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. This great new Africa trekking holiday aims to climb Mount Cameroon as well as exploring some of the best areas of this scenically diverse country. Starting from the town of Buea at the foot of Mount Cameroon, we trek from tropical forest to the world of craters and steaming fumaroles of Mount Cameroon`s summit plateau. To ensure good acclimatisation we will spend a day hiking on the plateau, exploring this other-worldly landscape prior to our ascent of Mount Cameroon. Following the climb of the mountain we return to Buea and then enjoy three days exploring the Western Cameroon Region of Upper Nkam meeting the fascinating Bamileke tribe and hiking into the mountains of Manengouba, famous for their two crater lakes. This superb trekking holiday in an exciting new adventure travel destination will surely appeal to those looking for ‘the road less travelled’.

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