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 The Dry Season

The Dry Season

The dry season runs approximately from November to February and its duration depends on the area of the country as its intensity varies. It has temperatures ranging from 22-26 degrees Celsius with that of the North soaring up to 40 in extreme cases. Despite the possibility that you might experience harmattan haze during much of this time which is capable of causing a cold or cough, the season has much to offer. In some parts of the country like in the grassfields it announces itself with the presence of grasshoppers and cattle egrets which are beautiful to watch. There is no better time to explore our warm and endowed fatherland, it is either you are reveling in the enthralling beaches of the country, going around and getting fascinated by the landscape or rich faunae or better still scaling the heights of the numerous mountains scattered all over the country, if you are lover of heightened adventure. The dry season puts no limits on your activities, it’s a time for you to go wild and free! Make hay while the sun……

 The Rainy Season

The Rainy Season

You just might miss out on a rare experience if you are in a haste to leave the country immediately the dry season is fading out. You need an experience of the first rains and trust me, it’s magical. Its sets your senses of sight, touch and smell at work as you can literally perceive that unique smell that spreads generously in the atmosphere when the first rains get cozy with the accumulated dust of the dry season. It generally has a main wet season from June to October, with light rain from March to June, being our season of rebirth; it forms a great picturesque view as our land fascinatingly glides into GREEN! It is an ideal time to enjoy the great taste of Cameroonian tea, experience the warming up effect our “Pepper Soup” delicacy, witnessed or play football in the rain on a field without grass. Nevertheless, the “ish” of the season is wetness and in some cases floods especially in the Far North and Coastal regions of Littoral and the South West. This period is generally muddy and renders some roads to the most beautiful destinations impassable.