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Basilica of Mary Queen of Apostles

The origins date back to February 13, 1901 when Catholic missionaries (the Pallotines) set foot on the soil of Mfoundi for the first time. Among them were Father Heinrich Vieter, Brother Jean Jager and several others from Germany. Arriving in…

Marche des Fleurs

The Marche des Fleurs is definitely worth stopping at. Street side flower vendors sell a variety of cut flowers and arrangements. Less hectic than the adjacent Marche Artisanal which probably has more tourist appeal. Haggle fiercely if you do go…

Bandjoun Art Station Cameroon

Bandjoun Station Museum Cameroon of African Art is located in the midst of Bamiléké county, Approximately 270kms from Douala and Yaoundé − near the town of Bafoussam − the space rests on the high plateaus of West Cameroon, at an altitude of…

Limbe Botanic Garden

The Limbe Botanic Garden was founded by a group of Germans under the Directorship of Paul Preus in 1892. It served as a trials and acclimatization centre for the introduction of exotic crop species such as coffee, cocoa, rubber, oil…

Kumbo Cathedral

The Catholic Diocese of Kumbo (Latin: Dioecesis Kumboensis) in the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda, Cameroon, was erected by Pope St John Paul II on Thursday, 18 March 1982, with territory taken from the then Diocese (now Archdiocese) of Bamenda. It…

Wisdom City Yaoundé

Wisdom City Yaoundé is a project whose investment, construction and management are exclusively under the responsibility of CORECAM. It is located at the southern end of Boulevard du 20 Mai (considered the main parade road in Cameroon) which stretches for…

Île De Manoka

Discovering Manoka Island: Manoka Island is a place steeped in stories that are very little known to the general public. It is one of the tourist wonders of Cameroon with an ecosystem impressive in its diversity. The visit is definitely…

Bakossi Forest Reserve

Created by Prime Ministerial Decree N° 2007/1459/PM of 28 November 2007, the Bakossi National Park covers a surface area of 29,320 ha, and straddles 3 sub-divisions (Bangem, Tombel and Nguti) of the Kupe-Muanenguba Division, South West Region. It is the…