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    Col Of Koza Tour

    8 Days

    On Col Koza, a mountain pass situated on eleven hundred meters, you have a magnificent view of the surroundings. On the artfully landscaped terraces grow the Mafa, the ethnic group in this region, millet (type of maize). The villages full…

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      Nkolandom prehistoric site

      1 Day

      Nkolandom is located in the Southern part of Cameroon at 18 km from Ebolowa on the road Ebolowa town called Nkolandom, Ambam passing by Mekomo and spreads over 2km. The road winding through Mvila hills and valleys leads to the small…

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        Handicraft center Bali Nyonga

        Bali Nyongais situated about 20 km from Bamenda and is known for its cool and pleasant climate. The Handicraft Center is a well know tourist destination where the visitors can see how the beautiful crafts are being done by our…

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          Mount Oku tour

          3 Days

          At 3,011 m, Mount Oku is the second-highest mountain in West Africa, after Mount Cameroon. The site, also known as Kilum–Ijim, is a proposed Community Forest Reserve. The enclosed area of 20,000 ha, about half of which is montane forest,…

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            Ebogo Ecotouristic Site

            Because we know Yaoundé is not enough, We will move some km first to the Ekali village in order to see all the handmade creations done by the people there. We cross Mbalmayo and make a quick stop, then your eyes…

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              Dschang and the Chief’s Palace

              4 Days

              From the exciting and cosmopolitan city of Yaoundé in Central Africa, you will have the opportunity to explore more of Cameroon’s history, culture, and daily life. For those who do not have a lot of time but would be interested in a short trek…

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                Museum of Foumban

                Situated in the West Region, we couldn’t have left this region without stopping at Foumban to visit its palace and museum. Waking early the next morning in Bafoussam we drove to Foumban to see the great works of King Njoya,…

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                  Waza National Park

                  The floodplain that makes up much of the national park floods seasonally.  Although the primary park is fairly flat, the elevation does change from 980 feet (300 m) to 1,600 feet (500 m).  The Chad depression was originally a lake…

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