Kiribi is a popular beach resort in Cameroon with miles of soft sand, locals lounging on the beach, drifting by in fishing boats or selling delicious food along the streets. Just outside this sleepy town is the fabulous Lobe Waterfalls, one of the few waterfalls in the world that falls directly into the ocean.
Waza National Park
Cameroon's most famous national park and home to elephant, giraffe, ostrich, antelope, gazelle and lion. An abundance of birdlife can also be observed within the parks 420,000+ acres.
Mount Cameroon is one of Africa's largest volcanoes and the highest peak in West Africa. The mountain rises 13,255 feet above sea level through tropical rainforest to its barren peak. Wander through the misty forests to find the perfect view of the mountain or for the more adventurous, strap on the hiking boots and venture along some of the hiking routes towards the top of this massive mountain.
Located in the far north of the country, Rhumsiki is a small village in the Mandara Mountains. The area features spectacular scenery with rolling hills and massive basalt outcroppings and ancient volcanic plugs rising thousands of feet into the air. Wander through small villages and watch craftspeople such as weavers, potters, blacksmiths and dancers practice their art.