Kakum National Park is one of the largest National Parks in Ghana, sitting at an area of 375 square kilometers, i.e., 145 square miles. It has a canopy walkway, which is 350 meters, i.e., 1,150ft long, and connects seven trees that provide access to the forest. Kakum National Park is one of only three African locations with a canopy walkway.
Kakum National Park is home to 266 bird species, including the white-breasted guineafowl, hornbill, and grey parrot. The park also houses Diana monkey, yellow-backed duiker, African elephant, and giant bongo antelope.