The Lobe Falls waterfalls are one of the best attractions of Kribi, as it is considered natural phenomenon, something very original and unusual. From here, the Lobé River turns into the falls and then empties in the Atlantic Ocean. When we arrived, the tide was low and the fresh water from salt water perfectly separated by a stretch of sand. The Lobe water feeding a lagoon that runs primarily in front of rocks and vegetation, in the form of the falls.
They say that in that lake has mermaids called Mami-Wata, they are the spirits of water that can drag us into the depths of the water. Unfortunately, that day (do not know why, it being the rainy season), the amount of water very low and barely was enough to allow us to walk a bit through the rocks. Anglers fishing or mending their nets can be found here and there, and the occasional kingfisher surprises us with its bright colors and it is not uncommon to see families and couples of Cameroonians spending the day at the beach, or venture into the lagoon.