Cameroon Political Map
Cameroon has a very central geographic position in all of Africa. In fact, some consider Lobeke National Park in far southeastern Cameroon as the center of Africa. On the other hand, it’s also like a hinge because it’s at a deflection point at the Gulf of Guinea. It borders six other countries. This includes Nigeria to the northwest, Chad to the northeast, the Central African Republic to the east, as well as Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and the Republic of the Congo to the south. Yaoundé is the capital city, but Douala is the largest metropolitan area.
Cameroon Satellite Map
Cameroon occupies an area of 475,442 square kilometers, which makes it larger than Sweden but smaller than Turkmenistan. The country lies slightly above the equator between 1° and 13°N latitudes. You can experience basically all types of climate and landscape in Cameroon such as deserts, savanna, rainforests, mountains, and coasts.
Cameroon Physical Map
Cameroon has four major geographic regions. First, the coastal plain extends from the Gulf of Guinea. Next, the South Cameroon Plateau rises in elevation away from the coastal plain. Then, the Cameroon Range contains an irregular chain of mountains, hills, and plateaus. At 4,040 m (13,250 ft), this includes Mount Cameroon which is Cameroon’s highest point and an active volcano. Finally, the Adamawa Plateau lies in north-central Cameroon.
Cameroon Regions Map
There are 10 regions in Cameroon. Then, regions can be subdivided into divisions/departments. Next, the smallest level of administrative units is at the level of sub-divisions and districts.