North province Garoua : Garoua was founded in 1839 by the Kilba Peuls who settled along the banks of the Benue river and created a shepherds camp, on a height dominating the inundable plain. During the colonial period, Garoua was valorized to serve as a seaport and as a transit point. the Population here is constituted mainly by Folbe, Fali, Moundang, and Arab Choas. Most of them are muslims. The climate is a classical soudanese type of tropical climate. The temperature varies from 21 to 40 c.
Garoua and its environs :
The zoologic garden.
The river Benue with its Hippoppotamus nicknamed Africa.
The Handicraft center with its tradi – practitioners.
The dam with large quantities of fishes.
Frequently visited by birds .
Duck hunting is allowed.
A mountain range with superimposed rocks at an altitude of 1200 m. The fishermens village inhabited by Cameroonians and Nigerians.
The Lagdo Market.
The Figuil plateau with its white marble.
The Cement factory.
Guider : The Kola gorges : a Volcanic zone . The Famous Pitoa market , an important food supply market which is also a meeting point for central Africans , Chadians , Nigerians , and Cameroonians.
The Faro National Park with its camps of elephants.
The Atlantika mountains inhabited by indigenous people wearing tree leaves in the place of clothes.
The Mbe Market.
Rey Bouba :
The rey Bouba Lamidat .
The Bouba Ndjida National Park with its camp called grand capitaine
The Benue National Park with its rich and varying fauna. ( Bouba Ndjida camp ; Grand Capitain Camp ; Black Buffalos camp )