Ankasa Travel Guide

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Ankasa Things to Do

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    by Wafro Updated Sep 8, 2005

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    When you’re interested in the everyday life of the local people, you should visit at small scale forest farm, with there inhabitants.
    Coffee, cacao, peppers, …they cultivate almost everything.

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Ankasa Restaurants

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    by Wafro Written Jul 3, 2005

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    You can buy coconuts in the small villages along the road.
    They’re cheap, good and you don’t have conservation problems.

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Ankasa Transportation

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    by Wafro Written Feb 1, 2006

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    The fastest way to transfer yourself inside the park is walking and it is also the only way to move fast in the thick undergrowth.
    You can say you'll cover 2 km/hour.

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Ankasa Warnings and Dangers

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    by Wafro Written Jul 3, 2005

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    Don’t forget to buy you food before you enter the National Park.
    You can use a communal kitchen, but there is no shop to buy your food supplies.
    In the small villages around the park you can buy fruits, coconuts and vegetables.

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Ankasa Off The Beaten Path

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    by Wafro Written Jan 29, 2006

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    In Ankasa national park you can find several different forest types.
    -Primary forests
    -Swamp forests
    -Bamboo forests
    Most of the bamboo forests you'll find in very wet areas or in the proximity of a river.
    The bamboo can take breathtaking heights and will give a spectacular scenery.
    Enjoy it.

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    by Wafro Written Jul 2, 2005

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    You can arrange trekkings inside the rainforest and if your feet don’t became wet, you’ll soon know why they named it rainforest.
    When you’re lucky you’ll spot a lot of wildlife and you’ll incrase the chances if you stay long enough.

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    • Backpacking
    • Jungle and Rain Forest

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    by Wafro Updated Jan 29, 2006

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    Favorite thing: Inside the national park you can find several herds of elephants migrating into the Ivory Coast and back into Ghana.
    They say there are 200 elephants left, but I doubt it.
    At the main entrance you'll find the remains of a forest elephant and you'll see he is remarkably smaller than its cousin at the savannahs

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