Adventure Tours Near Limbe

Close from Limbe is an off-the-beaten-track West African cultural and wildlife trip. From the lush rain forests and mountains of Cameroon’s stunning coastline you will travel to the majestic Bamenda Highlands and the remote kingdom of Esu for an authentic journey to the heart of African identity – the ancestral village community.

If you so please, add on a hike up west Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Cameroon, or a day trip to wonder at the diverse wildlife of Korup National Park.

There is plenty to do in the region, which is not far from Limbe . Firstly you will visit Limbe, a friendly fishing town with a wildlife centre. It is a sanctuary for gorillas, chimpanzees, baboons and other primates caught up in the bush meat trade.

Your Journey Begins in Limbe

Make the most of lovely Limbe. The botanical gardens, Mount Cameroon and much smaller Mount Etinde, fresh fish barbecues on Down Beach, the local daily and weekly markets… there is plenty to enjoy here.

Quick Stop in Bamenda

After a trip of a day and a half we will come to the Bamenda highlands, staying there overnight prior to travelling along the beautiful road to Esu.

Esu: Kingdom At The End Of The Road

Esu is steeped in ancient mystery, nestling the region that is believed to be where humanity first evolved. There is no through road at Esu that could eventually reach areas such as Limbe , just undulating hills, mountains and valleys that now 20,000 Esu villagers call home.

About Limbe

Limbe is a seaside city in the South-West Region of Cameroon. Limbe was founded in 1858 on the southern slopes of Mount Cameroon by the British missionary Alfred Saker. At the 2005 Census, the population was 84,223.

About Kingdom at the end of the road (Christmas trip)

The Kingdom At The End Of The Road is a 10 day trip in Cameroon. Your journey begins in the seaside town of Limbe before making your way to Esu while stopping off in Bamenda along the way. The trip is called The Kingdom At The End Of The Road because Esu is literally at the end of the road. There is no pass through Esu nor can you travel left or right of the community. The community is surrounded by rolling hills, mountains and valleys and no road from the highlands and across the lowland plain to the Nigerian border.

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