REASONS TO VISIT AND LOVE CAMEROON
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You’ve visited many African countries and feel like you have spent a lot or you have a vacation and your budget isn’t enough to explore more of Africa?
Visit Cameroon, one of the most blessed country in Africa often referred to as “Africa miniature” the 475,00 Kilometer Square is a host of a welcoming multi-race population with a multi-cultural lifestyle (including about 200 ethnic group with over 300 languages apart from colonial English and French), vast natural reserves with more than 500 species of animals, almost 200 species of birds, about 8200 species of plants ( with some rare and last species only found in Cameroon), water falls, lakes, and aquatic species you can only, find in Cameroon. It’s bordered to several countries including Nigeria to the west, Chad and Niger to the North, central Africa republic to the East, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and DR Congo to the south given it divest terrain, and beautiful mountainous chains rising from the Atlantic ocean ride deep to Nigeria.
Just in few paragraphs below you may want to get your reasons to visit and love to stay in Cameroon.
Cameroon being blessed with two presidents have been able to stand out among other African countries with a peaceful sociopolitical environment for more than four decades and often known as a paradise for peace given it a meeting point for most top official submits in subSaharan Africa and other world NGO’s including educational, sportive and religion organizations. Who won’t like to live in a peaceful environment?
In Cameroon you will find all Race and your belief or religion are a civil right and therefore both Christian, Muslim and other African religions are wide spread around the country which is a plus for any visitor who may believe or practices any of such religion.
Besides the religion’s aspect is the high taste of its unique cuisine, due to its many ethnic groups and colonial history( of three different European countries) Cameroon harbor a large variety of dishes you may not want to miss out.
Being bilingual with the world most spoken languages (English and French as national languages) , the pigmy tribe, the Bororo’s, the Hauser’s and many other cultural attributes and tribes and many ethnic languages around Africa but most especially their choice of living together in diversity is one of the most special things about this welcoming people of about 200 tribes living together as one.
Amongst its beautiful cities like Yaoundé (political capital), Douala( economic capital) are also Buea and Bamenda with a relatively European climate at all time and beautiful road network with beautiful landscape views. You won’t want to miss the outstanding Royal palaces of its different kingdoms like the Bafut and Bamun palaces, just to name but few.
With more than 500 classic hotels, Cameroon also host 4 telecom networks to ease mobile communication and easy internet access. You won’t want to miss a life time opportunity if you ever get one to visit this lovely country Cameroon, ‘Africa in a Triangle’.
Stephane absolutely loves traveling and sharing all of his incredible travel experiences to inspire others to do the same. he is based in Bamenda and work as Data scientist but travel is a passion. From pristine beaches to incredible sunsets and unique spots, his travel content
is an invitation for travelling to Cameroon now!
- Mbah Stephane Willy, a Bamenda based traveler
Travel Writer for TDO
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BEST TIME TO VISIT CAMEROON
November to February
January to February
June to August