Limbe Travel Guide

  • Things to Do
    by Over60
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Over60
  • Hotels
    by Seanus

Limbe Things to Do

  • TOURIST PARADISE

    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...

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  • Limbe Wildlife Center

    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...

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  • Limbe Wildlife Center

    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...

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  • Limbe Botanical Garden

    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...

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  • Limbe Botanical Garden

    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...

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  • Limbe Botanical Garden

    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...

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Limbe Restaurants

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    by sacklove Written Apr 19, 2008

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    One among the best African restaurant in an African country.You can find both African and European dishes.The food and services are average.

    Its location at the western corner of the Limbe Botanic Garden, couple with its installation adjacent to the Atlantic ocean, give customers a hospitable welcome.
    While in the restaurant,You can smell the nice and natural sea breeze flowing from the atlantic ocean. Your eyes will not allow you to disgust the delicious meal because of a panoramique view of the atlantic ocean.
    Before getting to the restaurant, the beauty and freshness of the various flowers and plants species at the Limbe botanic garden will give you a warm welcome. An aspect which makes the restaurant unique, different from that of other restaurant inLimbe.

    Favorite Dish: An African dish known as WATER FUFU and ERU was exactly my insterest at Hot spot restaurant. This food is not prepared constantly but on command and in advance. Remember that is difficult for mr. A and mr. B to have the same appretiation on a particular commodity. The person who wears the shoe knows where it pinches most, so i can't say why i like this meal most.

    Its therefore always good to give a cat a try.Try it then and it may become your favourite dish.

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    • Eco-Tourism
    • Fishing

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Limbe Transportation

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    by sacklove Written Apr 19, 2008

    Getting to and around the OPEC CITY Limbe is fast and simple.

    By road:
    DOUALA-LIMBE 72KM tared roads=Faire 2000frs cfa bush taxi,1700 bus
    YAOUNDE-LIMBE =Faire 5000frs cfa

    Travelling by transport vehicule is cheap but a little bit inconvinience as much time is spent for the bus to load with passengers filling all the seats. It is therefore advice to hire a bus, but the prices of hiring a bus varies and negotiatable from different travel and transport agencies.

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Limbe Tourist Traps

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    by sacklove Written Apr 18, 2008

    NATURE IS WONDERFUL
    IT CALL FOR A SENSE OF ADMIRATION,OBSERVATION AND THINKING
    IT ALSO BRINGS WARM FEELINGS IN THE HEART
    THAT NEED TO BE HONORED AND RESPECTED
    TO ENCHANCE SUSTAINABILITY
    THIS IS WHY IT IS ALWAYS THERE BECKONING YOU
    TO CREATE TIME,SPENT TIME
    AND DISCOVER THE HIDDIN SECRET
    THAT ONLY YOU CAN TELL

    Unique Suggestions: YOU DON'T NEED TO GO TOO FAR TO LEARN ABOUT NATURE,
    WHEREVER YOU LOOK WITH CHERISH HEART
    YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND NATURE AS A TEACHER

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    • Photography
    • Arts and Culture

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Limbe Off The Beaten Path

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    by Over60 Written Jan 29, 2011

    Along the main highway from Douala to Limber and not far from town, a major eruption of Mount Cameroon in 1999 resulted in a tongue of lava about 15 meters high flowing across the main coastal highway. The lava did not reach the sea, and a short detour has since been built. An effort was made to convert the site into a tourist attraction by building a walkway up the side of the lava flow and a small tourist center at the base, but at the time I visited in 2010, the tourist center had evidently not been staffed for some time, and the area where the old road runs under the lava flow had become an impromptu garbage dump. Still, its an interesting demonstration of the power of nature.

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