CAMEROON


The Republic of Cameroon, often referred to as “Africa in Miniature,” is one of the most culturally diverse countries in Africa. The abundance of geographical diversity and animal life is no less amazing, displaying a kaleidoscope of wildlife and rainforests that supports an unusually high density of western lowland gorillas and forest elephants.

Cameroon Gallery

Founder-led Journey in Support of Women’s Health and Education


PRICE:

$3,550 per person

DURATION:

14D / 13N

DATES:

2019 dates TBD

ACTIVITY LEVEL:

Easy

ROUTE:

Douala – Limbe – Bamenda – Belo – Bafut – Douala – Kribi – Douala

PROGRAM ELEMENTS

Founder-led,
village experience, volunteering

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This intimate and unique volunteer service journey, offered by Crooked Trails Co-founder Tammy Leland and her Cameroonian husband Babah Paco, has a two-fold purpose – to help develop a 100% philanthropic coffee house that supports women’s programs in the western province of Cameroon and to immerse ourselves in the rich culture and environments of this amazing country.

Highlights
  • Volunteer to help develop a coffee house for charity
  • Experience living in Cameroonian family homes
  • Adventures including  tropical rainforest treks, fishing boat rides and seaside BBQs
  • Visit to the fascinating Bafut Chiefdom
Trip Details & Itinerary →

WHY TRAVEL WITH US

Crooked Trails is a non-profit organization focused on transforming tourism into a positive force in the world. We create travel programs that reflect our values and are worthy of the trust placed in us by our travelers. By traveling with us, you can be assured that your money will go to support our partner communities, the causes we support, and our on-going work to make tourism better. We do this by:

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    Selecting locally-owned hotels, restaurants and transportation in order to ensure your money benefits local people.

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    Employing experienced local guides who are paid a fair wage.

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    Offsetting the environmental impacts of travel through initiatives such as our Travelers Against Plastic (TAP) campaign, demonstrating ways to protect local resources, and encouraging the purchase of carbon offsets.

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    Educating travelers in cultural sensitivity and the social, economic, and environmental impacts of their travels.

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    Acting on our commitment to the social and cultural protection of people in our host countries.

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    Offering unique experiences and opportunities for authentic engagement.

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    Donating a portion of your trip fees to the community development projects we support.

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