The capital of the Adamawa Region of Cameroun, Ngaoundere is a fast-growing city that's becoming increasingly popular with Cameroun natives looking to relocate, while its many natural wonders provide ample attractions for visitors to this part of Central Africa. The climate of the region is incredibly welcoming, with high temperatures throughout the year and impressive levels of humidity keeping the mercury high.
The region isn't well served for international travel, but chartered planes are available to the local airport. Road and rail links make connections from further afield an easy task.
Although many visitors overlook Ngaoundere when visiting the Adamawa Region, those prepared to do some planning will be rewarded. Ngaoundere offers a rich and long-standing history that tourists can unearth from exploring the region, while there's many regional palaces that are open to visitors upon request. There's also numerous natural wonders in the area, including unspoiled lakes and waterfalls and an epic cave system.
The city of Ngaoundere has a large Muslim population.The biggest attraction in the area is the lovely Lamido Grand Mosque. Grand in every sense, the architecture and serene beauty of the mosque is sure to leave any visitor wowed. Close by is the Faro National Park, close to the Nigerian border. The Faro National Park is famous for its hippopotamus colonies and the presence of cheetahs, rhinos and elephants.