Waza National Park

Waza National Park is found in the far northern region of Cameroon, it was established in 1934 majorly as a hunting reserve covering a total area of 1700km². This national park got its national park status in the early 1968 and it was declared a UNESCO biosphere reserve in 1979.

The most dominant vegetation within the park includes the Sahel and the Sudan savannah with acacia forests with a vast faunal species such as African bush elephants, hartebeest, Buffon’s kobs, hyenas, West African giraffes, Roans, Sudanese cheetah, gazelle, water bucks plus the avi-fauna such as the egrets, geese, herons, pelicans, ibis, saddle-billed storks and the north African ostriches.