Destination Overview


The country of Cameroon contains all the beauties of Africa is an ancestral land with sea, desert, and waterfalls within. With its 400 km of coastline, Cameroon offers lovers of seaside tourism the possibility of spending a dream vacation on natural beaches while admiring picturesque bays, islets, and mangroves. Cameroon has seven national parks containing a rich animal species representative of the African fauna. Cultural tourism derives its richness from the traditional architecture, folklore, and cuisine.




GMT +1


CFA franc


French, English


Christianity, Islam


26 Million

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The far northern tip of Cameroon has a warm steppe climate, becoming a warm desert climate at Lake Chad. The vast majority of Cameroon however has to deal with the three different tropical climates. Part of the country is one of the wettest areas of the continent of Africa. Large parts have a fairly constant temperature of around thirty degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) during the day year-round and 20 to 24 degrees Celsius (68-75° F) at the end of the night.

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Top Highlights

Untouched Wildlife

As far as safari tourism is concerned, one could easily assert that Cameroon has taken the lion’s share, with modern parks and reserves, and a magnificent fauna over the country once called the heaven of birds. There are seven national parks in Cameroon, with the most interesting and properly maintained one being the Waza Park in the Far North Region. These parks have a good variety of animal species found in Africa.

Real African Taste

Just like the society, the Cameroonian gastronomy is a mosaic of flavours, whose development is provided by a rising class of well trained and experienced local restaurateurs. Social support networks among kin and friends are held together symbolically with gifts of cooked and uncooked food. In Cameroon, the food is as vast and beautiful as the country itself which is why it is known as the land of a thousand flavours.

Ancient Traditions

Cameroon is full of different customs and traditions. A lot of diversity can be observed in the way of life, the folklore, the religion, housing, and culinary habits. The oval houses of the Massa people in the north are unique in design in the world. The historical artefacts that abound in Cameroon are a testimony of the creative nature of the people, while the monuments and other vestiges of past events attest to the colonial history of the country.

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Frankfurt am Main

Definitely a city of contrasts, where tradition and the modern are nestled side by side in colourful harmony. Little wonder that Frankfurt is called “Mainhattan” with its skyscrapers of all shapes and sizes.


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A city that is truly addictive. Anyone who has ever lived in the cathedral city never wants to leave again. It is the unique feeling, the result of a cheerful way of life and Mediterranean flair that captivates everyone.


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place that is known worldwide as the small wine town with the big name. Medieval grandeur in close proximity with half-timbered romanticism attract wine lovers from all over the world every year. The famous Drosselgasse has an international reputation.

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