The population of Dschang mainly speaks Yemba language  a Bamileke language. Due to its high elevation of over 1400 m, Dschang is favoured by relatively cool temperatures and attractive scenery. It is therefore regarded as a mountain tourist resort. Since colonial times, Dschang has been an important agricultural centre. Pig production plays a major role as it is a major occupation of most natives of this area.

In early 2011, the Musée des Civilisations du Cameroun à Dschang was inaugurated. This museum offers to discover the origin of the Cameroonian people and the diversity of the country’s four large cultural domains via their history, but also their artistic productions, their architectures, and their political and social organizations.

Day 1

A warm welcome awaits you in Douala as your guide meets you at the airport. In the bustling Cameroonian capital you get adjusted to being in Cameroon during a welcome dinner with your guide.
If you feel like it, we check out the night/street life or you stay in the hotel and spend a relaxing evening.

Day 2

This day will be dedicated for driving toward Dschang and enjoy the trip. We will be stopping along the road to visit various attraction. why not going via the Ekom waterfall? of cause this will be part of our router trip.

Day 3

After a delicious breakfast at the guest house, we will take a car driving in the direction of the Dschang Market. The market place in Dschang is symbolized by three traditional huts with conic roofs which resemble mushrooms and reflect the traditions of the Bamileke people.  In the afternoon, we will be visit the Djutitsa Tea Plantation. 20km (12.5 miles) from the Dschang – Bafoussam road and 4km (2.5 miles) from the Dschang – Mbonda road. Very spectacular setting nestling in a gorge of the Western Mountains with panoramic views. After this, we will return at the resort where we will spend the night

Day 4

In the early morning, our car will take us to the  Musée des Civilisations du Cameroun. We have the rest of the day at the museum learning about a historical perspective: The Origins of Civilization in Cameroon, migration of peoples, their installation on the territory, their current tangle .. Under the ethnological and sociological angle: through their architectural and artistic creations, their rites and beliefs

Day 5

We will spend the rest of the trip exploring Dschang. We, dependent on your preferences, go to a large day market and visit various sightseeing spots

Day 6

This day will be dedicated for driving toward Douala and enjoy the trip.

Day 7

The next day, we will take you to back to Douala airport for your evening flight to return home / further discovery of the city.

Price includes

  • Transportation between the program
  • Meals
  • Services of the guide of the program
  • Museum tickets

Price do not include

  • Other costs not offered in this program
  • Tip for your tour guide


The Museum of Civilizations offers the keys of understanding these secular civilizations of the Cameroonian people.

The Dschang Market

Available departures

Trip: Live in a rural village, the Dschang Market &Museum of Civilizations. Duration: 7 days Start: Tuesday (arrive in the country one day before) Departures: Every week.
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If you board a plane or ship flying any of the international routes and ask to be taken to the heart of Africa, do not be surprised to find yourself disembarking in Cameroon.
It is a beautiful country per se, situated opposite the middle portion of Brazil, on the eastern side of the Atlantic Ocean. Bordered by six countries of which Nigeria is the most prominent neighbor,
Cameroon appears on maps like a heavily pregnant mother carrying a baby on her back. .

This peculiar geopolitical entity was created by accident and apportioned to Germany during the 1884 Berlin conference that carved up Africa.
Berlin treated German Kamerun as its treasured colony for thirty-two years until Great Britain and France captured the land during the First World War,
partitioned it into British Cameroons and French Cameroun, and then went on to lord it over the people for four decades. However,
they too were challenged by Cameroonian nationalists who campaigned for the divided territory’s reunification and self-rule. Today, English and French are the country’s official languages,
mirroring the dominance of the two Indo-European languages in Africa.

They say the gods have a design even in the most outrageous acts of mortals. If that is the case, then it also applies to Cameroon.
The country has defied so many odds in its history that the people now pride themselves with the saying that “Impossible isn’t a Cameroonian word.”

Renowned voices tend to call Cameroon “Africa in miniature”, not only because of its fanciful shape and turbulent history,
but also because of the physical and human aspects of its geography. It is the point in Africa where the East meets the West and where the North meets the South.
It is a country that features plains and mountains, plateaus and valleys, rivers and seas, lakes and waterfalls and other landmarks that mirror the rest of Africa.
The south is dominated by equatorial and tropical rainforests, the north is covered by Sahelian vegetation, and the middle portion of the country is graced with high savannah of mixed grassland and forest.
In fact, all the different flora and fauna in Africa can be found in this carelessly drawn triangle called Cameroon.

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