- Département du WOURI
- Département du Moungo (Mkongsamba)
- département du Nkam (Yabassi)
- Département de la Sanaga Maritime (Edéa)
In terms of tourism, the Littoral region has several strengths. The coastal area, suitable for beach tourism, this picturesque bays, beautiful sandy beaches that stretch to the horizon, particularly Yoyo and Manoka.
Located almost at the edge of the sea, on the left bank of the River Wouri, Douala, regional and economic capital of Cameroon remains the main gateway to Cameroon.
This is a city full of activities, thanks to its port, one of the largest in the West African coast, and its international airport served by several airlines.
Outside of business tourism, which benefits from a quality and hotel industry booming, the major tourist attractions of Douala are its monuments inherited from the colonial period and its many markets.
But Douala is not the only attraction of this region, secondary cities and Edea deN’kongsamba also attract many tourists visiting Yaoundé or Kribi, or in the western regions and the Northwest .
Douala is located on the mouth of the Wouri river in the center of the Cameroonian coast. It is economical La Capitale of the country, and one of the largest ports in Africa. Most of the city is built on the left bank of the river. It was the administrative capital of the country under German colonization, until 1901 when she took the name of Douala, the main tribe of the region (the Duala). The climate is equatorial, hot and humid. A dry season from December to May (favorable to tourism), a rainy season from June to November.
The main areas of Douala:
• Bonanjo – administrative center and residential area
• Akwa – business district
• Bonapriso and Bali – residential housing utilities
• Bassa – popular area and industrial area
• New Bell Deido, New Deido, Bépanda – neighborhoods
• Akawa north – cites neighborhoods
• Bonabéri – on the other bank of the river.
The cultural event of Douala:
A canoe race on the Wouri is the highlight of the Ngondo, opportunity for the Sawa tribe to contact their ancestors living in the water.
Tourist Attractions Douala:
• Castle of the Prince Akwa DIKA
• Islands and Manoka Djebalé
• Central Market Sandaga
• The fishermen village Youpwé
• Bridge over the River Wouri
• ONCPB Museum at the City Hall
• Market flowers and art
• Pagoda of King Bell