The boundary between Cameroon and Gabon was established by German and French Colonial powers in the late 19th century. It was finalized in 1908 and has not changed after both States’ independence in 1960. The boundary follows almost entirely rivers for 377 km from the tripoint with Equatorial Guinea in the west to the tripoint with the Republic of the Congo in the east.

Cameroon–Gabon land boundary map

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