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CIMFEST is more than just a music festival. It is Homecoming & Discovery.

A celebration of our Diversity, Culture, History & Heritage.
Are you looking to discover Cameroon during the festival? Do you long for a tranquil and picturesque destination to escape to? Look no further than Buea and Limbe. Two hidden gems nestled in the heart of Cameroon. These two cities offer a unique blend of breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and unforgettable experiences that will leave you longing for more.


Buea is known for its legendary hospitality and its clear geographic & iconic location, boarded by the mountain and the ocean, it gives it an amazing sight for tourism. Buea is also known as the silicon mountain (hub of technology in central Africa). It is a melting port for music and cinema. Buea also has a beautiful weather and high touristic potential with an active population made up of generation-Z.



The paramount Chiefdom of Buea, the capital of Cameroon's South West Region, is rich in cultural heritage. Visitors can experience the unique traditions, music, dance, and cuisine of the Bakweri people for an authentic and unforgettable cultural immersion. Buea also holds historical significance as the former colonial capital, with landmarks like the Bismarck Fountain, southern Cameroon’s Presidency and the iconic Buea Mountain.

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Limbe is a beach town in the South West Region of Cameroon, located on a bay against the backdrop of a major mountain range. It's known for its black sandy beaches and Atlantic surf. The Black sand beaches make Limbe one of two coastal towns (Kribi being the other- you should check out Kribi) that are popular among Western tourists. Attractions include the Limbe Wildlife Centre, Botanical Gardens, the Bimbia slave trade route, the Bismarck tower left by the Germans etc.



If you're a history enthusiast, don't miss the Bimbia Slave Trade Market in Cameroon. It offers a unique perspective on the dark chapter of human history, where thousands of enslaved people were bought and sold. Explore the remnants, immerse yourself in the history, and learn about their harrowing journeys.



Explore Bota Island, a place where untouched beaches intersect with a vibrant culture and history. Get ready to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of clear turquoise waters and soft black sand, as you find yourself in a paradise-like setting. Whether you're looking for a tranquil escape under the shade of palm trees or an adventurous exploration through hiking and uncovering ancient ruins, Bota Island has it all. You'll have the opportunity to engage with the warm and welcoming locals who are eager to share their stories, ensuring that your journey is truly unforgettable.



The Limbe Wildlife Center offers a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with diverse wildlife species. From endangered primates like chimpanzees and gorillas to captivating birds and reptiles, you'll have the chance to witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. In addition you will explore the center's well-designed exhibits that showcase a wide range of animal species. You can witness the behaviors, habitats, and unique characteristics of these incredible creatures. The knowledgeable guides provide valuable insights and captivating stories, making your visit a truly enriching experience.



Are you a passionate football fan who loves to explore unique sporting venues around the world? Look no further! Limbe Stadium at Ngeme is a must-visit destination for all sports enthusiasts and tourists alike. Nestled in the picturesque city of Limbe, Cameroon, this iconic stadium offers an unforgettable experience that combines the thrill of professional football with the beauty of its surroundings. Imagine a stadium with a mountain view!



The Paramount Chiefdom of Limbe has a rich cultural heritage that is reflected in its vibrant festivals, traditional music, and dance. You can immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting the traditional villages, interacting with the locals, and participating in traditional rituals and ceremonies. It's a chance to experience the warmth and hospitality of the Limbe people.