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Introduction Cameroon a piece of land stretched over 375000 square kilometers is located in central Africa It is inhabited by a population of about 15000000 who make up about 200 ethnic groups and speak about the same number of languages regrouped into 24 major ones But thanks to the official languages which are English and French they come to an understanding of each other Due to its median location and its people issuing from a variety of backgrounds this country has a lot to offer in the field of tourism in terms of culture landscape or nature A little introduction or overview of this country will give us an idea of what it is like The large expanse of savannah which covers the North of the country is home to the biggest national parks and reserves The country can boast of possessing 9 major parks and reserves 6 of which are found up north One of these the Waza Park is actually the biggest and most preserved park of West and Central French Africa In this park visitors can enjoy observing wildlife like that of Elephants lions and Giraffes Other natural sites one can admire in the North are for example the big lake Lagdo which is home to animals like crocodiles and hippopotamuses and the sumptuous peaks some volcanic like those of the region of Kapsiki This part of the country which is hanging at 850 m in altitude also offers beautiful sceneries at night with its famous starry clear nights In addition one has the possibility of visiting old caves that are like sprinkled everywhere in the dry North The culture of the area is also of great interest Already without talking to anyone the architecture is an eye-catcher The oval formed huts are nowhere else to be found The dressing of the people during traditional feast
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