Yaoundé Tourism ...Food and places to visit…
Cameroon National Museum: Located in the capital city of Yaoundé, this historic building dates from 1930s when the colonial masters were still in control of the territory. It later served as a presidential residence as from 1960s when Cameroon had its independence from France till 2001. It provides a trip through Cameroon’s history and is composed of tribal objects from around the country, including garments and drums.
The Mvog Betsi Zoo is located at Melen in Yaounde and is run by the Ministry of Forestery and Wildlife (MINFOF), in Yaounde Cameroon and there is found a wide range of species, including big cats, reptiles and birds of prey. Being one of the main tourist attraction, it serves simultaneously as a space for the housing and rehabilitation of animals as well as a space for educating and entertaining the public.
Poulet D. G – Forget about le Directeur General (boss). Anyone can make this Elitist Chicken dish . It’s now available in every restaurant in Cameroon
Ndole- At the top of my favorite Cameroonian food is Ndole. Oh yes! And it’s rumored to be the un-official Cameroon National dish.