Tourism in Cameroon

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Explore nature, ecosystem, agrosystem, rural tourism, urban ecology, ecological gardens.

The integration of environmental concerns into tourism development projects has led to the classification and protection of certain natural sites for scientific, ecological and tourist purposes. These include:

  • Korup National Park, home to millions of years old plant species;
  • The Dja reserve, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO;
  • Mount Cameroon, 4070 m high;
  • Mayo Rey sites with fossilized dinosaur footprints;
  • The Limbe botanical garden.
Sea tourism

The coast, the beach, the sea and the sun are undeniable attractions for tourists. Beach tourism is the most common form of tourism in the world.

With its 400 km of coastline, Cameroon offers lovers of seaside tourism the possibility of spending a dream vacation on natural beaches while admiring picturesque bays, islets and mangroves, A wonderful fall of the Lobe, which flows directly into the sea in Kribi. The seaside towns of Kribi in the south and Limbe in the southwest, are also equipped with a hotel infrastructure capable of satisfying both national and international customers.

Business and Congress tourism

The cities of Yaoundé and Douala with their world-class infrastructure (convention centers, international airports, world-class hotels) are ideal for hosting congresses attended by businessmen and officials from all over the world.

Tourism Safari Photo

Cameroon has seven national parks, the most famous of which is that of Waza located in the Far North, these parks, as well as the many reserves that are found especially in the southern part of the country have a rich animal species representative of the African fauna (elephants, lions, giraffes, panthers, buffaloes, antelopes, hippos, hyenas, gorillas, damalisques, cheetahs, etc.). Around some national parks, fourteen hunting zones are set up with more than 500 km of groomed tracks where sport hunting enthusiasts can practice between December and May, in strict compliance with the convention on the protection of endangered species.

Cultural tourism

Discover the cultural heritage of the multiple regions of Cameroon, as well as the traditions and way of life of its inhabitants.

The population of Cameroon is a mosaic of nearly 250 ethnic groups with customs that are reflected in their lifestyles.

Cultural tourism derives its richness from the diversity found in the art of living, traditional architecture, folklore, cuisine, as well as a rich colonial heritage made up of monuments and vestiges to which must be added the French and English bilingualism.

Your tourism partner

In 2012, Cameroon’s Minister of Tourism awarded this outstanding touristic enterprise the official representation status of his country regarding all travel and tourist matters for the German-speaking countries. Other West-African states, so far without a touristic representation, will follow soon.

LION TOURISTIC is connected to an extensive network of highly reliable and professional travel organisations, hosts, and tourist enterprises at the local level in the host countries. This is especially true with regard to Cameroon where all tours and trips can be booked and organised through LION TOURISTIC in Germany. The complete planning and program will be cared for and arranged, not only for persons travelling alone (for example: hunters, photographers, scientists, business men, tour operators, journalists and fishermen) but also for couples, families and whole groups (e.g. for educational tours).

Dipl. Kffr. Agnès Kah
Touristik & Hotelmanagement
Graf-Adolf-Straße 41
40210 Düsseldorf
Tel: +49.211.15829870
Portable  +49.172.5363580