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"People can accompany you to the bridgeBut you wander that bridge alone" (-African Proverb) scanning this quote made me think about my Kakum National Park experience. I had distinct elements of my own bridge-crossing. One thing I learnt from that experience is the fact that it does not matter who comes with one or that helps you once you cross, in the very long term, you'll walk that bridge alone. Ghana on its own is a culturally diverse nation. For many of us, Accra is all we all know about Ghana. We're clueless about what lies beyond the borders of Greater Accra Region and we're oddly incurious about it. This country is built with all the beauty of character. It owns abundant all-natural resources that sadly people do not take the initiative to love. The Central part of Ghana has one of the most gorgeous landscapes and tourist attractions which range from castles to forts, beaches to parks, and so forth. This past Year, I visited to Kakum National Park, located in the coastal environs of the Central Region. The park is 350 metres long and joins seven tree tops that provide access to the forest. GoTravelGhana stated, "The canopy walkway is about 360 meter in length and 40 meter elevated above the ground. It's six wooden systems where it's possible for you to stop and observe the authentic moist evergreen volcano" In Ghana, the State Department of Wildlife is responsible for Wildlife preservation in Ghana. Kakum National Park includes its uniqueness. One of its uniqueness is located at the simple fact that this park was created at the initiative of the regional people and not by the State Department of Wildlife. As a teenager, I am most interested about that. I believe that it's vital for a community in the event the regional people stand independently and build it. It will be for...