The Northern part of Cameroon has been one of the touristic hubs in the country, attracting multitudes of tourists from all over the world.
Over the years, its dry and desert-like environment characterized by shrubs and other desert features as well as assorted wildlife found inside the Waza National Park has had a huge impact on the growth of the tourism sector in the region.
The gorgeous Kola Gorges located in the Guider district in the Mayo Louti Division, Far North Region is becoming increasingly popular amongst tourists visiting the region.
The Gorges of Kola have become the most visited area of the North region by tourists this year, giving the inhabitants of Kola the recognition they deserve.
The Kola Gorge stretches to 4km with visitors only able to access the interior of the Gorge through a navigable stream. The water levels of this Gorge are as deep as 350 meters, with fish that only appears on the shores and surface of the Gorge once in a year.
Mysterious stories also say that there is a strange chamber within the Gorge that houses some evil spirits.
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