Integrated into the Congo basin, the Lobéké national park is located at the extreme south-east of Cameroon. It covers an area of 217,854 hectares and is adjacent to two other national parks in the Central African Republic (Dzanng-sangha national park) and the Republic of Congo (parc national de Nouabale ndoki) with which it forms the tri-national (TNS), cross-border conservation initiative of biodiversity and UNESCO world heritage.
In Lobéké national park, there are continuously small “bai” or forest clearings that attract a large variety of fauna with large mammals (gorillas, chimpanzees, elephants, buffaloes, and antelopes). The Lobéké has a rich and varied biodiversity in plant and wildlife resources as there are 45 mammals species, 305birds species, 18 reptiles species, 16 amphibians species, 134 fishes species, 215 butterflies species, 764 plant species belonging to 102 families which have been identified.
Accommodation as indicated in program
Breakfasts lunches and dinners
Entrance Fees and all visits includes in program
Professional tour guide
4 WD vehicle, toll gates, Fuel and a driver/guide
Travel/medical/cancellation insurance (required)
Meals and drinks unless mentioned
Personal items such as souvenirs, sunscreen, insect repellent, first aid etc
This is one of the highlights of Central Africa, and among the best spots in Cam for cameras!