Cameroon and Gabon are little developed
and barely known as tourist destinations, yet together
they have it all - from lush rainforests and idyllic
beaches to harsh desert savannah and every imaginable
landscape in between. It is little wonder this area
has been labeled 'Africa in miniature'.
Cameroon boasts Mount Cameroon, the
highest mountain in West Africa, which offers a challenging
ascent. For a less grueling trek, visit Waza National
Park for great savannah game-viewing.
Over three-quarters of Gabon is covered in
the Gabonese Jungle Belt rainforest. It is
the biggest intact forest area in Africa and one of
the largest in the world. Gabon also boasts Africa's
second largest freshwater delta - the Ogooue Delta.
Thanks to these two intense vegetations, Gabon hosts
a huge range of wildlife and plants with some great
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