Adventure tourism involves experiencing your destination through physically participating in activities. This can involve a variety of actions such as; hiking, snorkeling, sky diving, and much more. Therefore, adventure tourism appeals to those seeking adrenaline and thrill.

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Best Seasons:All Year Round
Popular Location:Douala, Ebolowa, Limbe

    Archaeological remains of the shum laka

    5 Days

    This is the most prominent site in the Laka Valley of northwest Cameroon. Located approximately 15 kilometers from the town of Bamenda, it resides on the inner wall of the Bafochu Mbu caldera. The rock shelter of Shum Laka, situated…

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      Ekom-Nkam Waterfalls

      1 Day

      They are such a jewel in the heart of Cameroon! This is a gorgeous waterfall on part with any in the world; they just confirmed the beauty of this country. It is particularly beautiful in the rainy season,.. in reality,…

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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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          Menchum Falls

          4 Days

          Menchum Falls is a beautiful tourist destination and has the ability to stream to all countries in the region of West Africa to produce. Menchum falls, about 20km south of Wum and 30 km north of Bafut, are impressive and a…

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            Belo Waterfall and western plains tour

            7 Days

            Bamenda, also known as Abakwa, sprawling over the north-western plateau of Cameroon, is the capital city of the North West Region. The third-ranked city of Cameroon, Bamenda is situated 366 km north-west of the administrative capital of Cameroon Belo, Boyo…

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              Banso Village Tour

              The Nso’ people migrated from Tikari in the Adamawa Region of Cameroon when there was a bloody succession after the death of Chief Tinki in 1387. The enthronement of Mveing as successor of Tinki sent all rivals to the throne…

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                Ndawara tea estate

                1 Day

                 The Ndawara Tea Estate is the largest in Cameroon with currently around 5000ha of cultivated plantation and is set high in traditional Fulani land  A guide will show you around the estate, including the factory, vast tea fields and nursery.…

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                  Belo Road and Market tour

                  3 Days

                  Experience the hustle and bustle of this busy village market. Every 8 days, traders come from across Boyo Division and further to sell their wares. These include fruit and vegetables, fish, meat, clothes, fabric, and much, much more. Accessibility &…

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                    Crater Lake Oku

                    5 Days

                    Lake Oku is a beautiful crater lake surrounded by lush forests. You can choose to either hike there and back or take a motorbike taxi there and hike the return part of the trip. Oku Forest is a nature reserved,…

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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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                          3000 years petroglyphs tour

                          5 Days

                          Bidzar is an archaeological This site is 20 km from Guider, Cameroon, featuring petroglyphs between 3000 and 300 years old. The site, currently under threat from local cement and marble manufacturing operations, is being considered for inclusion in the UNESCO…

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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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                                Korup National Park

                                The elevation of the park varies from 164 feet up to 3,540 feet (50 m – 1,079 m) at Mount Yuhan which is the tallest summit in the park.  It is fair to say the park displays a landscape of…

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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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