- Douala - Wikipedia
Douala (German: Duala) is the largest city in Cameroon and its economic capital It is also the capital of Cameroon's Littoral Region Home to Central Africa's largest port and its major international airport, Douala International Airport (DLA), it is the commercial and economic capital of Cameroon and the entire CEMAC region comprising Gabon, Congo, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Central African
- Supermaritime Group - Douala - Cameroon
Africa - Cameroon - Douala Douala city is situated on the shore of the Wouri River The 1800 meters long Wouri bridge connects Douala with the port of Bonaberi
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- Travel Advice and Advisories for Cameroon
Far North region and Mayo-Louti Department - Avoid all travel Avoid all travel to the Far North region and Mayo-Louti Department in the North region The security conditions are unpredictable in these zones due to the increased threat of frequent attacks by the extremist group Boko Haram, banditry and kidnappings
- Cameroon travel - Lonely Planet
The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office advise against all travel to the Bakassi Peninsula, and to within 40km of the borders with Chad and Nigeria's Adamawa state in Cameroon's North and Adamaoua provinces