Cameroon What to Pack

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    A rucksack over a suitcase anyday. Travel is hard work in cameroon so the comfier the better. A good pair of waterproof, breathable hiking boots are essential. Along with a lightweight waterproof jacket in case of any showers. A good razor and shaving foam/soap. If you wear perfume or aftershave bring it with you as you cannot buy it here....

  • Don't forget your umbrella!

    When visiting in the rainy season (March - September) sporradic heavy rain showers are common after 13:00. Sooooooo Don't forget your umbrella! Or you can buy one cheap from any market for around 1000cfa.

  • Information book (dutch)

    Jean MentensHakken in Kameroen ISBN: 90-6728-131-x 2001In Cameroon, as in many other countries in the South, a process of deforestation is taking place directly and indirectly caused by intensive industrial logging. As a consequence of this, illegal exploitation of wood and commercial hunting have rapidly been added to "legal" logging, using the...

  • Novel/Tales (Dutch)

    Bibliotheca AfricanaDjeki ISBN: 90-389-1116-5 2000This beautiful Douala epic belongs to the mythological genre and contains a wealth of references to the beliefs and initiation rites of this water people.

  • History

    Cameroon StudiesKingdom of Mount Cameroon ISBN: 1-57181-044-7 1996The Bakweri people of Mount Cameroon, have had a varied and at times exciting history which had brought them into contact, not only with other West African peoples, but with mercants, missionaries, soldiers and administrators from Portugal, Holland, England, Jamaica, Sweden,...

  • History

    African StudiesMiddlemen of the Cameroons Rivers ISBN: 0-521-56664-9 1999The Duala people entered the international scene as merchant-brokers for precolonial trade in ivory, slaves and palm products.Under colonial rule they used the advantages gained from earlier riverain tradeto develop cocoa plantations and provide their children with...

  • Mosquito nets and repellents

    Malaria is a big problem in tropical Africa. So bring long sleeved shirts and a mosquito net to protect you. Useful is also a good repellent. And you should not forget to take malaria drugs as a prophylaxis. At the moment the best drug is Malarone.

  • It will rain in a Rainforest!

    When you're traveling in tropical rainforests, you shouldn't forget your poncho, it covers your body, but also your backpack.And that is what you need when you don't want to sleep in a wet tent and sleeping bag.YOU CAN'T CONTROLE THE FORCES OF NATURE!!!

  • Take care of Malaria

    Toiletries & Medical Supplies:There is a growing risk that people who travel to tropical and sub-tropical regions may contract malaria. At the same time, malaria prevention and treatment is becoming increasingly complicated by developing resistance. LARIAM is a widely used prescription medication that is highly effective at preventing and...


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