The Bimbia Slave Trade Site The town of Limbe is just endowed with lavished tourism potentials with historical tourism being one of its greatest attractions. Slave trade may have come and gone but relics of this callous activity which saw the buying and selling of human beings like commodities can still be spotted in the old time classic town of Limbe precisely in the village of Bimbia. Though in ruins, this over a century old slave market still has vestiges that can be used to tell the story to future generations. The "door of no return" still stands tall as no slave returned after passing through it. Another site worth a stop around the area is the first ever Baptist church built by Alfred Saker and the "Camp Bimbia" which served as the missionary's home.