In complete contrast to the South, the Northern part of Cameroon id an area dominated by savannah and grassland. This type of landscape which stretches as far as the eye can see, is broken up in the North-West by the volcanic dykes of the Kapsiki, in the Mount Mandara mountain range, scenery that is often considered to be some of “the noblest in the World”. In this region you can find wild animals roaming peacefully…Continue
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The Adamawa region and its capital Ngaoundere is richly considered to be one of the most attractive areas for tourists in Cameroon. This region is situated at an average height of approximately 1.000m (3.000 feet). A nimber of superb lakes (Mbalang, Tison) and waterfalls (Tello, Vina) make Adamawa a firm favourite with tourists. Adamawa is affectionately known as the “Water tower” of Cameroon, due to many great rivers of the country which find their source here. It is also a hunting ground…Continue
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NORTH With its three National Parks, Benoue, Boubandjida and Faro, covering a total of 730.000 ha (1,803,830 acres), the region of the North is the area of Cameroon with the highest concentration of the most representative species of African wildlife: be they large mammals, primates, reptiles or birds. These rich resources in wildlife have produced the following forms of tourism: • Observation and photo safari tourism with 600km (375 miles) of trails open all the year…Continue
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The East is one of the largest regions in Cameroon. It has borders in the north with Adamawa, in the Central African Republic, in the south with the Congo and in the west with the regions of the South and Center. Together with other tribes, the East is populated by Pygmies, the first inhabitants of the region. They live by gathering, hand-picking and hunting their food. An amiable and welcoming people, they have turned their environment into a hospitable place…Continue
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The Centre is a remarkable region, due to its luxuriant vegetation and folklore, customs and traditions of its inhabitants. Its rugged scenery is dominated by tropical forests and great rivers, ideal for excursions. Picnics, ecotourism, agro-tourism and adventure. The regional capital, Yaoundé, is also the country’s capital city.
Due to its position as seat of the Republic’s institutions, and international…Continue
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The region of the southwest is one of the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon. It is characterized by a rich evergreen blanket, the result of abundant rainfall, and is thus ideally suited to the farming industry. The region has numerous tourist attractions some of which are: -The colonial architecture of the Palace of the German Governor Von Puttkamer, built at the beginning of the 20th century;…Continue
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The three of us wanted to cancel a walking tour of subterranean Belgrade as it was cold and hadn't stopped snowing since the night before, but idea of just the three of us going on the tour was very appealing. The meeting point in the city centre…Continue
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Since I was old enough to tote around a backpack on family vacations, I have loved to pack. The thrill of figuring out my trip clothes and the purchasing of travel sized products never ceased to stir up my travel excitement. However, I realize not every traveler enjoys this task. Packing is more of a chore for many, especially when time can be an issue.…Continue
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Just published our latest blog on Tower Hill an inactive volcanic crater Travel Australia Blog…Continue
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Photography is an important element of any wedding. The moments and hours will pass so quickly that without good photographs to look back on, your wedding day will be a distant memory in years to come.
If you're unable to find a quality wedding photographer at your…
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London Travel Tips | Day 1: Dublin
Dublin bathes in scenes of Victorian era pubs and rows of Georgian townhouses. You could spend a lifetime appreciating its colored doors and laid back style. However, if you only have a week in Ireland, Dublin is doable in a day for first timers looking to see some of the major sights.
The national museums are free for visitors…Continue
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1. Check оn thе location аnd proximity tо thе shops, beach, highways аnd businesses. If уоu аrе lооkіng fоr seclusion, mаkе ѕurе іt іѕ а safe area thаt саn bе reached safely іn аll weather conditions. Holiday homes аlѕо stand unoccupied fоr mаnу days оf thе year аnd іt іѕ important tо kеер іt tidy аnd secure tо prevent unwelcome visitors weathers its human or animals Whеn thеrе іѕ food іn а home, thе ants, cockroaches аnd beetles tend tо tаkе оvеr аnd mаnу оf thіѕ type оf property hаvе…Continue
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The island group has a population of 106,405, mostly composed by those of Afro-Caribbean descent. It was the formal Danish West Indies, they were sold to the United States by Denmark.
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Island Hopping in the Caribbean
More and more tourists are discovering that an island hopping experience is the best tourist attraction for any tropical vacation. You get to see more islands and take in the beauty of untouched nature of places no…Continue
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A Simple Guide to Destination Weddings in the Caribbean
Destination weddings are growing in popularity as people are coming to realise that this kind of wedding can be less expensive than a traditional church style wedding. Statistics show that around one third of people who marry, are choosing a destination wedding for their special day.…
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Why Should I have a Wedding in St Lucia?
• A wedding in St Lucia is less expensive. An average wedding in Europe would cost around $25,000 dollars. On the other hand, a grand wedding in St Lucia will cost between $1,000-$6,000 dollars.
• St Lucia weddings are unique. The traditional wedding is so commonplace that couples are looking for something a little more unique and fun. How many weddings have you attended that you do not…Continue
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The Caribbean islands are among the top 10 package holiday destinations among British tourists as well. If you planning on setting sail on an exciting island hopping holiday, ten of the most popular Caribbean holiday islands are:
No Caribbean holiday is ever complete without a stopover in…Continue
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A lot of first-time visitors to Venice expect to see just the occasional canal snaking through hundreds of traditional streets, but this isn’t the case at all. In this wonderful location, the canals ARE the streets, and you’ll find hundreds of boats where you would have expected to see hundreds of motor cars instead.
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