The Bimbia Slave Village Bimbia might be small in size but stands tall as an iconic destination for historical tourism in the country. The Bimbia slave trade site has been an attraction to many visitors who visit the site in a bid to relive the experience. The residues of this site are still very obvious even after over a century of their construction. Get the chance to fathom what life was for a captured Cameroonian (prospective slave) at the site and beyond once they crossed the “door of no return”. Bimbia is also unique in religious tourism as in this little village lies the relics of the first ever church on the Cameroonian soil built by the Baptist missionary Alfred Saker in the 1850s. The site which served as his home is just a stone’s throw away from the chapel. This 4 days/3 nights tour provides you with all these!