Cameroon Tour Package for 9 Days with Local Tour Guide

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9 Days Cameroon Tour Package

1st Day: Douala – Arrival at the Douala international airport, received by our representative and then later transfer to the Hotel for dinner and night.

2nd Day: Douala – Melong – Ekom – Nkam – Dschang. Breakfast, departure for Dschang via the Ekom – Nkam waterfall in Melong, about 80 m. high that has served as a decoration in a very bound Film scenes, Tarzan. Stop over at the Ekom waterfalls, get down to where all the traditional rites are done and part take.

To get to Dshang we shall go through Melong the Mbo plain situated at about 750 m high, the said earth road goes throughout the plain to the forest valley of about 700m; a steep climb towards the plateau before getting to the town of Dschang. After picnic, takeoff back to Dschang for dinner and night in Emeraude hotel.

3rd Day: Dschang – Bamenda – Bafut – Mankon Palace – Bamenda. Pick up after breakfast and drive to Bamenda in the English speaking North West Region; upon arrival drive to Bafut which is one of the biggest and most beautiful of the Tikar chiefdoms in the North West Region and follow up their celebration rights. Visit the evil forest where the evil people where sacrificed in those days. Visit the tall stones standing on graves of people who were buried alive.

See the six hundred year old “Talking Drum”, visit the museum and watch the traditional masked Juju dances. Stop over for lunch, and then continue to discover another attraction and middle-aged architectural structure not forgetting the Mankon craft. Thanks to its museum with generally cowries-decorated wooden works of art, the Mankon handicraft show-cases the artistic genius of this population Drive back to Bamenda centre for leisure activities and then return to hotel Azam for dinner and overnight.

Travel to Bamenda

4th Day: Bamenda – Bafoussam – Foumban. Breakfast, departure to Foumban via Bafoussam visit the tiny mystical House, believed to be about 300 years old and contain all magical warfare tools used in protecting the community in times of war. And craft centers, visits the market to discover the Bamoun culture,

then drive to the Sultan’s Palace, visit the Statute of king Njoya, the Royal Palace Museum, the Central Mosque, the humanities and ancient repository ar all Testimonies of the Bamoun history. This town is known for its great cultural diversity, leisure activities, dinner and overnight in Pekassa hotel.

5th Day: Foumban – Buea – Limbe. After breakfast depart for Limbe going through the colonial rubber and banana plantations. Brief stops on the way to see some attraction such as the Mungo River, which has a lot of politico-historical significance. For example it’s one in all the boundaries between a people and French speaking components of Cameroon.

Upon arrival in Buea, visit the old German colonial governor‘s residence standing majestically at the foot of mount Cameroon, from this same port we would have a very clear view of the mountain. Continue drive to Limbe passing via the Tole tea factory. Upon arrival, check into Hotel Seme for dinner and night.

6th Day: Limbe – West Coast – Limbe. Early morning after breakfast, visit the Botanic Garden and Wildlife Centre. Climb to the outcrops of the rocks formed after the last volcanic eruption of Mount Cameroon. Visit the wettest place in West Africa, called Debunscha and proceed to Idenau. What awaits visitors there is the small but very busy port from where boats transport passengers to peninsular parts of Cameroon such as Bakassi.

Cameroon Tour with Local Tour Guide

Other attractions at Idenau embrace the fishing villages wherever you’ve got dominantly individuals from some West African countries. Have a taste of the local gastronomy made of fish, coco yams or bobolo (made out of fermented cassava). Return to Limbe for overnight at Seme Beach hotel.

7th Day: Limbe – Bimbia – Limbe. Early morning after breakfast, pick up from the hotel and depart for the Slaves route at Bimbia and visit the site of the old slave trading port where you can learn about the colonial times, where slaves were assembled for exportation to Europe and America during the slave trading period.

Continue visit to Nichol Island (site that harbored slaves prior to their journey to the new world) etc. Return later in the day to the town of Limbe. Relax and have fun at the seme beach that will provide you with smooth and pleasing feeling. Later come to the edifice for dinner and nightlong.

Travel to Limbe

8th Day: Limbe – Kribi – Pygmies Village – Lobe Falls. Have breakfast early in the morning, and then depart for Kribi, which is another coastal town in Cameroon and upon arrival continue to the pygmy’s village where you will take part in the daily life activities of the pygmies, forest people living in harmony with nature, food gathering, folklore, dancing etc.

It is conjointly a chance to get people World Health Organization endure changes however stay trustworthy to their ancestors. Later continue to the Lobe waterfalls (the only place in the world where a waterfall enters the Atlantic Ocean through a water Cascade). Have lunch along one of the most beautiful beaches in the world with fine and golden sand that will provide you with smooth and pleasing feelings. Relax and leisure activities on the beach. Return to hotel Les Gites for dinner.

9th Day: Kribi – Douala. Early morning after breakfast, brief site seeing of the city of Kribi, then takeoff for Douala. Upon arrival in Douala, have lunch and then visit the Douala seaport, the train station at Bessingue, the commercial center where you can buy souvenirs. Later drive in the evening to the Douala international airport for return flight back home. Trip ends. Thanks for your tour in Cameroon. Search more things to do for World Tours.

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