Kakum National Park - First, national park in Ghana

The area covers 360 km2, is covered with Tropical rainforest, drained by the headwater catchment of the Kakum River. The bird inventory confirmed 266 species in the park. Wildlife Department gazetted Kakum to be a park in 1992. The park has a long series, is surrounded by 33 villages, lies within an elevation range and is administered by the Wildlife Department of Ghana. The park area receives an annual, average rainfall of 1380 mm. The Bird Life International included the park area. The Tree House provide a close proximity, the wildlife. Kakum Forest Reserve was reclassified as a National Park. Contact Kakum National Park is a home for nature lovers. The Wildlife Division manages the reserve while GHCR.

First, national park in Ghana, Unique rainforest, Home for nature lovers

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