Korup National Park can be found in the southwestern part of Cameroon and consists of over 1,200 square kilometres of largely untouched rainforest. The park was first proposed in 1937 but the National Park's status was confirmed by the Cameroon government in 1986.
Nowadays, an international community of wildlife professionals maintains the biodiversity if this extraordinary place. One of Africa's healthiest, oldest and most biodiverse forests, the Korup National Park is home to 161 mammal species and 14 different species of primate. The park is easy to reach via organised tours which leave from nearby Mundemba.