Brief Facts About Cameroon

Cameroon is located in a tropical region with the terrain consisting of flat plains, mountains and coastal plain.
Cameroon shares a border with six countries namely: Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo, Central African Republic, Chad, and Nigeria.
Cameroon has soil rich of minerals and enriched by natural resources like oil, timber, hydroelectric power, natural gas, cobalt, nickel, iron ore and uranium.
Cameroon is famous for producing coffee, cocoa, cotton, bananas and oilseeds.
Cameroon has the tallest mountain in West Africa, Mount Cameroon. It’s an active volcano that stands over 4095 meters.
Debuncha is at the foot of the Cameroon Mountains and records annual rainfalls of 400 inches (10,000mm), this is about 20 times the annual rainfall recorded in England.It is the second wettest place in the world.
Cameroon has 7 national parks and Waza National Park is its most famous one with numerous elephants, lion, giraffe, antelope, antelope, and birdlife and has some of the richest flora and fauna found in Africa.
Oil extraction and cultivation of cocoa are the key sectors of their economy.
The famous volcano of Cameroon known locally as Mount Faka and the “Chariot of the Gods” is one of Cameroon’s main tourist attractions.
The natural world heritage sites based in Cameroon are Campo Ma’an National Park, Dja Faunal Reserve and La Chefferie De Bafut.
Cameroon has been called “Africa in miniature”. As one can see the wild animals, sunny beaches, mountains, extraordinary landscapes, forest walks and many other attractions which is spread all over the African Continent.

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