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Need a break? Visit Charles Atangana Square

The square is named after Charles Atangana, Chief of the Ewondos and the Benés.

Though found in the heart of the bustling town, it offers a calm and quiet thanks to the it’s tree shades and vast serene nature. The spot is often used for relaxation activities and outdoor unions. It was one of the town’s most popular fan zones during the Africa Cup of Nations hosted in Cameroon from January 06 to February 26, 2022.

At the center of the square is an imposing statue in honour of the historic Charles Atangana. He was born in 1883 and died at the age of 60, in 1943. His rich legacy and exemplary leadership have till date, remained a worthy example for others to follow. He was the initiator of the first urbanization projects of the city Yaoundé, a move that continues to serve as a foundation for solution-oriented development to this day.

If you need a quiet moment in the heat of the day, visit the square and have a pensive moment.

– Giyo Ndzi

Bois Sainte Anastasie: Yaoundé’s relaxation paradise

Away from the hustle and bustle that characterise Cameroon’s capital city, Yaounde, are a number of relaxation resorts. These serve as a distraction from the daily constraints city dwellers and tourists may face.


Thanks to their attractive features, these relaxation resorts pull tens of thousands yearly. One of these is the Bois Sainte Anastasie.


Created in 2007, the relaxation resort is located in the Warda neighborhood in Yaounde 1 subdivision. Noted for its serene nature and naturally appealing sights, it attracts thousands annually. Bois Sainte Anastasie is like a paradise for quiet and recollection, as well as a beautiful sight for making memories.


The facility also has a restaurant which serves a variety of dishes that comprise Cameroons rich and unique gastronomy.
In addition to being open for individual relaxation purposes and hangouts, Bois Sainte Anastasie is also used to host ceremonies. These include weddings, retreats, reunions and couple get-aways.

Giyo Ndzi

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