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Cruises visiting Kribi & all Kribi cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Kribi in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Kribi is a seaport for small vessels, and beach resort, in the south of Cameroon, facing the Gulf of Guinea. It lies at the mouth of Kienké River, and not far from the terminus of the 1070 km Chad-Cameroon pipeline with its terminal 18 km out to sea. The town itself has a population of 55,000. To the west are white sand beaches washed by a flat surf, with oil rigs seen on the horizon. Inland the roads pass between the low flat trees typical of sub-Saharan Africa, as well as road-side sellers. The Kienké River breaks into the shallow wide falls near town.

Tourism started in Cameroon as far back as in the 1980s during what is known as the colonial trends of tourism, but later became more of an industry later. Given the situation and physical geography of Cameroon, the country can be regarded as “African immune nature” in all its diversity. Kribi is one of the towns in Cameroon endowed with a number of natural tourist sights, and so this town should develop faster in this sector of the economy. About 10km south of the river mouth the wide Lobé Waterfalls that pour right into the ocean, and can easily be visited by hiring a taxi from town.

The Kribi area is particularly popular among domestic tourists from Douala and Yaounde, the two main cities of Cameroon. Several interesting eco-tourism excursions can be made in the surrounding area of Kribi town, such as to the Campo Ma’an National Park, the Lobé waterfalls, the beach of Grand Batanga and pygmies’ settlements, although most tourism sites have a lack of organization. At present, large infrastructural and economic developments are taking place along the Kribi coastline. Board a piroque (boat) to travel upstream and visit the pygmy bush camps. Remember that Cameroon is bilingual – English and French.