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Cameroon Special

Cameroon sometimes doesn’t get its time in the spotlight due to its neighbor Nigeria getting all the media attention. But the country is one of the most culturally and geographically diverse in west Africa. It also has a long, rich and interesting history worth discovering.

Mount Cameroon is one of the largest volcanoes in Africa, the highest peak in west Africa, and the fourth highest peak in all of Africa. Eruptions at the volcano date all the way back to the 5th century B.C. You can climb it if you want — just be aware it still erupts every 10 to 20 years.




Doual’art is a center for contemporary art, founded in 1991 as a non-profit organization by Marilyn Douala Bell and Didier Schaub. Its aim is to support the contemporary production of art in Cameroon with exhibitions, workshops, and seminars, and to use a participatory approach in furthering the development of cultural identity and aesthetic consciousness in the local population.


La Nouvelle Liberté is the most famous and emblematic artwork of Douala, which today has become a symbol of the city.

Produced by Joseph-Francis Sumégné in 1996, the Nouvelle Liberté is a majestic 12 meters tall sculpture made of scrap metals, erected in the middle of the busiest roundabouts of Douala, the Rond Point Deido. It features a 5 meters wingspan, and a mass of 8 tons.

This artwork pays tribute to the contemporary culture of the city: the culture of recycling, of the assembly and disassembly of objects, of the ability of citizens in “se débrouiller” (getting by) in many complex situations. Despite the fact La Nouvelle Liberté has become an icon of the city, this sculpture is still often nicknamed the Njo Njo of Deido (meaning the evil, the monster of Deido).


Created to collect, preserve and showcase the cultural heritage of the Cameroonian maritime landscape while revealing its evolution over the years, this magnificent display of contemporary architectural prowess located at Rue de l’Hopital Bonanjo, showcases the country’s maritime history through a rich collection of artifacts, objects of historic and artistic value such as photographs, sculptures, maps, paintings, videos, documents, archival materials and multimedia animations.

One of the most fascinating exhibitions in the museum is the navigation simulator which is available to professionals and trainees serving as an excellent teaching tool that can re-enact a sailing scene while bringing to life some sailing techniques. Its thematically planned collections cover themes such as: man in his natural environment, the evolution of various ships in the world, Cameroonian ports in general and the history of trade and its development in the Cameroonian ports.


Per Person Sharing
Adults (12 yrs +)
N822,530 | ZMW25,050

Children (2-11 yrs)
N363,350 | ZMW11,260

Per Infant (0-2 yrs)
N251,870 | ZMW6,450

Valid from
1 March – 30 May 2018

7 Nights Accommodation

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