Exploring Tourism in Cameroon
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The Bouba-Ndjida National Park in northeastern Cameroon is one of the richest game reserves in Africa: elephants, giraffes, lions, leopards, hippos and antelope roam through the park in such numbers that one can confidently speak of a wildlife paradise. Already in 1968, the area that is at 2,200 square kilometers, almost the size of the Saarland, a National Park. Together with the Sena Oura National Park in neighboring Chad both now form a transnational reserve. that includes 220, 000 hectares of land and tourists and travelers can see black rhinoceros and antelope, once they come here. Enjoy the sight of a lion roaming freely or sitting in the park.

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