Catching a hint of the momentous relics of Buea, capital of the South West Region, from one of its nearby hills, unveils marvelous scenery. Structures reminiscent of the era of colonialism; constructed by the Germans and the British such as the Schloss, the Buea Mountain Club, the Bismarck Fountain and the old Presidency will fascinate you. These structures have survived the abrasive work of time. Visitors to Buea begin to feel the change of temperature as soon as they approach its vicinity.
Buea is blessed with iridescent vegetation and the majestic Mount Cameroon (4100 above sea level) which rides into the black beaches of the Atlantic Ocean-a special place on the face of the earth.Buea may be small but an incredibly beautiful historic town. It varies from the hues of historic German monuments’ juxtaposition with modern structures, threatening to encroach into the picturesque virgin forest at the foot of Mount Cameroon.