Established in 1932, this national park is the perfect tourist spot for nature lovers. The park is made up primarily of preserved rainforest, though fifteen kilometers from Cape Coast, there is a beautiful beach, Brenu Akyinim. The beach provides opportunities for swimming, sun-bathing, and experiencing the local plants and animals. Trained guides are available at the park to educate visitors about the economic, cultural, and medicinal values of rainforest plants and local farming. For a small charge, you can even get a birds-eye view of the rainforest on the park’s canopy walk, which consists of seven 30 meter tall suspended bridges. Though the bridges have a natural look to them, they are actually quite sturdy and safe for tourists. Note that the park charges a fee for taking photographs or videos in the park.