[tps_title]4. Comfortable shoes[/tps_title]
This isn’t the trip to stunt on the kids. Comfort is key. Flip flops are also recommended. A lot homes in Ghana practice the idea of taking off your outside shoes, flips flops are just easy. They also make great shower shoes if you’re iffy about your feet in strange places. We also did a lot of walking and even went to Kakum National Park (you must add this to your trip) and walked across 3 death trap bridges. My sneakers definitely saved my life.