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Northern Cameroon is a geopolitical region in Cameroon administratively divided into three regions: the Far North Region, the North Region, and the Adamawa Region.

Travel Warning WARNING: Because of the risk of attacks by the Boko Haram extremist group, many governments recommend avoiding all travel to the Far North Region of Cameroon, the Bakassi peninsula, and anywhere near the borders with Chad, the CAR, and Nigeria.
Government travel advisories
(Information last updated Aug 2020)

Cities[edit]

Map of Northern Cameroon

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Understand[edit]

Get in[edit]

Garoua International Airport (GOU IATA)

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  • The village of Rhumsiki is one of Cameroon's popular tourist attractions, and is renowned for its lunar landscapes.
  • The chief's palace in Oudjilla, which the king is thought to have 50 wives and 113 children.

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Stay safe[edit]

Boko Haram, a Nigerian jihadist group, operates in the north of the country. They have kidnapped Europeans in the Northern parts of the country.

Bandits/highwaymen also operate in some parts of the north.

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