Perfectly located with Borno and Yobe to the North and East, Taraba and Adamawa to the South, and Bauchi to the West, Gombe is a centre for economic activity in Nigeria. This important state is known for its delightful hilly scenery, which you can enjoy via a drive along the Filiya – Kushi-Burak-Bangunji road, perhaps taking in the historical mud hut town of Tula.
You can also immerse yourself in a variety of local cultures, as the region comprises 11 separate administrative areas comprising 2.3 million people from numerous tribes. Each has its own language, but the most common tongue in the locality is Hausa.
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