VOTRE GUIDE POUR DECOUVRIR LES RICHESSES TOURISTIQUES DU CAMEROUN EN TOUTE SERENITE ”

novembre 3rd, 2012

Lors d’une visite au centre d’Art Appliquée de Mbalmayo.Bonjour et bienvenue sur notre site; nous sommes à votre disposition.

QUI SONT NOS CLIENTS ?

 Nous travaillons principalement avec les tours operators, les groupes de particuliers, les comités d’entreprises en liaison avec les professionnels du voyage. Nous ne sommes pas voyagistes. Nous ne vendons pas de voyages, mais seulement notre prestation de guide accompagnateur.   

La grande pêche, avec des poissons pesant au delà de 18 kgVOUS ETES UN PROFESSIONNEL DU VOYAGE ?

 Vous souhaitez travailler avec nous et vous avez raison. Travailler à l’année avec un guide est plus rassurant que de changer chaque saison. Une relation de confiance s’installe entre lui et vous, et il est plus facile de collaborer. Nous recherchons avant tout la satisfaction de votre client, et la continuité dans le travail; ainsi tout le monde est satisfait.  

VOUS PARTEZ ENTRE AMIS ?

 Nous proposons nos services en tant que “Guide Accompagnateur” sur des circuits. Vous partez en groupe privé ? Vous avez des doutes sur votre capacité à gérer des problèmes à l’étranger et vous avez raison. Partir sans expérience et sans maîtrise de la langue et des lois en vigueur peut parfois comporter quelques risques. Si vous le souhaitez, nous pouvons également vous conseiller dans la réalisation de votre projet de voyage, ou vous mettre en relation avec les agences avec qui nous travaillons et qui vous proposeront un voyage clé en main. Nous serons votre guide.     

Une vue des maisons à toitures côniquedans le grand ouest CamerounNOTRE DESTINATION…

L’ensemble du territoire camerounais, mais nous pouvons aussi gérer d’autres destinations sur l’Afrique Centrale.

SERVICE PHOTO PROFESSIONNEL

Si vous le souhaitez, nous pouvons réaliser des reportages photographiques professionnels de votre voyage. Photos de groupe, paysages, tout ce qui vous rappellera votre voyage une fois rentré chez vous. Nous vous remettons un CD des images avant votre retour.

Bonne visite…

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NOS SERVICES

octobre 22nd, 2012

mbevo-daniel-rapporteur-du-coby.JPGlogo-wftga.jpgdscn2777.JPGDaniel MBEVO travaille dans le secteur des voyages et du tourisme depuis 1994. Il maitrise parfaitement le français et l’anglais, et  est agréé en 2001 par le ministère du tourisme camerounais comme guide national de tourisme(agrément N0 0033/MINTOUR/SG/DPT/CNP) ; il a parcouru de bout en bout le triangle national.

Daniel est le Président de l’Association des Guides de Tourisme Camerounais(AGTC) depuis 2004, et est devenu le Représentant Régional de la Fédération Mondiale des Associations de Guides de Tourisme (WFTGA, www.wftga.org ) depuis 2011.

058.JPGIl a des qualités humaines et pédagogiques particulières. Il fait preuve d’une grande disponibilité, d’une capacité d’adaptation aux attentes, à l’âge et à la culture de ses visiteurs. Il est organisé et prévoyant.

Dégustation du “camaroes” au bord des chutes de la lobéIl travaille en free-lance, et ses activités sont :

- La direction et la supervision, pour le compte des voyagistes, du déroulement du voyage, s’assurant que le programme est suivi tel que décrit dans la brochure et vendu aux voyageurs.

- La représentation du  voyagiste en assurant une assistance de base aux voyageurs.

- La conception et la cotation des circuits touristiques

- L’accueil et l’accompagnement des touristes dans la découverte des sites touristiques du pays.

- Les prises de vue photographique et vidéo pendant les circuits, avec des appareils propres. Ces productions sont ensuite offertes aux membres du groupe.

- L’assistance aux chasseurs sportifs sur toutes les formes.

