The Lamidat of Ngaoundere It is a marveling mélange of modern and local architectural designs exceptionally embellished by the huts with thatched roofs at its entrance. These huts radiate the wow factor from the magnificent lamidat.
Not only is the lamidat a beautiful site where the helm of traditional power in the area resides, it also represents the history of a kingdom so fastidiously kept.
Its fascinating history dates as far back as the creation of the Lamidat in 1836 with Ardo Djobdi being the first Lamido from 1836 – 1839. Since its creation, it has witnessed the leadership of 17 Lamibe. It is a significantly attractive destination to Muslim faithfuls as the Lamidat plays host to a mosque.
A visit to the Lamidat provides you with the opportunity of visiting other wonderful touristic sites in the area like the Tello waterfalls, lake Tison, the Nyem Nyem caves, the Ngaoundaba ranch and more commendable destinations.