This is a day trip to Cape Coast 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.
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Visit Cape Coast Castle and Kakum National Park on a full-day tour from Accra that includes pickup and drop-off at your hotel. Learn about the history of slavery in Ghana as you explore the 17th-century ‘slave castle’ that’s now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, then follow hiking trails and a suspended canopy walkway through Kakum’s lush, coastal forest.