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Towns of the Littoral Region

Douala

Edea

Douala

The economic capital of Cameroon, Douala, is the riches city of the Central African Sub-region. It is also the country's largest city inhabiting over 3 million people.
Douala is home to the country's major international airport and sea port. It is therefore the gateway of the country's international transactions.
The city has over 120 neighborhoods. If you're looking for business and general transactions in Douala, be sure to check Akwa. Bonanjo on the other hand is the city's administrative district.
Douala has a very warm and humid climate with annual average temperatures reaching 27 degrees Celsius.
The city center holds the country's most famous hotels and restaurants, coffee houses and both Italian-Greco and French-Style patisseries.
The city is linked to the rest of the country by the Douala Airport. A railroad also connects it with Yaoundé, Ngaoundéré, Kumba and Nkongsamba.
French is spoken on the streets and in shops, but a fair share of the population will understand English and the Cameroonian Pidgin English.

Edea

Edea (pronounced edeya) is an industrial town sitting along the long Sanaga River in Cameroon’s Littoral Region. With a population of over 125 000, Edea is one of the industrial towns of Cameroon, holding the country’s aluminum, bauxide, steel, paper and timber industries.
This town powers most of Cameroon and surrounding countries with its dam on the Sanaga. The vicinity also has some quarries, palm-oil mills, and cocoa and rubber plantations.
A developed road network links the city to the surrounding towns of Douala, Yaounde and Kribi. It also connects with Douala and Yaounde through a rail road crossing over the River Sanaga.
The main language of communication in this town is French.

 Destinations in the littoral Region