Nki National Park has been described as "the last true wilderness in Cameroon". The park is an extremely remote and almost completely untouched part of the Congo basin forest.
The density and diversity of this renowned forest area truly provides a unique, and rare, opportunity to experience nature in its natural and primitive form. The forest covers an area of over 300,000 hectares and has an extremely diverse ecosystem. The forest includes more than 250 species of birds, various wildlife including elephants and gorillas. There is an estimated population of 6000 gorillas in the park.
The tour also allows for guests to really explore and feel the kindness of the historic homogeneous Baka Pygmies. Their culture and lifestyle are one of the most amazing wonders on this Earth!
Access to potable water and sanitation in Cameroon within the context of Millennium Development Goals (MDGS). ... In 2006, 70% of the population had access to safe drinking water and the coverage in urban centres is 88%, significantly better than the 47% in rural areas.