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Korup National park was founded in 1986 and was inaugurated by Prince Charles of Wales; there is a sign not far from the entrance of the park which indicates the point where Prince Charles ended his trek inside the park. The park covers a surface area of 1260kn2..  The main entrance to the park is the Mana suspension foot bridge which is a great attraction here. Korup is a rich lowland park and one of the most accessible parks in Cameroon.

Benoue National Park Located 180 miles north of Maroua, Waza National Park is the most amazing and spectacular wildlife reserve in Cameroon. Established in 1934, it covers 170,000 acres and it’s so huge that you need to take two to three days to explore it all. The park looks different depending on the season, but for wildlife the best time to visit is during the dry season between December and March when all Waza’s residents gather around the few remaining waterholes to get shade and water.

Waza National Park is a national park in the Department of Logone-et-Chari, in Far North Region, Cameroon. It was founded in 1934 as a hunting reserve, and covers a total of 1,700 square kilometres. Waza achieved national park status in 1968, and became a UNESCO biosphere reserve in 1979. Did you know: The Waza National Park in Cameroon is one of the most visited places in the country.

Campo Ma’an National Park is a 264,064 hectare national park of Cameroon. The combined area for the national park and the buffer zone surrounding the park is approximately 700,000 hectares. The rich biodiversity of this park is accompanied by 4 logging concessions, an agro-industrial belt made up of rubber and palm oil plantations and community agro-forestry zones.

Nki National Park is a national park in southeastern Cameroon, located in its East Province. The closest towns to Nki are Yokadouma, Moloundou and Lomie, beyond which are rural lands. Due to its remoteness, Nki has been described as “the last true wilderness.”

Lobéké National Park is a national park of southeastern Cameroon within the Moloundou Arrondissement of East Province. Located in the Congo Basin, it is bounded on the east by the Sangha River which serves as Cameroon’s international border with Central African Republic and the Republic of the Congo.

Bouba Njida National Park is a national park of Cameroon. A total of 23 antelope species occur in the park. The painted hunting dog, Lycaon pictus, had been observed in Bouba Njida National Park at the start of the 21st century.

 

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