Cameroon Travel Guide
West African Cameroon borders Chad to the north-east, Nigeria to the west, the Central African Republic to the east and to the south Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of the Congo.
With large areas of rainforest, majestic mountains, and arid deserts, Cameroon has many of the most iconic African landscapes within its borders.
After the first World war the country was split into French Cameroon and British Cameroon and the country is split into French and English speaking regions.
There are a variety of wildlife such as giraffes, hyenas and elephants at the large number of natural parks in the country. Gorillas are common in the south of the country in the Campo Ma’an National Park.