- La location des voitures, des tentes et autres nécessaires pour camping

- La réservation des hôtels, restaurants, etc sur demande.

At lake Nyos, after high struggleNous travaillons avec une forte équipe de guides de tourisme professionnel membres de l’Association des Guides de Tourisme Camerounais(AGTC), et proposons des circuits et excursions dans toutes les Régions du Cameroun.

CONTACT:

Daniel MBEVO

Guide national de tourisme agréé
http://guidekmer.blogvie.com
Tél: 237 9981 7834

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Daniel MBEVO, a partner for professional hunters in Cameroon

octobre 20th, 2012
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  •     We are specialized in all the paper work and related tasks for hunters.
  •     We meet the traveler at the airport, bring him safely through all the tricky formalities and luggage control, accompany him to a decent hotel of his choice, and arrange transportation to his hunting area.
  •    In case of foot safari, we can negotiate with village chief, find porters and trackers.
  •    After the hunt, we bring the hunter safely back to the city and take care of paying trophy fees, paper work such as export papers and veterinary certificates, shipping with registered forwarders, and bring the hunter back to the airport.

Daniel helps greatly reduces stress and save considerable time for hunters.

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Daniel MBEVO

Licensed national tourist guide
President of AGTC
WFTGA Area Representative for Central & East Africa.
E-mail: dmbevo@yahoo.fr // danielmbevo88@gmail.com 

Phone: 00237 9981 7834 

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Cameroun, all Africa in one country.

octobre 20th, 2012

logo-agtc.jpg011.JPGMonument de la Reunification à Yaoundé

Situated in the heart of Africa, Cameroon represents a true « eldorado ».

The country, extends from the bottom of the gulf of Guinea to Lake Tchad, between Western and Eastern Africa.

 At the Bafoussam King’s palaceSultanat Bamoun à FoumbanWith His Highness The Chief of Bafut Kingdom, at the Bafut royal palace.Avec le Lamidot de Sabga dans son palais, Région du nord ouest Cameroun.CULTURE

Cameroon draws the wealth of its culture from an extraordinary ethnical diversity (there are 208 ethnic groups). This culture is expressed in the way of life, traditions, folklore and craft of its peoples. The regions of the west, North West and far north represent the high spots, in which the tourist will find embarrassing choice of handicrafts which vary from wooden masks to snake or crocodile skin hand bags, not to mention bronze figures.

Kribi beachKribi beachMile six beach LimbeTHE BEACH

With its 400 km (250miles) of coast line, the littoral of Cameroon is a region well suited for sea side tourism, with Kribi and Limbe as the twin pole attraction. Its mild climate, beautiful beaches of fine sand, marvelous scenery and picturesque woods and bays make Kribi a holiday spot of your dreams, in which the splendor and charm of the equatorial forest and the majesty of the ocean, blend with the friendliness and hospitality of the local population, to create for the tourist all the conditions for an unforgettable holiday.

In a rain forest between Yoko and TibatiNous contribuons à la scolarisation du peuple Baka;In the Oku mountain forestTHE FOREST

From the confines of the southern frontiers and Atlantic coast, south Cameroon climbs towards the interior, and is the home of luxuriant forests and large rivers. In this region, the tourist can have pleasant excursions and picnics.

Recolte du coton dans le nordimg_1039.JPGTHE SAVANNAH

The North part of Cameroon is the home of the savannah, which comprises the high plateau of adamaoua, the steppe land covered with grasses of all kind of the extreme north and the lunar landscape of kapsikis. The principal national parks are to be found there.

