Boumba Bek National Park is a national park in southeastern Cameroon, located in its East Province. The closest towns to Boumba are Yokadouma, Moloundou and Lomie, beyond which are rural lands. Due to its remoteness. It has a large and varied ecosystem, and it is home to over 265 species of birds, and the forests of Cameroon contain some of the highest population density of forest elephants of any nation with an elephant density of roughly 2.5 per square kilometer for Nki and neighboring Boumba Bek National Park combined. These animals are victims of poaching, which has been a major problem since an economic depression in the 1980s. The indigenous people follow in the footsteps of the poachers, attracted by the financial opportunities. The removal of logging industries from the park, on the other hand, has been a success; it is no longer considered a major threat to the wilderness. we can provide a great guide for you.
* Tour is simple beccause it can be done without a tour.
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|Water||1 liter of water per person|
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|Extras||Transportation is not included in price|