HOLIDAY IN CAMEROON > AFRICA
Provinces in Cameroon : Adamaoua, Central Cameroon, East Cameroon, Extreme-North, Littoral, North
Cameroon, Northwest Cameroon, West Cameroon, South Cameroon and Southwest Cameroon.
Located at the Atlantic Ocean in West Africa and bordering Nigeria, Chad, Central African Republic, Republic Congo, Gabon and Equatorial Guinee.
Capital City of Cameroon: Yaounde
hotels, tour operators - cameroon tours, travel guides, travel to cameroon
Hotels in Cameroon
- Hotel in Douala
Ibis Douala [ In the city centre; Parking + Restaurant + Meeting room ].
Hotel Mercure Yaounde Centre [ Recently built hotel located in the centre of Yaounde, 1 km from the
convention centre and 25 km from the airport ] and Hilton Yaounde [ Situated in the heart of the city centre, within walking distance of the Government ministries and commercial centre ].
Faro National Park in Adamaoua, north Cameroon
National Park of Campo [ South Cameroon ]
Nature Reserve Dja
National Park of NKI
National Park Waza [ Extreme-Nord ] - well known and easy to reach
See also World Conservation Monitoring Centre.
National Park of Benoue [ North Cameroon ]
Travel Agents / Tour operators
Create your perfect trip to Cameroon - Flight, Hotel and Car
Travel Guides Cameroon / Related Books
Cameroon (Bradt Travel Guide) - Ben West (Author)
This edition of Cameroon features every aspect of travel in the little-known west African country. Cameroon offers 'pygymy' hunting camps deep in the rainforest,
Arabic-speaking trading towns, ancient tribal kingdoms, mountain scenery, and fabulous beaches. Its varied population bears Muslim, Christian, British and
French influences and although officially bilingual, around 160 different African dialects are spoken. Wildlife watching is a prime reason for visiting this corner of
West Africa: this book incorporates a useful field guide to the main species of animals in Cameroon, recommendations on birding from experts and the best
habitats to be found in the reserves, national parks and conservation areas. Ben West is a freelance journalist and author of three previous guidebooks. His
articles have covered more than 20 countries in Europe and Africa.
Paperback: 256 pages; Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides; 2 edition (2 July 2008); ISBN-10: 1841622486; ISBN-13: 978-1841622484.
Cameroon: In Pictures - Rudolf Steiner
An introduction to the geography, history, economy, government, people, and culture of this central African country situated on the Atlantic coast.
Hardcover: 64 pages; Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group; New edition edition (1 Oct 1989); ISBN-10: 0822518570; ISBN-13: 978-0822518570.
A Zoo in My Luggage - by Gerald Malcolm Durrell, Ralph Thompson (Illustrator)
Paperback 198 pages (July 2005); Publisher: Penguin Books
Transport / How do I travel to Cameroon
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Airline Tickets / Bargain Flights
Maps International -
Maps of Africa
Mapsinternational.co.uk is one of the largest map shops online.
Cameroon Road Map at Amazon
Online Map of Cameroon [ Uni Texas - Perry-Castañeda Library - Map Collection ]
Ministry of Tourism in Cameroon
Government - Republic of Cameroon
Yaounde - Capital city of Cameroon
Bafla [ brousse market ]
Bafoussam - provincial capital Ouest in Cameroon
The town is a business centre for the area. Coffee, tea and tobacco are grown here.
Bamenda - provincial capital Nord-Ouest
Together with Buea the only town in Cameroon where English is spoken.
Bertoua - provincial capital in East Cameroon
Buéa - provinciehoofdstad van Sud-Ouest
Buéa is mainly known for people coming to climb Mount Cameroon.
Douala [ Littoral ] - largest city of Cameroon
Ebolowa - provincial capital Sud in Cameroon and surrounded by tropical forest
Foubam [ palace of the sultan ]
Garoua - provincial capital North province Cameroon at the river Benoue
Thanks to the river Benoue the town of Garoua has the largest inland port of Cameroon. The river Benoue is one of the important side rivers of the Niger.
Limbe [ fishing, zoo ]
Maroua - capital city province Extrême Nord [ Extreme North ]
Maroua is mainly Islam.
Ngaoundere - provincial capital Adamaoua
Fons Palace at Bafut [ Northwest Cameroon ]
Gorge de Kola [ North Cameroon ]
Heiligdom van Memgame [ Zuid-Kameroen ] - Nature Reserve with gorilla's
Kapsiki - rock formations
At the border with Nigeria, at Ruhmsiki, the Kapsiki rise to the sky [ puntige, alleenstaande rotsformaties ]. Zie Maroua - tourist capital of Cameroon
Kribi [ South Cameroon ]
Limbe [ Southwest Cameroon ]
Meer van Mapé [ West Cameroon ]
Mount Cameroon [ Southwest Cameroon ] - Vulkaan in Kameroen
De vulkaan heeft een hoogte van 4095 meter en is daarmee de hoogste berg in West-Afrika. De berg is populair bij bergbeklimmers en lopers.
