far from the national park, on you way to cape coast. Carved out of the woods for serenity and comfort, spells out a unique environment as a choice of relaxation on your visit and also to see crocodiles. continue to Elmina slave castle, the first castle in the country built in 1482 as a Portuguese trading settlement, the 91,000 sq foot behemoth was one of the principal slave depots in the transatlantic slave trade and then to the Elmina fish market. the Cape Coast Castle, Upon arrival at the castle, start exploring with a guide, who will share the tragic history of the moving site. Cape Coast Castle is one of roughly 40 “slave castles” along West Africa’s Gold Coast, and was the final stop for some enslaved Africans on the “middle passage” trading route to the Americas. Visiting the castle, dungeons, and individual cells with a guide offers insight into the conditions that enslaved Africans faced, and into the dark history of slavery in Africa. Other interesting places in the Cape Coast such as traditional Asafo company posts, where you can see colorful shrines, a combination of the symbolic and mythical, local fishing village, local market, colonial Cemetery and forts. Choose the date that’s most convenient for you, select a time and book your tour. Don’t miss this fantastic tour to see the historical cities like never before. Book your spot right now!
We will explore Kakum rain forest. drive from cape coast through farming villages like Efutu, jukwa and abrafo. The forest in Kakum ranges from true rain forest - Moist Evergreen Forest - to seasonally dry Semi-deciduous Forest. It contains hundreds of species of herbaceous and woody plants. The forest is home to many endangered and rare mammals such as the Diana Monkey, Bongo, Yellow-backed Duiker and elephant THE CANOPY WALKWAY In March of 1995, Kakum National Park became home to the only canopy walkway on the Africa continent. The walkway provides both tourists and researchers privileged access to the rain forest's canopy. The 350 meter long bridge connects seven tree tops; it is constructed of wire rope, aluminum ladders, wooden planks and safety netting