Adventure Tours Near Calabar/Calabar South
Some way from Calabar/Calabar south you can enjoy a marvellous cultural and wildlife experience. We will pass the breath-taking rainforest, enjoying the beautiful mountains and equatorial forest beaches of Cameroon. We will travel to the Bamenda Highlands to visit the community of traditional villages that form the faraway kingdom of Esu.
There are additional options that mean you can hike up exhilarating Mount Cameroon, or take a forest and river wildlife safari to Korup National Park with its endangered species.
See how different the area is from places such as Calabar/Calabar south 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
Limbe and its environs are full of treats. Stroll the botanical gardens, climb Mount Etinde or take a 3-day hike up vast Mount Cameroon. Sample freshly barbecued fish on Down Beach and explore the daily and weekly markets.
Quick Stop in Bamenda
We will then travel for a day and a half until we reach the Bamenda highlands. Remaining there for one night, we will set off for Esu the next day, along the ring road with its stunning views.
Esu: Kingdom At The End Of The Road
Very remote from any number of places, such as Calabar/Calabar south, Esu is quite literally the ‘kingdom at the end of the road’. There is no through road, which mean that visitors must stay, which is a pleasure and privilege. A land of antique stories and peoples, some say it is the original Garden of Eden.
About Calabar/Calabar South
Calabar South is a Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Anantigha. It has an area of 264 km² and a population of 191,630 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.