an extraordinary ethnic diversity
Cameroon has an extraordinary mixture of populations with more than 240 tribes which are found in three main ethnic groups; Bantus, Semi-Bantus and Sudanese. The number of national languages spoken in the country is more than 240. The most notable tribes are:
- BANTUS: Beti, Bassa, Bakundu, Maka, Douala, Pygmies
- SEMI-BANTUS: Bamileke, Gbaya, Bamoun, Tikar…
- SUDANESE: Fulbe, Mafa, Toupouri, Shoa-Arabs, Moundang, Massa, Mousgoum.