This small forest reserve is located between Serti and Gembu. The forest is home to a diverse range of wildlife including a population of rare and endangered species of chimpanzees. It is one of the sites protected by the Nigerian Conservation Fund and has been recognized by Birdlife International as an IBA (Important Bird Area).
Gashaka Gumti National Park
Gashaka-Gumti National Park is situated in a hilly area of northeast Nigeria adjacent to the Faro National Park in Cameroon and to the north of the Mambilla Plateau. It was formed in 1991 through the combining of the Gashaka and Gumti game reserves. It is the largest park in Nigeria consisting of about 6,000 square kilometre of wilderness. The parks boast a variety of wildlife such as leopards, giant forest hogs, golden cats, buffalo, lions, antelopes, elephants and chimpanzees.
Located in the south-western part of Taraba in the Sardauna LGA, the Mambilla plateau is the highest in Nigeria with an average elevation of 1,524 metres (5,000 ft) and is the northern continuation of the Bamenda Highlands of Cameroon. It is a hilly region marked by deep gorges and is home to lush grasses that support the rearing activities of the local Fulani population. It houses the Chappal Waddi Mountain considered as the highest point in Nigeria with an average height of about 2,419 metres (7,936 ft) above sea level.
National Museum, Jalingo
The National Museum is home to many historical artifacts relating to Northern Nigeria.
Nba Kati Festival
Nba Kati is celebrated annually around November/December by the inhabitants of the Sardauna LGA. It is a mourning festival for those who have died during the year. During the festival, newly-married couples come out to receive blessings and consult the gods.
Nba Jabi Festival
This is an annual festival usually held around August/September. It is the time of the year when the first-fruits of vegetables are dedicated to the gods to ensure more plentiful harvest. It is common among the Mambilia people of the Sardauna LGA.
Nba Namine (or Tosen) Festival
This festival is celebrated in February/March to dedicate the first fruits of guinea corn and other crops harvested in dry season to the gods before anyone is allowed to eat any of them. It is celebrated by the Mambilia of the Sardauna LGA.