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                n The Benedictines’ museum in Mont Febe Yaoundé;
n The rock of Vimli, 7 km from Mbalmayo;
n Ebogo tourist site, 12 km from Mbalmayo;
n The waterfall of Ngo-Ngock Lipo, located on Ngong River, 11 km from Eseka.
Known for its rich forest species and natural reserves, the rising sun Region, of which Bertoua is the capital city, is a popular destination for wild- life tourism and deeper discovery of Cameroon. Here, the traveler will have pleasant surprises.
n Mount Bandi, with its three peaks; n Lokebe Lake, a drinking area
for wild animals;
n The gold mines in Kambele and Betare-Oya;
n The Dja Wildlife Reserve of the Dja, Messamena Sub-division;
n The Mali Waterfalls, 7 km from Nkoya a locality housing a ranch.
The Far-North region is known for its picturesque nature. It remains in all times, a favourite destina- tion in Cameroon, with its woodland, shell-shaped
huts, and comfortable hotels. Many tourist attrac- tions draw special attention.
n The Waza National Park, created in 1934, is the largest wildlife reserve in French-spea- king Africa, where elephants, giraffes, lions, and many species of rare bird species can be found;
n Ondjila village, surrounded by a three century old gate;
n The Maroua market (capital of the Far-North Region), where one will buy handbags of crocodile skin, decorated ostrich eggs, belts of snakeskin;
n The Kirdi area on the mountains, with the Rhumsiki village and its admirable set;
n The city of Mokolo and its iron civilization with the primitive blast furnaces;
n The city of Mora, pleasant and appreciated stop.
Douala, the largest city and the top place to do business in Cameroon, with its port, international airport and factories; it is the economic lung of Cameroon. The Littoral Region is generally the reflection of its capital, a region where business is booming. That is why it totals 35% of the hotels in Cameroon.
 Tello Waterfalls, 45 km away from Ngaoundere in the Adamawa Region

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