Africa: Cameroon

Cameroon - that is pure black Africa! Dense rainforest, pygmies, bongos and duiker. But also open savannah, the mighty Lord Derby Eland, dwarf buffalo and lion. Hardly any other country in West Africa has so many different landforms. Hardly any other country offers such different types of hunting. 

Those who hunt for the warily bongo in the humid rainforest under the guidance of experienced pygmies will never forget these hours. The hunt for this probably 'most beautiful' spin horn antelope is certainly the highlight in the life of every passionate African hunter. But Cameroon has much more to offer: hunting for the small duiker, stalking the savannah buffalo, Lord Derby Eland or lion, on sitatunga, bushbuck or brush-eared pig.


Informations Cameroon

Cameroon is located in West Africa and borders to Nigeria, the Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. With a size of 475,442 square kilometers and only just under 36 million inhabitants sparsely populated. The interior consists mainly of flat plateaus, in the west and northwest are the highest mountain rainforests in West Africa. The typical rainforest can be found in the south of the country. Because of its diversity, Cameroon also likes to be known as 'Africa in the little one'.





Lord Derby Eland