Bunso Arboremtum

Bunso Arboremtum : It is a protected forest reserve with local trees and timber tree species introduced by the Genetic Resource Centre of Bunso. It has a range of medicinal and aromatic plants, over 100 species of birds and a wide variety of butterflies. There is a canopy walkway in the forest making it second after Kakum National Park to construct the canopy walkway facility. This is to enhance tourism in Ghana. The walkway is 280 meters long and 40ft high with 5 bridges. Located on the Bunso-Koforidua road in the East Akyem District, It is about 30 minutes drive from the Eastern Regional capital, Koforidua and about 165km from Accra and only 3km from the Bonsu junction on the Accra-Kumasi road., Interestingly the area was once a mining enclave around 1917 and later bought by some two British who built a guesthouse there in 1935 and currently serving as the residence of the Vice Chancellor of the University College of Agriculture and Environmental Studies.