Cameroon is unique in the sense that the remote corners of the country are still home to some of the most traditional indigenous groups found anywhere in Africa. Whilst the future of many indigenous groups such as these lies in the balance, tourism, when implemented delicately, can be a powerful tool to allow these groups to make their own decisions on their future.
During this journey we will travel north to The Faro Valley, home to several distinct cultural groups, primarily the Mborono, Dowayo and Dupa people. Before camping among The Baka people. As with all our expeditions of this nature, there are no set itineraries, no cultural shows, and our presence among these people is done so strictly on their terms, not ours.