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Campo Ma’an National Park covers an area of 264,064 ha on the border between Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. It is the only park in the national network that is distinguished by direct contact with the marine space on the Atlantic coast. It is home to 80 species of mammals, forest elephants, leopards and gorillas, and 302 species of birds, 122 reptiles and 250 fish.
The traveler will also be able to visit German remains in the island of Dipikar and the museum of the tree, artistic intervention in a century-old tree in the heart of the forest, realized by the International Network of Model Forests, carried directly by the RAFM (African Model Forest Network) in Campo Ma’an National Park.
- Double accommodation in half board basis
- Meet & greet
- Land transportation all inclusive
- All entries as mentioned in the program
- An English speaking professional guide
- Mineral water (1.5 lt per day)
- Local guides and porters
- International Air Fares & Visas
- Baka traditional dance
- Lunch & Drinks
- Personal needs not mentioned in the program