Adventure Tours Near Obanliku
Close from Obanliku 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.
You can add on expeditions to the main trip, such as climbing the dizzy heights of Mount Cameroon, or visiting the 1260 sq. km Korup National Park, with it’s hugely diverse and rare wildlife.
See how different the area is from places such as Obanliku as you get to know Limbe. A lovely, warmly inviting fishing town it has the Wildlife Centre which cares for chimps, gorillas, drill monkeys, baboons and other primates sometimes otherwise killed for bush meat.
Your Journey Begins in Limbe
You can also enjoy a wealth of other experiences. Visit the botanic gardens, relax on the beautiful equatorial forest beaches, climb Etinde in a day, do a 3-day climb up Mount Cameroon, visit the crater lake and the last volcanic flow, BBQ fish on Down Beach and visit the markets.
Quick Stop in Bamenda
We will then journey for 1.5 days to reach the Bamenda highlands. We stay there overnight, then go onto Esu the next day, along the ring road with its amazing natural scenery.
Esu: Kingdom At The End Of The Road
Esu is home to around 20,000 people, who live in villages by the river. It is remote, accessible only by one road, with no onward journey to places like Obanliku . Visitors stay here, to enjoy the gorgeous landscape in this place of mystical story-telling and ancient humanity.
Obanliku is a Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Sankwala. It has an area of 1,057 km² and a population of 110,324 at the 2006 census.
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.