The Kakum National Park is an area of ​​primary importance for conservation in Ghana, it protects the plant and animal treasures of the African tropical forest and it is a paradise for birdwatchers, botanists and ecotourists.

Less than 30 kilometers North of Cape Coast you can find rare plant species in a spectacular setting, where some trees reach heights that exceed fifty meters.

The Kakum National Park is home to numerous species of mammals including elephants, monkeys, elusive bongo antelopes and over 800 species including birds, butterflies, reptiles and amphibians.
 

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Kakum National Park: African Green Pigeon - Photo Credits: Francesco Veronesi

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