The Savanna Botanic Garden (SABOGA) The Savanna Botanic Garden is the largest privately-owned garden in the country spread over 17.8 hectares of land. Adorned with about 260 exotic plant species, the garden also has to its credit a herbarium, a nursery, an orchard, a demonstration farm, the millennium botanica, savannah forest, a green forest revolution centre, a jungle village and many more fascinating facilities. Its ornamental flowers and spectacular natural vegetation radiate an extra glow on its environs.
It is used mainly for conservation, research and recreation and as far as its activities are concerned, the outfit is into horticulture, landscaping, interior and exterior decor. The most attractive spots of the garden have been identified as its magnificent antiques and the global village monument which carries inspirational messages. Within the garden, there is a jungle village which portrays the African culture, Gethsemane which serves the dual purpose of a retreat ground and a meditation centre, not forgetting the iconic Bantu village. SABOGA also has a restaurant, sports complex and provides lodging facilities for visitors to Bafut and neigbouring areas. It is an irresistible destination for flora aficionados. Come and marvel at the magnificence of nature and experience its therapeutic ability.