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Coastal Cameroon is a region of Cameroon. The northern segment of coastal Cameroon is called Ambazonia.


Map of Coastal Cameroon
  • 1 Buea (English speaking)
  • 2 Douala
  • 3 Kribi (French speaking)
  • 4 Kumba
  • 5 Limbe (English speaking)

Other destinations[edit]

  • 1 Douala-Edea Reserve. an undeveloped reserve that is the home of forest elephants and primates, particularly monkeys. On both sides of Sanaga River near Mouanko.


Get in[edit]

Douala International Airport (DLA IATA)

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Mount Cameroon. An active volcano and the highest mountain in Cameroon at 4,040 metres. Also of related note is popular volcanic Lake Barombi next to Kumba with its population of endangered cichlids.
  • 2 Chutes d'Ekom, +237 6 50 46 68 17. A dramatic waterfall with three separate channels.
  • 3 Makombé River. Tributary of the Wouri River. Also flows through a tropical area of its inherent forest reserve. Makombé River (Q21039556) on Wikidata Makombé River on Wikipedia




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