Cameroun hunts include a wide variety of accommodations.

When you arrive in Yaoundé we will pick you up and usually take you to a hotel.   We can usually get you one for about $50-75/night that is reasonable.  This is your expense.  If you wish to just sleep at my rental I charge $30/night.  Not as nice as a hotel, but safe.  Typically there is no running water.

 

The basic self guided hunts are set up so you sleep wherever you land at night.  Usually this is near a water source, but that may be very minimal.  Sometimes the staff will actually have to dig to get to the water, such as in the north in April.  In the south you will be wet all day and cannot get away from water.  You are responsible to bring your own sleeping bag and "home" like a mosquito net or hammock.  One that zips up is preferable.   This will give you the best night's rest imaginable in the bush.  It took a while for Cam to get used to it, but it is mostly psychological and he has never fallen out.  There are always trees to tie it up into just as there are always rocks to be found under your bed, or snakes, if you sleep on the ground.  Cam helped Hennesy Hammocks develop their Jungle Zip series of hammocks.

Fly Camp

Fly Camp Cameroun

Two of the northern locations include permanent camps.  You return to camp every night.

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1. The government concession includes rental of a camp, but poachers burned it in 2014.  Photo is before it was burned.  There is no toilet, no kitchen and really only a concrete pad where we pitch our tents.  A deep well provides water you must filter.

 

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1a. A reasonable alternative in the government zone is to sleep in the Government park, but this would be at the hunter's expense.  There is usually electricity (220 volt only) for about 2-3 hours per day.  The rooms will usually still be too hot to sleep in, but for a few hours there is a possibility of air conditioning. 

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2. In the King's concession we have our best accommodations.  You are located on a very nice river with great fishing.  You will have a private bungalow. Each bungalow has a flush toilet and a significant possibility of running water.   There is a dining hall.  Food is significantly better than the portaged safari, but you will not find any white gloves on the cook.  A freezer is known to work most of the time, so you should also have cold drinks, which you will gladly trade significant parts of your body for when you come back from a long hot day in the bush.  Solar provides limited lighting.  You can get some cell phone coverage and even internet dial up if you buy the proper thumb drive in Yaoundé.

 

When you arrive in Yaoundé we will pick you up and usually take you to a hotel.   We can usually get you one for about $50-75/night that is reasonable.  This is your expense.  If you wish to just sleep at my rental I charge $30/night.  Not as nice as a hotel, but safe.  Typically there is no running water.

The basic self guided hunts are set up so you sleep wherever you land at night.  Usually this is near a water source, but that may be very minimal.  Sometimes the staff will actually have to dig to get to the water, such as in the north in April.  In the south you will be wet all day and cannot get away from water.  You are responsible to bring your own sleeping bag and "home" like a mosquito net or hammock.  One that zips up is preferable.   This will give you the best night's rest imaginable in the bush.  It took a while for Cam to get used to it, but it is mostly psychological and he has never fallen out.  There are always trees to tie it up into just as there are always rocks to be found under your bed, or snakes, if you sleep on the ground.  Cam helped Hennesy Hammocks develop their Jungle Zip series of hammocks.

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