Cameroon, with its population of some nineteen million, is
located in western central Africa having 249 miles of coast on the Gulf of Guinea
/Atlantic Ocean coastline known as the Bight of Biatra.
Cameroon is further
bordered by Nigeria to its west, Chad to its north-east, the
Central African Republic to its east and Equatorial Guinea, Gabon
and the Republic of the Congo to its south.
Slightly larger than
California, Cameroon is sometimes referred to as 'Africa in
Miniature' with golden beaches, tropical rainforests, lakes,
deserts, savannahs as well as volcanic mountain ranges and an
abundance of wildlife including lions and elephants.