Water. Everywhere is water. In nightly rainforest it drips from the leaves. In the village there pattering on the tin roofs. In mass flowing through the riverside area. In addition to the water, there are around the village Ikenge in Cameroon another predominant element:


Trees, huge and ancient. Both aspects characterize the appearance of the "travel" station "Cameroon", which seems so to stand in stark contrast to Niger.


In this fascinating, yet also enigmatic and strange world mingles in Klimahaus the brutal sound of a chainsaw.

"Most people use nature to their advantage. You must understand that "Community cooperation" means that all work together - not against each other. For the benefit of all."

Chief Alexander

Enter the rainforest at night, and pave your way through dense foliage, while the voices of the nocturnal inhabitants of the rainforest accompany you.

Who wants to take a little break, can stop after the traveling station Cameroon at the “Cafe südwärts”, go back to the lobby or the "Restaurant Längengrad". For others it proceeds towards Antarctica.


Klimahaus® Bremerhaven 8° Ost

Am Längengrad 8

27568 Bremerhaven


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April to August

Mon - Fri:09 am - 07 pm
Sat, Sun, Holidays:10 am - 07 pm



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September to March


Mon - Fri:10 am - 06 pm
Sat, Sun, Holidays:10 am - 06 pm



Ticket Prices

Adults 18 years and over16,00 €
Group/Adults (15 people or more)13,00 €

11,50 €

(15 people or more)
8,50 €
Children aged 4 years and underFree from
Family Ticket 35,00 €