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Cameroon Visa Requirements For Tourists

April 25th, 2010
Since the 1970's, Cameroon's government has been encouraging the development of the country's tourism industry, which has been growing slowly but steadily. There's a lot to love about Cameroon-fascinating people, flawless beaches, and an amazing variety of wildlife. What keeps people away? According to Lonely Planet's guide to the country, "Cameroon’s tourist industry is a victim of geography. It sits in a tough neighbourhood, bordered by some problematic countries." According to the US Department of State, Cameroon also has a high crime rate, so do be careful, especially if you decide to venture out of the well-known tourist industries. However, these cautions aside, Cameroon does have a lot to offer the careful traveler.  Cameroon encompasses a diverse variety of habitats and

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Cameroon Visa Requirements For Dja Faunal Reserve

January 30th, 2010
This week's featured UNESCO  World Heritage site is the Dja Faunal Reserve in Cameroon. The Reserve was first listed as a World Heritage site in 1987  for it's rich biodiversity.  The UNESCO site calls it "one of the largest and best-protected rainforests in Africa, with 90% of its area left undisturbed." Inside the reserve, you can find various types of primates, including monkeys, lowland gorillas and chimpanzees. Elephants, leopards and wild hogs roam the forest, while two threatened species of crocodile swim in the Dja River, which provides a natural border for the southern edge of the park . The Dja Faunal Reserve is not just home to animals, however. People live there, too.  In the forest, a small group of Pygmies lives a (mostly) traditional lifestyle. To visit the Djal

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Visas for Mountain-Climbing in Cameroon

November 5th, 2009
Mt. Cameroon is the  tallest mountain in West Africa. The still-active volcano soars 13,500 above sea level. Occasionally, it erupts. According to the Cameroon Consulate to Australia, the last major eruption happened in March of 1999. The volcano also erupted in 1982, interrupting the filming of the movie Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan. Tourists can climb Mt Cameroon with the help of guides and porters.  To schedule a trip, you should contact the Mount Cameroon Ecotourism Organization office: The Mount Cameroon Ecotourism Organisation P.O.Box 60 Buea S.W.P. Email: mountceo@iccnet2000.com What's it like to climb Mount Cameroon? For a detailed description of a climb with some excellent pictures, check out Ann Bowker's description of her climb up the mountain a few years ago.

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