• Tours
    U.S. Embassy Visits Bimbia Slave Port Restoration Site

    On December 18, 2012 U.S. Embassy officers traveled to Bimbia, in Cameroon’s South West Region, where they met with the Cameroon Ministry of Arts and Culture to plan the launch of a project to restore the city’s historic slave port.  After a meeting with local officials, presided over by the Limbe Senior Divisional Officer, the group traveled to the site with members of the Bimbia Preservation project team which then ………..Read More

  • Before you go Cameroon

      Unique Facts about Cameroon * The Cameroon flag has three colour which are green, red and yellow with a gold star in the middle of the red colour. * The motto: ‘peace, work, fatherland’ and in French ‘paix, travail, patrie’ * The national anthem is sang both in French and in English beginning thus ‘O, Cameroon, thou cradle of our fathers’; ‘O, Cameroun berceau de nos ancetres’ * Cameroon ………..Read More

  • Before you go Cameroon
    Cameroon Afriture.

    FASHION Cameroon Afriture. Fashion in Cameroon is not the ‘oh so’ sophisticated fashion you find in New York fashion week or on celebrity red carpets. Fashion in Cameroon is expression of culture and the African texture. In other words ‘haute culture’ but some just prefer to call it ‘Afriture’ (African Culture). Cameroon has more than two hundred traditional languages with different cultures and traditional wears-an advantage for our young and ………..Read More

  • Before you go Cameroon

    – JOUR J-1 Dimanche 04/12/2016 • Attribution des stands aux différents exposants • Animations des espaces sur le village NGUON – Jour 01 Lundi 05/12/2016 • Ouverture du site du village du NGUON au grand public • Début excursion touristique et découverte du Royaume Bamoun • Mini-Marathon Koutaba-Foumban • Sports traditionnels (lutte traditionnelle,…) • Expositions-ventes et promotions diverses • Première phase Election Miss NGUON 2016 • Danses traditionneles • Animations ………..Read More

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    Trekking The Craters Of Mount Cameroon

    A brand new walking holiday in Cameroon  Central Africa. With its immense geological and cultural diversity, Cameroon is all of Africa in miniature. Cameroon`s natural features include beaches, deserts, mountains, rainforests, and savannas while its culture embraces ancient tribal kingdoms, forest-dwelling pygmies and Muslim pastoralists. Mount Cameroon, an active volcano, is the highest peak in West and central  Africa and Central Africa rising almost out of the sea to a height of 4095 metres. ………..Read More

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    Welcome onboard to Cameroon

     Useful information to ensure that your needs onboard are fulfilled SAFETY: Your comfort and safety is important onboard. Please refer to the safety leaflet in your seat pocket. SMOKING: Prohibited on all flights. SEAT ADJUSTMENTS: The position of your seat can be adjusted by pressing the button located in the arm rest. For take-off and landing, all seats must be in the upright position ELECTRONIC DEVICES: May not be during ………..Read More

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    Healthy travel to Cameroon

                       Tips on how to reach  Cameroon   feeling fresh, relaxed and rejuvenated. Try to get a good night’s sleep before your flight, eat a light meal and take some gentle exercise before travelling. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and shoes that are not too restrictive. On longer journeys low cabin humidity can cause dry eyes, nose and throat. Drink plenty of water ………..Read More

  • Destinations
    Cameroon’s Ten RegionTourist Attractions

    Cameroon Tourist Attractions, Whether this is one of your first trips to Cameroon or not, there is no shortage of things to do and see in Cameroon. From history to art to culture to the outdoors, Cameroon attractions are plentiful Comprehensive information on Cameroon’s tourist attractions, historic monuments, sightseeing tours, outdoor activities, cultural activities,beaches,waterfalls, details are listed below. ADAMAWA REGION Regional capital: Ngaoundere Population: 681 362 inhabitants Surface area 63 70 1km2 Number of Divisions: 5 ………..Read More

  • Before you go Cameroon
    Cameroon Internal Transport

    Movements in Cameroon could be done by plane or train. There are aerodromes in Ngaoundere, Bertoua, Bafoussam and Maroua. The Transcameroonian railway which is 1500 km long crosses the country from East to West and links Douala to Ngaoundere through Yaounde. A regular bus and minibus service operates across the main towns. In Town, there are different types of taxis with different fares. Township taxi fare is CFA F 200 ………..Read More