Yet in many ways, Cameroon does have it all: white-sand beaches and tropical rain forests; savannahs overrun with the game; spectacular waterfalls and West Africa's tallest peak, the 1,400-foot Mount Cameroon; tea plantations spread over the hills like a lush, green carpet; sprawling stands of palm and forests of rubber trees.

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Best Seasons:December, March, June,
Popular Location:Douala, Kribi, 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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      Menchum Falls

      4 Days

      Menchum FallsĀ 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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          Gorges de Kola

          1 Day

          The throat of Kola is one of the main natural curiosities of the region of the North. Even if the term of throat seems a little usurped, the fact remains that this rocky passage 700 meters long on 200 meters…

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