NORTH – WEST
Situated at an average height of 1.550m (4,650 ft) above sea-level, the North-West is a region of high plateaus dominated by a mountain range which culminates in the Oku Mountains at an altitude of over 3.000m (9,000 ft). Its relief is covered in grassland offering a captivating spectacle characterized by the panoramic contrast between plains surrounded by mountain ranges, and deep valleys which sometimes shelter…Continue
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Richly endowed by nature, the West has often been compared to the Auvergne region of France. It is a region of valleys through which fine rivers flow to be interrupted only by waterfalls. The West offers up a rise of round-topped mountains, the heritage left by extinct volcanoes. The climate here is temperate and certain health resorts, such as Dschang and Bangou, the average annual temperature recorded in…Continue
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A mirror image of Cameroon itself, the region of the South is an all-inclusive destination. Like an enormous green mantle, the tropical forest, a zone particularly suited to agricultural and ecotourism, provides its visitors with the chance to meet Pygmies – the first inhabitants of the forest.
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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.
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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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Useful information to ensure that your needs onboard are fulfilled
SAFETY: Your comfort and safety is important onboard. Please refer to the safety leaflet in your seat pocket.SMOKING: Prohibited on all flights.SEAT ADJUSTMENTS: The position of your seat can be adjusted by pressing the button located in the arm rest. For take-off and landing, all seats must be in the…Continue
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Tips on how to reach your destination feeling fresh, relaxed and rejuvenated.
• Try to get a good night’s sleep before your flight, eat a light meal and take some gentle exercise before travelling.
• Wear loose, comfortable clothing and shoes that are not too restrictive.
• On longer journeys low cabin humidity can cause dry eyes, nose and throat. Drink plenty of water and fruit juice (keeping alcohol, tea and coffee to a minimum as these can lead to dehydration). Drinking little…
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How to choose a reliable and good Cameroon tour operator? Unless you’re a veteran traveler who can manage traveling alone or know Cameroon well, it would be wise to opt for a good and reliable tour operator. There are a number of tour operators in Cameroon and most of them offer tailor-make tour packages and business tours. So how do you choose the best tour company of Cameroon? Here’s a list of key factors to consider in…Continue
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The Waza National Park covers anarea of 170,000 hectares and includes lions, giraffes, elephants, cobs, ostriches, sassabies (antelopes), leopards, waterbuck, etc. It is the most famous park in Cameroon and one of the most spectacular in French-speaking Africa. Located in the Far North Region, 120km from Maroua, it is a haven for the big cats and other animal species as well for many varieties of birds. This park is…Continue
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Situated on the west coast of Africa, Cameroon is bounded by the Gulf of Guinea, Nigeria, Chad, the Central African Republic, Congo, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea. The country to the northwest is beautiful; volcanic peaks covered by bamboo forest rise to over 2000 m (6500 ft), with…Continue
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Bénoué National Park
Covering 180,000 hectares(444,790 acres), this national park is home to buffalo, hippopotamuses, crocodiles, hyena, giraffes, panthers, lions and a variety of primates, and can be visited all year round.
Bouba Ndjidah National Park
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Few tourists visit Cameroon'sNational Parks and therefore the beauty and splendor of the wildlife and flora are virtually untouched by human influences.
Cameroon National and Wildlife Parks: Waza National Park, Korup National Park and Dja Reserve
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Cameroon ecotourismpromotes responsible tourism practices within the tourism industry. This entails encouraging the adoption of best practices in the use of tourism resources, working with local communities and managing wastes and emissions.
According to The International…
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