The Kakum Canopy Walk was in one of Ghana’s natural rain forests in the central region. This canopy walkway was one of the three walkways that Africa had. As we got to explore this natural rain forest, we walked through all 7 of the connected bridges that were 350 meters above ground. I really enjoyed this site visit because it allowed me to enjoy all Ghana’s nature and everything that it is home to. One of my favorite things about this walkway was that there were multiple bridges to cross over, rather than just one. Each bridge gave you a different view and perspective that allowed you to look over all of the natural rain forest. I also enjoyed see some of the many animals and birds in this forest. Although it is home to many other animals such as elephants and monkeys, we didn’t get to see those but I enjoyed hearing our tour guides talk about them. Throughout my journey in Ghana, we learned a lot about their natural rain forests and the issues and concerns that deforestation was having on Ghana’s society. We also learned about herbal medicine and how they relied heavily on these rain forests to make and produce a wide range of medicines to heal many common illnesses and diseases. Being able to experience one of the largest rain forests Ghana has to offer was truly inspiring and really helped me expand my knowledge on how important this was to their day-to-day living.