- • Bird Watching
- • Tree Tops at 30 m (100 ft) height
• Diana Monkey's
- • Butterflies
- • Frazer-Eagle Owl
- • Senegal parrots
- • Giant Bongo Antelope
- • Yellow-Backed Duiker
- • African Elephant
Kakum National Park is a home for nature lovers. Trained guides are on hand to explain the economic, cultural, and medicinal values of plants and farming. Fifteen kilometers from Cape Coast is the serene, golden beach of Brenu Akyinim, a 3-kilometer stretch of sandy beach which provides an excellent site for swimming, sun bathing, and bird watching.
Kakum National Park Ghana also has a Canopy Walkway over 7 bridges & Tree Tops at 30 m (100 ft) height.
Counted in the park are seven primate species including the Diana monkey, more than 500 species of butterflies and about 250 species of birds including five horn bill species, the Frazer-eagle owl, and the African grey and Senegal parrots.The most notable endangered species of fauna in the park are Diana monkey, giant bongo antelope, yellow-backed duiker and African elephant.