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Cape Coast is a historic coastal city located in the Central Region of Ghana, West Africa. It is known for its rich cultural heritage, stunning beaches, and significant historical landmarks. Cape Coast was a major center for the transatlantic slave trade during the colonial era, and its history is deeply intertwined with the slave trade.

Overall, Cape Coast is a city with a complex and compelling history, natural beauty, and a unique blend of cultural experiences, making it a fascinating destination for travelers interested in history, culture, and outdoor adventures.

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Day 1

Date : October 13, 2023

Time : 7:00 am

Cape Coast and Elmina Castle

Cape Coast Castle: This iconic fortress, built by the British in the 17th century, served as a key hub for the slave trade. It now stands as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and museum, offering visitors a somber but educational experience about the dark history of the transatlantic slave trade.

Elmina Castle, also known as St. George's Castle, is a historic fortress located in the coastal town of Elmina in the Central Region of Ghana, West Africa. It is one of the most well-known and significant landmarks associated with the transatlantic slave trade. Here is a brief description of Elmina Castle

Day 2

Date : October 14, 2023

Time : 10:00 am

Hans Cottage Botel and Effutu Mampong Ostrich Farm

Tourist to the region, specifically Cape Coast will get the opportunity viewing crocodile at Hans Cottage Botel located along the Cape Coast Kakum National Park road.

Ostrich Farm is located at Effutu Mampong about fourteen kilometers from Cape Coast on the Kakum National Park road. The ostrich is the world’s largest living bird belonging to the small order of birds known as Ratitae or running birds. The Ostrich can live up to between 30-70 years.

Day 3

Date : October 15, 2023

Time : 6:00 am

Kakum Nation Park

Kakum National Park is one of the popular National Parks in Ghana characterised by its moist evergreen rainforest, the 375 sq.km National Park is situated about 30km north of Cape Coast, the Central Regional Capital and about 170km from Accra.

Kakum National Park is endowed with different and rare species of wildlife including 40 species of mammals, over 500 species of butterflies and a wide array of birds. Some of the species include the endangered monameekat, civet cats, yellow backed duiker, red river hog, pygmy elephants, buffalo, leopard, bongo, bee-eater and hornbills.

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