Discovering Ghana — November 19, 2017 at 10:15 pm

Park in a Park: Children’s Park at Kakum National Park

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Children's Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson
Children’s Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson

Blogger, Sanitation and Tourism Ambassador for Cape Coast, Ekow Simpson, on his usual travels to tourist attractions in the Central Region of Ghana visited Kakum National Park. The Park, which is one of the major tourism assets in the country now has a Children’s Park. The less publicised Children’s Park is an artificial version of the main park and a smaller canopy walkway designed for children.

As means of promoting tourism in the Central Region, Ekow has visited almost all attractions in the region while promoting them to the world on social media. He has discovered several abandoned attractions and through his live videos, many have fallen in love with the Fante language.

Read the full post below by Ekow as posted on Ekowsimpson.com :

Awesome Park to Spend the Weekend with Your Kids; The New Children’s Park at the Kakum National Park

Children's Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson
Children’s Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson

Now parents would be able to send their kids to have the best of the weekend or holidays as Kakum National Park introduces the new Children’s Park.

The beautifully created park has a lot to offer children who want to have the best experience of having fun at the most visited park in Africa.

Replica animals such as the elephant, antelope among others can be found as well as a replica Canopy walk just for the younger kids.

Children's Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson
Children’s Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson

The new Children’s Park has a playground with playing equipment like the sea-saw, Merry-Go-Round, Teeter-Totters, Metal Slides, Witch’s Hat, Metal or Wooden Swings and a lot more.

This is one major project I am embarking this year. I will be reviewing interesting landmarks such as tourist sites, hotels, guest-houses, schools, businesses and more in Cape Coast, Central Region.

Children's Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson
Children’s Park, Kakum National Park. PHOTO CREDIT: Ekow Simpson

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