Cameroon, nestled in the lowlands of the Gulf of Guinea, extends from LakeChad to the dense forests of the Congo Basin.
Country of the central AfricanRegion, crossed by the equator, Cameroon has a sub-Sahelian climate in theNorth and tropical in the south, hence its wealth of landscapes, cultural diversityand history so special.
Bamiléké chiefdoms and undulating or hilly landscapes and fresh climate of the west, volcanicbeaches or of golden sands to the south, savannah and wildlife parks in the North, Cameroon is adestination that meets the desires of all travelers: discovery, trekking, wildlife safaris, relaxation...
In the north, the mountSiki, resembling stalagmitesfascinate the traveler withtheir lunar landscapes. Likethe shell spaces and cavehouses ... the North alsoprovides adventures anddiscovery of the numerousanimal species that live inthe Waza Park.The south with its wild ornatural beaches of Kribi,those of brown sands of Limbe, waterfalls emptyinginto the sea, calls forrelaxation, while savoringlocal dishes: roasted fish,grayfish, plantain grills andlobsters.