After a stay of several days on the sea the fishermen return with their boats to the harbor where they sell their catch. The women on shore buy the catch of the day and on a charcoal grill they prepare the fish(s) you choose. BaracudaSoleSeabass... Grilled sole with a drop of lemon and fresh baked french frites with mayonais.more
Many people along the coastline in Kribi are fishermen. They have a pirogue made of large lumber trunks. Sometimes they stay in sea for two days, before they sell their catch at the local fish market near the port.
Where there are tourists there are souvenier stalls. Nothing wrong with that, but when they’re selling animal related products such as ivory tusks, animal skins or tortoise shields there is something wrong. Most of the products are forbidden by law, don’t buy them so the businessmen don’t gain from it.
When you stay in Kribi it won’t take long to reach Campo Ma’an NP in Campo. It is a dirt road and during the rainy season it can be very muddy.
Campo Ma’an named after the two main rivers is a national park under the supervision of WWF in the Southwest of Cameroon near the town of Campo. With a surface of +/- 2500 km² rainforest and an abundance of wildlife such as:
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It is located next to Equatorial Guinea and ready to receive visitors from all over the world. They have relatively new eco lodges on the beaches where turtles come to lay their eggs.
Most of the time the beaches in Kribi aren’t too crowdie. Only during the holidays and weekends it can become busy.You’ll find palm trees, black rocks and white sand all the way till Equatorial Guinea.You’ll find several hotels and beach bars until the Lobé falls, from there on it is very quite. So it is fairly easy to buy drinks are food.more