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    TOURIST PARADISE

    by sacklove Updated May 16, 2011

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    Once at the Opec city, you can create time, spend time and enjoy the beauty of nature such as:
    -the Limbe botanical garden with its rich and divers plants species,a center for recreation,education,relaxation,research etc;
    -the Limbe wildlife center,a center for the rehabilitation and protection of some endangered animal species;
    -the mount Cameroon,an active volcanic mountain with an attitudes of over 4095m
    -Bomana waterfalls, an ecotourism park
    -the Korup national park,one of the riches and oldest rainforest park in the Africa with its variety of animal,birds,fish and plants species;
    -the twin crater lake,a site for camping with its condusive environtment;
    -the hospitality of the villagers;
    -tea, rubber,palm and banana plantations of the CDC;
    -fishermen villages,to experience the different method of fishing and smooking fish,opportunity to go inshore fishing;
    -nice black sandy beaches at the atlantic ocean should not be left out.

    I bet you, you will never regret for visiting Limbe after visiting all the above mentioned sites.
    What i beleive you will do, is just to decide to live parmenently in Limbe,an opec city

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    • Beaches
    • Mountain Climbing

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    Limbe Wildlife Center

    by Over60 Written Jan 29, 2011
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    This small zoo houses a somewhat bedraggled collection of Cameroonian wildlife, mainly monkeys and apes, in somewhat cramped and rundown quarters. It is a good place to see a variety of local fauna, and the management is probably doing the best it can with a limited budget, but it is nevertheless a rather depressing scene. Travelers with access to more commodious zoos at home might want to skip this one, but it no doubt provides a valuable service for local children and school groups.

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    Limbe Wildlife Center

    by Over60 Updated Jan 29, 2011

    This small zoo houses a somewhat bedraggled collection of Cameroonian wildlife, mainly monkeys and apes, in somewhat cramped and rundown quarters. It is a good place to see a variety of local fauna, and the management is probably doing the best it can with a limited budget, but it is nevertheless a rather depressing scene. Travelers with access to more commodious zoos at home might want to skip this one, but it no doubt provides a valuable service for local children and school groups.

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    Limbe Botanical Garden

    by Over60 Written Jan 29, 2011
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    Not far from the city center lies the attractive Limbe Botanical Garden, which houses a considerable collection of native plants and trees. Besides being a required stop for naturalists, the quiet and beautiful garden offers a respite from the noise and disorder of the street. It's really an idyllic place to spend a couple of hours. You can take a self guided tour, and there is a little used snack bar around a bend in the entrance road with a view of the ocean.

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    Limbe Botanical Garden

    by Over60 Written Jan 29, 2011
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    Not far from the city center lies the attractive Limbe Botanical Garden, which houses a considerable collection of native plants and trees. Besides being a required stop for naturalists, the quiet and beautiful garden offers a respite from the noise and disorder of the street. It's really an idyllic place to spend a couple of hours. You can take a self guided tour, and there is a little used snack bar around a bend in the entrance road with a view of the ocean.

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    Limbe Botanical Garden

    by Over60 Updated Jan 29, 2011

    Not far from the city center lies the attractive Limbe Botanical Garden, which houses a considerable collection of native plants and trees. Besides being a required stop for naturalists, the quiet and beautiful garden offers a respite from the noise and disorder of the street. It's really an idyllic place to spend a couple of hours. You can take a self guided tour, and there is a little used snack bar around a bend in the entrance road with a view of the ocean.

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    Jun 2, 2013 at 10:02 PM

    Botanical Gardens, Black Sand Beaches then Karup National Park if you have the time. It takes about 4 hours from Limbe yet the birdlife the waterfalls the canopy bridges over the rivers make this a worthwhile experience. Don't expect Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom then you won't be disappointed. You'll be better off going on a tour group on this excursion.

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