Lake Oku is a crater lake on the Bamenda Plateau in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. It is located at 2,219 metres (7,280 ft) on Mount Oku, and is completely surrounded by cloud forest. The lake lies in an explosion crater formed in the last phase of the development of the Oku Massif, a large volcanic field with a diameter of approximately 100 kilometres (62 mi). Mount Oku is a stratovolcano that rises to 3,011 metres (9,879 ft) into the sky. Local people have many myths sorrounding Lake Oku. The lake is the only known habitat of the Lake Oku Clawed Frog. The Kilum-Ijim Forest is a nature reserve, set up by BirdLife International, and home to many rare species.
|Difficulty||intermediate easy, if taking a car|
|Included in Price|
|Meals||Lunch and Diner|
|Water||1 bottle per person|
|Not Included in Price|
|Extras||Transportation to the Meeting Location is not included in price.|