Located in the heart of Africa, Cameroon is filled with volcanoes, beaches, rainforests, and more. Filled with life, Cameroon is home to many industrial cities and nature. Natural parks are a must-see in the area with Gorillas being a popular animal to find. Gorillas can be commonly found in the Campo Ma’an National Park along with other wildlife, including elephants, giraffes, and hyenas. While nature sights are a top priority, stopping by Cameroon’s capital Yaounde should be another. The capital is filled with many buildings and rising terrain. A city that sits below an active volcano, Mount Cameroon is known as Limbe. Filled with botanical gardens, waterfalls, and parks, Limbe is the perfect spot to view nature and wildlife.
Cameroon has many food specialties with brochettes being one of them. Brochettes are similar to a barbecued kebab made up of chicken, goat, or beef. The best time to immerse into Cameroon’s culture and food are during culture week, generally observed in August or September. Occurring all over the country, the days invoice music shows, sports, dances, wrestling, and more.