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Take on the "Chariot of the Gods" Mount Cameroon, an active volcano dominates with its majesty the entire coastal region. The “Chariot of the Gods”. As would have been called,according to legend, Hanno the Carthaginian is the highest peak in the country. With its 4100 m has survived a flora dating from the quaternary. You can practice trekking, excursions and hikes thanks to the chalet’s refuges arranged all along the course of the eastern tip of the mountain. The ascent to the summit of 4100 m is both fascinating

Located on the border of Chad, Boubandjida National Park covers 220,000 hectares. It is the most beautiful and the wildest in Cameroon. With its magnificent setting and its rich and varied fauna, BOUBANDJIDA is the stronghold of the black rhinoceros and the Derby elk or horse-antelope, the most beautiful and largest of the antelopes (the male can weigh up to a ton) all both endangered. Whose fauna is composed of : Elands de Derby, Cobb de Buffons; Grimm's duikers, hippopotamuses, hypotraques, waterbucks, lions, monkeys of the baboon family,

Situated in the south of Cameroon and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987, the Dja reserve covers an area of 5260 km2, where more than 1500 plant species have been counted. As for the fauna, there are more than 107 mammals and 320 species of birds scattered in and around the reserve, including elephants, gorillas and chimpanzees. Ideal for eco-tourism lovers. In the Dja biodiversity reserve, you will live a unique experience in the company of pygmies, the first inhabitants of the equatorial forest, who

Safari In the Lobéké National Park "Kingdom of the Gorillas" . Located in the East Cameroon province, Lobéké National Park, which is part of the Congo Basin, is located in the extreme south-east of Cameroon. It covers an area of 217,854 ha. Created on March 19, 2001, the management of the Park is part of the cross-border conservation initiative, known as the Tri-national de la Sangha (TNS). It is a priority biodiversity conservation landscape which includes, in addition to the Lobéké National Park, the protected areas of Dzangha-Sangha (CAR) and

“Architecture, culture, traditions, waterfalls & beach” The western and north western provinces are among the key areas of Cameroonian cultural tourism. Known for their chiefdoms, the most famous of which are Bandjoun, Batouffam, Bapa and Bafoussam. The visit of the chiefdoms will be an opportunity to discover palaces, huts, Bamileke art and crafts. Foumban, the capital of the Bamoun sultanate, is another testimony to the Cameroon of traditions. For culture lovers, the city is agold mine, with its palace, its museum of arts and traditions, its artisans and its markets.

Expedition to the Biodiversity Reserve of DJA « Ecotourism - Culture - Nature - Meeting the populations » Located in the south of Cameroon and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987, the DJA reserve covers an area of 5260 km2 and has more than 1500 plant species. As for the fauna, it counts more than 107 mammals and 320 species of birds scattered inside and around the reserve. This fauna includes elephants, gorillas and chimpanzees. Ideal for eco tourism lovers. In the Dja Biodiversity Reserve, you

Trekking, walking and discovery on the Atlantika mountains Best place for Cameroon tourism, Rhumsiki is situated in an extraterrestrial landscape created by volcanic dykes. These gigantic lava peaks come from the volcano and cover the earth’s surface as if the earth’s vault was split open! In the horizon, you will discover the chain of Mandara Mountains: dreamlike vision. During these few days of trekking, discovery of the Koma tribes- from village to village and mountain to mountain (between 1400 and 1700 m) through enchanting landscapes; discovering lifestyles, beliefs

Safari at Dzanga Sangha National Park 10 days/ 9 nights The Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas (APDS) are internationally known for the beauty of their rainforest and the remarkable animal diversity they contain. Western lowland gorillas, forest elephants, bongos, buffaloes as well as a multitude of bird species are for example easily observable. The local culture is very rich, in particular through the centuries-old traditions perpetuated by the Sangha-Sangha fishing groups and the pygmy hunter-gatherers Ba'aka. In parallel with the efforts made in terms of biodiversity conservation and support for the development of

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