Early morning departure to the coast of Ghana, visiting the Cape Coast Castle. Tour the historic Cape Coast Castle built by the British in 1665. Proceed to the Kakum National Park and walk on the suspended bridges. Hike in the virgin forest and learn about the medicinal and spiritual value of the various trees in the forest. Return to Accra
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This is a day trip to Cape Coast Castle and Kakum National Park. The castle is a UNESCO World Heritage site built by the British in 1665 and serves as a commemorating sad history inflicted on Africa and Ghana in particular. Walk on the suspended bridges at Kakum National Park and hike in the virgin forest and learn about the medicinal and spiritual importance of trees. For African Americans, one gets the opportunity to have a door of no return ceremony which is very emotional and is intended to welcome you home. This is one of the most popular day trips in Ghana which is very informative and one gets to also enjoy the breeze at the beach of Cape Coast.