Exploring tourism in my homeland……

Its been a while since i posted as i have been sick. I am in a recovery stage from which i will make a post of later. So today i bring you the adventures i plan to have after full recovery.


The Kakum National Park is located in Cape Coast the southern part of Ghana, in West Africa. It protects an area of rain forest, home to endangered mammals such as forest KAKUMelephants, bongo antelopes and primates like the Diana monkey. The park is rich in butterflies and birds, including African grey parrots and horn bills. The Canopy Walkway, suspended 30 meters above the ground, provides treetop views of the forest.the main reason i want to visit here is basically because of the infamous canopy walk. I heard it was scary when you walking and it keeps swinging . There has been many videos of mostly young students who burst into tears when it starts swinging and the see the distance from the floor to them which really  is hilarious. Hopefully i dont cry when it gets to my turn so people wont make memes out of it.


The village of Nzulezo is located near the village of Beyin, roughly 90 kilometers west of Takoradi, in the Jomoro District of the Western Region of Ghana.nzulezu.jpg Nzulezo overlooks the Lake Tadane, and is entirely made up of stilts and platforms. i am fascinated with the trip with the canoe to the village and how the whole village is suspended on the lake. This is a trip am greatly looking forward to.



Mole National Park protects an area of Savannah and forest in northern Ghana. It’s home to elephants, leopards and rare birds such as the white-backed vulture.mole.jpg In the western part of the park, the Konkori Escarpment has panoramic views and overlooks waterholes where animals drink. There are waterfalls along the Kparia and Polzen rivers. To the south, Larabanga village has a centuries-old, Sudanese-style mosque. I really want to see an elephant,i have never seen one before and maybe some leopards and those panoramic views to take pictures of.


Boti falls is a twin waterfall located at Boti in Manya Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana. These twin falls are referred to as female and male. botiAm drawn to this particular waterfall due to the superstitions attached to it. I am just a curious girl. Aside the scary stories being said about it,its a beauty.




Cape Coast Castle is one of about forty “slave castles”, or large commercial forts, built on the Gold Coast of West Africa by European traders.capecoastcastleHere will be a glimpse into the history about my country. How my ancestors were slaved. I heard there are still chains they used to shackle them . I just want to see all so i tell my own story.tired of all the hearsay’s.

I look forward to all this adventure and fun i will have . I plan to visit all this places and write articles on them then i would post the remaining attractions i would like to visit after i have completed this trips. So i should say ‘bon voyage’  and ‘bon chance’to myself if no one will say it to me…, silly me!!


    1. It is beautiful hon. You should visit. The Ghanaian people are the most friendliest and will welcome you with open arms. Thanks for reading though,i appreciate it.


  1. Is funny because I’m in Ghana and haven’t been to any of these places before. smh. But the reports of beauty and fascination of these places are all fun amazing. And yes the reports of people bursting into tears are indeed hilarious. My friends tell me their sad yet funny experiences.

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    1. The fear of heights and being inches away from a possible death is enough to make them cry. but that canopy walk is safe. You should explore when you have the chance. mother nature is indeed beautiful.


    1. Thanks for reading. I wish i could take credit for the photographs but really is from the tourist attraction websites.. lol. I am yet to visit and take my own pictures.

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  2. These places look incredible! I’ve rarely traveled outside of my small state, but next year will be my first time leaving the country and I’m excited!

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    1. I am excited for you too. Do make Ghana your destination,there are lots of things to see and do. The Ghanaian people are the most friendliest in west Africa,you will love every bit of it.


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