On the lava flows in Limbe, close to Seme new beach hotel At the summit of mount Kilum-Ijim in Oku, second highest mountain in Cameroon(3010 m)On mount Cameroon, between hut 1 & hut 2; really difficult trekking.THE MONTAINS

Mont Cameroon (4 070 meters or 13,460 feet), adjoining the coast of Cameroon, was christened “the seat of the gods” by the Portuguese navigator FERNANDO PO’O in 1472.it was in full eruption when he discovered it. It is now every year, the theater for an international competition. Indeed, hundreds of competitors, coming from a number of African and European countries compete regularly in the ascent of the massif. This trial of strength is organized every year by Guinness Cameroon around the month of January. This peak is also the point from which a mountain range starts, which stretches from the south west coast to the Mandara Mountains in the extreme north of the country. In the west and North West the landscape is extremely rugged, crossed by pretty rivers with their sparkling waters. The rounded peaks often shelter crater lakes. In north Cameroun the mandara and Kapsiki Mountains endow the landscape with a fairy-like beauty.

dsc_1091.JPG FAUNA

Cameroon contains today many national parks in which live some of the richest and most varied fauna in Africa. With its national parks, the north of the country forms a land of paradise for animals. Tourist can visit the parks and both observe and photograph the magnificent beast which lives there in complete freedom and in their natural surroundings. On entry, the following documents must be presented by the tourist: -A national passport or other valid travel document stamped with a visa issued either by the diplomatic or consular representative of Cameroon in their place of residence or by the chief of internal security at the frontier post. -A ticket out of Cameroon-either return or for a continuation of the journey. -when the journey is carried out by automobile, proof of ownership and an international certificate of assurance for the vehicule.

With a group of professional tourist guides in actionSite ecotouristique d’Ebogo, 18 km de Mbalmayo.SOUVENIR

 Except for artistic article whose commercialization for export is forbidden, it is possible for the tourist to purchase and take out of Cameroon handmade articles, such as masks, figurine, statuette, leather and skins etc.

CLIMATE

 In the south, there are four seasons in the year: the great dry season(which lasts from December to march), the little rains(April to June), a little dry season(July to august) and the great rains(September to November). In the north, there are 2 seasons: the rainy season from June to October, and a dry season for the rest of year with less than a meter of annual rainfall. It has average temperatures of 30°C. From the general point of view, Cameroon can be visited throughout the year.

On mission off roadA confortable 4WD car for transportationENTRY VISA

 An entry visa is required to enter Cameroon valid for 30 days. It can be obtained from any Cameroon embassy or Consulate in your country of residence. For visitors residing in countries where Cameroon does not have a Consular service, they can always obtain an entry visa from Cameroon embassies or consular services in neighboring countries which cover their country of residence or they contact us to obtain a visa upon arrival in any Cameroon port of entry. In the later case, they have to provide us passport details which we use to apply to the Directorate of Frontier Police for authorization to obtain visa at port of entry

HEALTH

Tourists have to present vaccination certificates for yellow fever or any other infectious disease declared by the competent health authorities. To prevent from malaria, tourists are advised to bring along antimalarial drugs.

Chutes de la Mentchum, proche de WumCOMMUNICATION SERVICES

 Cameroon has a communication network connection with phones having direct international dialing. 03 cellular phone companies, CT Phone, Orange and MTN operate in the major cities and small towns… Cellular phones can also be hired on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.

CURRENCY ISSUES

The Cameroon currency is the F CFA. 1 €URO =656 F CFA . Credit cards and checks are widely used in big cities. Cash in local currency is the best form of payment though currencies such as the Euro or Dollar may be accepted.

LANGUAGES

 Cameroon is a bilingual country with English and French being the two main official languages. French is widely spoken in the 8 francophone regions, while English is widely spoken in the two Anglophone regions. The two languages are spoken by staff members of the major hotels and shops.

 Les chutes de la Métché sur l’axe Bafoussam- MboudaPHOTOGRAPHY

 Photography is a sensitive subject in Cameroon. Officially, you do not need a permit for photography but you have to be careful not to photograph anything regarded as of strategic importance. Certain locations and installations are not allowed to be photographed; these are military zones and installations, airports, presidential palaces, security and defense personnel, and images that are likely to harm the country’s morals or its good reputation. It is always advisable to obtain permission before taking a photograph of a specific object or location. For official events, it is also advisable to obtain a « special pass » from the Ministry of Communications.

TIME ZONE

Standard time in Cameroon is Greenwich mean time + 1 .

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