Cape Coast Expedition
Effective 1st January 2023
Category Ghanaians (GHS), Non-Ghanaians (GHS)
Adults – 35 , 100
Tertiary Students – 20 , 70
SHS Students – 8 , 70
Pupil (Child, Basic, JHS)- 6 50
The Kakum National park has a very long series of hanging bridges known as the Kakum Canopy Walkway at the forest canopy level to provide access to the forest, which is a unique feature in the entire African continent. At 40 m (130 ft) height, visitors can approach the limits and view plants and animals from a vantage point that would otherwise be inaccessible to people.
The canopy walkway passes over 7 bridges and runs over a length of 330 m (1,080 ft). Some of the tree canopies are more than 50 metres (160 ft) in height.
Built with wire rope, aluminium ladders, wooden planks, it is secured by a series of netting for safety purposes. An additional viewing platform that allow visitors to climb into the canopy without braving the canopy walkway.
Many people cry, at this point. You must be prepared to have the walk.
Nature Walk/Hiking ( Minimum of one hour )
Category, Ghanaians (GHS) , Non-Ghanaians (GHS)
Adults – 30 , 70
Tertiary Students – 15 , 50
SHS Students – 7 , 50
Pupil (Child, Basic, JHS)- 5, 30
Extra Hour for Hiking GHS 15.00
Category Ghanaians (GHS) Non-Ghanaians (GHS)
Day one – 60 150
Day two – 80 260
Day three -110 400
Extra Hour for birdwatching is GHS 15.00
Camping and Treehouse
Category Adults (GHS) Children (GHS)
Treehouse 200 150
Camp Site 100 80
seekersnewsgh The Park can now boast of a Tree House which sits about 20metres from the forest floor in the trees in the Secondary Forest.
The Treehouse can accommodate about 25 people and provides an adventurous opportunity for campers to especially at night experience forest life. Due to the thickness of the rainforest, a number of the fauna (genets, leopards, etc.) are active in the night searching for prey to feed on.
The Tree House thus provide a close proximity to the wildlife of Kakum.
A trained Tour Guide is always on hand to take campers on the night hikes as well as sharing Folklore of the Kakum Forest by a bonfire. It is an intriguing adventure.
Commercial Photography GHS 400
Commercial Videography GHS 1,000
Recreational Park Events GHS 500.00
Conference Room GHS 300
Working Hours 8:00AM to 4:00 PM
All tour Are guided with no exception
You must wear sneakers or Boots for all tour
Students must show their students IDs to enjoy students rates
For early entry or late entry, special arrangements must be made.
Mandatory Entry /utility Fee GHS 5.00 per person, Grants access to use of visitor center and exhibition Hall.
Kakum National Park, located in the coastal environs of the Central Region of Ghana, covers an area of 375 square kilometres (145 sq mi).