Africa - Cameroon (Chapter)
This is the Cameroon chapter from Lonely Planet’s Africa guidebook.
Cameroon is a sultry mosaic of active volcanoes, white-sand beaches, thick rainforest and magnificent parched landscapes broken up by the bizarre rock formations of the Sahel. With good infrastructure, travel around this Francophone-Anglophone jigsaw is a lot easier than in many parts of Africa.
- explore the stunning verdant scenery, picturesque villages and rushing rivers in the region around Bamenda on the Ring Road
- don your hiking boots to climb the mist-shrouded slopes of West Africa’s highest peak, Mount Cameroon
- take in the charming scenery, volcanic-sand beaches and laid-back vibe at Cameroon’s most enjoyable seaside town, Limbe
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Yaoundé, Western Cameroon, Douala, Buea, Mt Cameroon, Limbe, Bamenda, The Ring Road, Bafoussam, Foumban, Southern Cameroon, Kribi, Ebolowa, Campo & Ebodjé, Northern Cameroon, N’Gaoundéré, Garoua, Maroua, Mandara Mountains, Parc National du Waza, Eastern Cameroon, Bertoua and Garoua-Boulaï.
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