Cape Coast has become one of Ghana’s most attractive tourism zones with a number of man-made sites and natural reserves and lots of historical locations and artifacts to learn from, hence the need to put before you tourist sites in Cape Coast.
Over the years, the city of Cape Coast has recorded an influx of tourists both domestic and foreign at a number of places especially Kakum National Park and the castles built by the colonial masters.
For travelers, there is the need to research and know which places are available in Cape Coast for a tour and how appealing these places can be to visitors who venture into visiting such places.
This article compiles a list of some must-visit places in Cape Coast and as well summarizes what visitors are going in for when they eventually visit.
Tourist Sites In Cape Coast
Try visiting the Kakum National Park
The park is reserved naturally and is blessed with lots of beautiful animals including wild ones. For those who are interested in seeing colorful butterflies, this is the best place to be.
Kakum has a canopy walkway that is strategically placed 40 meters up in the giant trees of the park. A view from which you can see clearly the animals in the forest. This park also has a treehouse that can accommodate up to 20 people at a time for campers in order to shield them away from wild animals at night.
You must also consider the Cape Coast Castle
The Cape Coast Castle is a colonial remain and has since then become a tourist attraction for many fun lovers, and travelers including researchers who are looking forward to writing about colonialism among others. The site helps one understand at first hand what exactly the slave trade was about as there are well-trained tour guides on site.
You may also visit the International Stingless Bee Centre
Bees are often wild animals but one must also know that bees that do not sting exist and one of such can be found in Cape Coast at the International Stingless Bee Centre. These bees are kept in the open park just in the presence of humans but won’t strike as the other wild ones would.
Not saying this is all but let’s look at Monkey Forest Resort as the last in this write-up.
This is a monkey sanctuary situated on the road to Kakum, run by a Dutchman and his Ghanaian assistant! The area possesses the strength of very beautiful and entertaining monkies that any fun lover must visit. It also teaches different breeds of monkies that one can rarely read about online or in books.