- The Gwoza Hills, with height of about 1300 meters above the sea level provides scenery is beauty and is made up of ranges of mountains/hills known as the 'Mandara Mountains'. These Mountains/hills form a natural barrier between Nigeria and Republic of the Cameroun, starting from pulka meandering towards Mubi and beyond. The mountains, with promenade-like paths along Gwoza dugi vicinity is conducive for mounatineering, trekking and picnicking - it has several streams, ponds, springs and is dotted with settlement by various tribes. This mountain has varieties of attractive animal - species which can be spotted during feeding times, mostly in the mornings, afternoons and evenings - including nights for night breeding species. The Government also uses this hill as training ground for Mobile Police, members of the Man-O-War-Bay and various National Orientation courses.
- The description was provided by Daniel Ojadua
- Maiduguri, Nigeria
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