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Kribi Kribi is a beach resort and sea port town in Cameroon, that lies on the Gulf of Guinea coast, at the mouth of the Kienke River. Kribi is a touristic destination and an exit port for natural resources from Cameroon. Due to its equatorial position, Kribi sees a short, fairly dry season and a long, very wet season. Kribi has a beautiful white sand beach surrounded by palm trees. The area is rapidly developing and has recently become something of a playground for wealthy Cameroonians and foreign tourists, with a number of hotels and resorts springing up along the cost. Nevertheless it’s a pleasant town and a good place to relax before or after a journey into the jungles of Central Africa. In Kribi you should not miss...


Limbe Cameroon's Dauville is dominated by slope of the majestic Mount Cameroon. A veritable haven of peace in the heart of a volcanic and therefore wonderful landscape, its beaches bear the marks of the volcanic activity of the region with its vast stretches of dark sand. The Limbe area is so extraordinary that its sand is even believed to have miraculous virtues ! Quite near Douala , Limb is linked to the economic capital through a succession or rubber, palm and banana plantations....

Waza National Park

Waza National Park The Waza National Park is Cameroon's most famous national park. The park is open to visitors from 15 November to 15 June. A guide is compulsory in each vehicle that enters the park. While there is no accommodation in the park, visitors can camp near the entrance, or at the tiny village of Waza, north of the park entrance. Access to the park itself might be tricky. However, visitors get a chance to observe various animals like the elephant, giraffe, ostrich, antelope, gazelle and lion. Moreover, there are a variety of birds to be observed. Lions are best observed during April....

Wum: A city in search of modernity

Wum: A city in search of modernity Wum is the chief town of the department of Menchum and the district of the same name, in the area of the North-West. The populations are primarily Grassfields Bantu (anglo-bamilk), and speak six national languages (Model, Mukuru, Okoromandjang, Befang, Bangui, Obang) specific to this department. One does not find there also a community of the Bororo nomads which ended up being turned into a sedentary population at the point to form an autonomous village on the slopes of the mountains where they are delivered to the agriculture and the breeding of the cows. One recognizes them by their fine face, their clearer dye and their slender morphology. The department of Menchun and its Wum chief town were made famous for th...

Yaounde and Around

Yaounde and Around Yaounde : City of seven hills , cut by valleys and found almost at the center of Cameroon . Yaounde was inhabited in the prehistoric times .Tools and shaped stones dating 600 thousand years were found there . In 1889 , the German built a military post on that site . In 1909 , Yaounde became the capital of the country under German colonization . The seat of instructions. Yaounde was originally inhabited by the Beti , more specifically by the Ewondos , the automatons of the place . Today , it has a cosmopolitan population . Yaounde is the seat of institutions . Touristic sites : Yaounde and environs Cathedral, National Museum ( former presidential palace ) constructed by a French architect : BEZE , it served as Fr...

West Region

West Region West Region Climate The air is constantly fresh and humid with moderate temperatures and rainfalls. A two seasons climate : A long dry season from October to May and a rainy season which runs from July to September. Touristics sites Bafoussam The Bati Pass : It constitues a terror for cyclistsand a haven for Panoramic viewers . The crater lake of Baleng , Banefo and Doupe . The cave of Ndassi Nebary : to breath in fresh air from the underwoods of Bangou . The traditional palaces of Bafoussam ; Bandjoun , Badenkop and Baleng with their great sacred huts The Bafoussam central Market . The Metchie falls , close to Bafoussam. Mbouda The falls of Tsugning and Balatchi . Mount KOSSA. The Bamendjin dam. T...


Douala Douala, or Duala, situated on the Wouri River, 24km (15 miles) from the sea, is the largest city of Cameroon. It is sometimes dubbed Armpit of Africa and we have to admit it is a sweaty place. It lacks major sights, but the Akwa district is lively enough and has quite some good African restaurants. Douala is not the capital of Cameroon, but the most significant city by its population, and by its economic role. The city was probably named after the Duala, an African ethnic group that originally settled in the area. The chief commercial centre, Douala has an airport and extensive docks, and is a terminus for two railway lines extending into the interior. Industries include the manufacture of aluminium products, beer...

The Benoue National Park

The Benoue National Park The Benoue National Park is located between Ngaoundere and Garoua and is the country's second best game reserve. The park is open from December to May - the best time to go is from January onwards, especially early in the morning. A guide in the park is compulsory....


Foumban The Royal Palace is the reason why you have come to Foumban. In the palace you will find the personal belongings of 18 royal dynasties, going all the way back to the 14th century. Anyone who thought that Africa has no history before the arrival of the Europeans should have a look here. If you want to shop a bit, Foumban has many artisan shops where you can get great deals if you take the time to haggle. ...

Far North Region

Far North Region Far North Maroua : It should remind you of the Biblical tower of Babel. The imposing height, the surrounding landscapes, the savannah safari on screes, the twilight at dusk, pictures taken at it sides remain a priceless souvenir to the tourist. The climate is Sahelian tropical type characterized by a long dry season that lasts seven months (from November to May) and short rainy season from June to September. Touristics sites Maroua : Craftsmen and blacksmith villages. Traditional practitioners, Central market, Tanners quarters, Mosques, Local beer called Pili-Pili. Yagoua : Relics of the Makaini Lamido palace at the centre of the Town, Colonial buildings, the saint Anne catholic church. SEMRY with its many...




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Cameroon @ Archaeological Remains of Shum Laka
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Cameroon @ Ring Road Tour
Discover this very important road that links all the divisional headquarters of the North -West region of Cameroon.At the end of the tour you will realize that ..

Cameroon @ Special Birdwatching
The highlands of Cameroon form one of Africa's most important Endemic Bird Areas, harbouring 25 endemic bird species (a further two are found on Bioko/Fernando ..

Cameroon @ Babungo Craft Kingdom
The Babungo have live in the Upper Nun Valley for centuries, but their museum and palace have only been open to visitors since 2006. The museum and palace are ..