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The country's capital, Yaounde, is situated about 170 miles to the southeast of Bali.
You should always know where your closest natural escape is. Here, it's Municipal Lake, 30 miles out of Bali.
Passionate about sports? Then you'll want to check the event schedule at Bamenda Muncipal Stadium, located 10 miles to the northeast in Bamenda.
We suggest hopping in a car and making your way to Bamenda. It's some 11 miles to the northeast and known for Bamenda Main Market and Bamenda Congress Hall.
Turn your journey through the region into a memorable adventure with some mountain climbing or hiking. They're well-liked activities here.
You won't have to bring that heavy guidebook if you go on a few wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris. Your reputable tour guide can give you the most insightful local knowledge there is!
If you find yourself stuck in a storm, take refuge in one of the region's art museums, craft workshops and palaces.
It's hard to think of a more interesting way to learn about the local area than by heading over to its open-air markets.
To really experience a destination is to try its food and drink, so prepare to gnaw, nibble, sip and swig your way around Cameroon. The only thing you need to take with you is a robust appetite!
Typical food here often includes plantains and rice, two ingredients for which this part of the world is known for serving up.
When in Bali, dine like the locals do. That means tucking into a plate of banana bread or zom (spinach with meat), some of the area's signature recipes.
"Stressed" spelled backwards is "desserts", and we don't believe in coincidences. There's no more delicious way to let your worries melt away than with fried plantains, a treat that's often found on dinner tables here.
For lovers of a decent pint, get comfortable at a nearby bar and request Castel. Enjoy a glass with a side of storytelling and mingling with the regulars.
Your visit to the Cameroon region is certain to be much more satisfying if you put in a little effort to learn a few of the local phrases. "Bonjour" is how they say "good morning". "Je viens de.." ("I am from..") is one more you might need.
What better way to learn about the culture of a place than by involving yourself in a day of national celebration? There'll be plenty of festivities arranged for Republic Day on the 20th of May.
Thankfully Bali isn't planning on moving anywhere, so this "À plus tard" has no need to be your last!
Ready to fly back home? Pack your bag, set the alarm clock and plan a route to Malabo International Airport (SSG). It's about 170 miles to the southwest.