You will often find these animals beached at the shores of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts due to fatigue and fear to drown at deep sea. From January through September these animals are available in school at the Atlantic coast of Cameroon. The trip takes in a private luxury speed boat well-equipped, also involved trips to mangrove zone rides, fishing villages with their impressive spectacular living in suspended bamboo houses on water. Also an opportunity to touch down on some of the places where the first British missionary Sir Alfred Saker, constructed the first church in Cameroon Bimbia and same climb to some of the historic island, where the early occupant was the Bakwarian natives of Limbe. Talk less of the trip but think of experiencing nights at offshore. History will unfold as you explore.
Day 1: Transfer to wharf. All on board. Sail to offshore. Discover the whale or dolphin. Sail to Bimbia beach resort at Cape Nechtigal. Meet the Bimbia peoples see what they have for you. Overnight in Bimbia.
Day 2: All on board. Sail to Tiko mangrove zones. Land at Kangal fishing camp. Extend to Mabeta fishing village, meet the chief and its peoples. Sail to Bimbia. Overnight in Bimbia.
Day 3: Visit the area where the first ever church in Cameroon was constructed by Sir Alfred Saker. All on board. Sail to the Bota island. Climb the island. Sail to Manuka island an interesting place where you would find administrative division. Overnight in Manuka.
Day 4: All on board. Sail to Cape Cameroon island. Touch down to meet the fishermen. Sail back to Douala. Arrival wharf. Transfer back to city.
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Africa Cameroon Outdoor: Water Drifter Boating and Sailing Wildlife Viewing