Cameroon is a true crossroads of African art and culture and contains more than two hundred ethnic groups which make up the profuse artistic and cultural heritage of the country.
Pygmies, Bantus, Sudanese, Arab-Berbers and many others form this extraordinary mixture of populations, with each ethnic group contributing its traditions, art and music.
The “Ngondo” and “Mpo'o” tribes on the coast combine dance, magic, disguise and canoe races.
In the West and North-West Regions, funerals are occasions for big, highly colourful ceremonies, in honour of the deceased.
During the ceremonies held in the North, you can watch magnificent colourful processions.
The “buma” dances are typical of pygmies from the south of the equatorial forest.