ATTRACTIONS in Cameroon

South Region

The beach at Kribi
The Baka Forest dwellers

Reflecting Cameroon as a whole, the South Region is a complete destination in itself. The tropical forest, a superb zone of agro- and ecotourism, covers the area like an enormous blanket of vegetation and offers visitors the possibility of meeting pygmies, the original inhabitants of the forest. There are numerous rivers, some larger than others, reinforcing the humid climate of this region and featuring spectacular waterfalls and cascades in places, like those in Lobé and Memve’ele.

Beach holidays are encouraged by the 150km or so of white sandy beaches along the Atlantic coastline. If you choose to visit the South Region, you will discover the remains and monuments of the first missionaries and the history of the colonisation of our country, especially in Kribi and Campo. Also to be admired is the splendour of the natural forest in the Dja reserve, justifiably declared one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Facebook
Facebook
YouTube
YouTube
LinkedIn
Instagram