Lomié is a town in the district of Haut Nyong in the east of Cameroon. There live about 8,000 inhabitants. The district Lomié lies on the eastern edge of the nature reserve “Dja”.
Previously, the city lived by the timber industry. Following the discovery of cobalt and zinc in the area, the mining company Geovic the city uses as a base station. In Lomié there for a number of interesting historical buildings from the German colonial rule. These include a jail, courthouse and a post office.
The streets of Lomié lead in the north across Mindourou up to Abong-Mbang, in the east across Messok up to Yokadouma and in the south up to Ngoyla. The city attracts tourists visiting the nearby nature reserve. Therefore, there are also a number of small guesthouses and hotels.
The weather in Lomié:
The climate is tropical all year with daily temperatures usually between 20°C and 30°C. At night the temperature rarely drops below 15°C. In October is the rainy season, so the month with high precipitation. In the other months rain is rare.