Canopy Walk in Kukum National Park

In Kakum National Park, Cape Coast, I paid the 30 GH (Cedis) it costs for a non-native to walk the 7 interconnected, suspended bridges to experience the beautiful tree canopies in the park. I kept expecting to see wild monkeys, elephants, or giraffe pop out of the trees–none of which did (giraffe are not native here, the elephants live farther north in Ghana, and the monkeys… well, we didn’t see any), but it was well worth it anyway.

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About Margit Boyesen

Teacher. Photographer. Traveler.

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