Ring Road [ Noordwest-Kameroen ]
Waterfalls of Ekom
Waterfalls of Lobé [ Zuid-Kameroen ]
Waterfalls of Menchum [ Northwest Cameroon ]
News from Cameroon - Cameroononline.org
News from Cameroon - Pesse de la Nation [ French language ]
University of Cameroon - Université de Yaounde
Cuisine - Cameroon Foods / Recipes
The cuisine of Cameroon is one of the most varied in Africa due to its location on the crossroads between the
north, west, and centre of the continent; added to this is the profound influence of French food, a legacy of the colonial era...
History of Cameroon
Independence: 1 January 1960 (from UN trusteeship under French administration)
History of Cameroon - Wikipedia
Early history, Colonisation, Cameroon since independence.
Swedish Ventures in Cameroon, 1883-1923: Trade and Travel, People and Politics
By Shirley Ardener (Editor)
The 1880's were a critical time in Cameroon. A German warship arrived in the Douala estuary and proclaimed
Cameroon a protectorate. At that time, two Swedes, Knutson and Waldau, were living on the upper slopes of
the Cameroon Mountain. Very little is known about their activities. One of them, Knutson, wrote a long memoir
of his time in Cameroon (1883-1895) which is published here for the first time. It gives fascinating insights into
everyday life in Cameroon and into the multifaceted relationships among the various Europeans, and between them and the Africans, at the end of the 19th century. Together with appended contemporary
correspondence, legal opinions, and early (translated) texts, this memoir must be considered as a unique and invaluable primary source for the pre-colonial history of Cameroon.
Paperback 352 pages (August 31, 2000); Publisher: Berghahn Books
Middlemen of the Cameroons Rivers: Duala and Their Hinterland, 1600-1960 (African Studies)
By Ralph A. Austen, Ralph Derrick, Jonathan Derrick
The Duala people entered the international scene as merchant-brokers for precolonial trade in ivory, slaves
and palm products. Under colonial rule they used the advantages gained from earlier riverain trade to develop
cocoa plantations and provide their children with exceptional levels of European education. At the same time
they came into early conflict with both German and French regimes and played a leading - if ultimately
unsuccessful - role in anti-colonial politics. In tracing these changing economic and political roles, this book
also examines the growing consciousness of the Duala as an ethnic group and uses their history to shed
new light on the history of 'middleman' communities in surrounding regions of West and Central Africa. The
authors draw upon a wide range of written and oral sources, including indigenous accounts of the past
conflicting with their own findings but illuminate local conceptions of social hierarchy and their relationship to spiritual beliefs.
Paperback 266 pages (January 21, 1999); Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Music, Art & Culture
Music of Cameroon
The best-known Music of Cameroon is makossa, a popular style that has gained fans across Africa, and its related dance craze bikutsi ...
A History of Bikutsi Music in Cameroon
Bikut-si music is historically rooted in the cultural traditions of the Beti people. The Beti today comprise roughly
one half million people, divided into the Ewondo, Bulu, and Eton clans. Despite subtle group differences, the
Beti language is the common thread that unites these groups with a common Cameroonian identity and history. ...
Culture of Cameroon - Culture_du_Cameroun [ French language ]
Culture and Customs of Cameroon - by John Mukum Mbaku
A definitive accessible introduction to modern Cameroon Cameroon has been called "Africa in miniature." It is
characterized by exceptional social and ethnic diversity, with more than 250 ethnicities now forming five
major regional-culture groupings. This volume is the first to encapsulate Cameroon's rich indigenous and
modern customs and traditions in depth. The narrative emphasizes those aspects that define its modern
nation, its peoples, the unique societies, their institutions, and various lifestyles. The origins of Cameroon's
diverse culture are traced back to the various ethnic groups and languages as well as the influence of
European colonialism, Christianity, Islam, and other external factors, including globalization. In each topical
chapter, examples from ethnic groups are presented to give some sense of the variety of experience.
Cameroon has had a turbulent and eventful modern history with German, English, and French incursions, and
students and general readers will be able to understand the current struggle for democracy. The history
colours the substantial coverage of the many topics examined, from education, to marriage and women's
roles, sports, and holidays, daily life, the arts, and much more.. Part of the Culture and Customs of Africa series. The first book of this kind to cover Cameroon
Hardcover 248 pages (June 30, 2005); Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group Inc
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