Comoe National Park

This is the largest protected land in West Africa covering 11500km²; the park is both a biosphere reserve and a UNESCO world heritage site located in the districts of Zanzan and Savenes. The park is associated with Comoe River plus the tributaries of Kongo, Bave and Iringou hence getting its name from this river crossing the park

The park is associated with true transitional habitants consisting of remarkable wooded savannas, fluvial forests, riparian grassland, and gallery forests among others that give a stunning view of the true nature of the park. Among the outstanding beauty of this park lies in its great wildlife with over 620 species of plants of which some are not seen anywhere except here, 35 amphibians, over 130 bird species and over 135 mammal species.

Most of the notable wild game observed within the park includes the,  mostly endangered chimpanzees, this primate is highly trekked, lions, Dwarf crocodiles along the Comoe river, African wild dog, Colobus monkeys, leopard, Kobs, roan, giant pangolin, water bucks, elephants, baboons, aardvarks, green monkey, Mona monkey and the hippo roan antelope just to mention but a few. This offers photographers a true experience with in the park since animals are seen in abundance.

One cannot leave the park minus taking a step to the Comoe River plus its tributaries where a flock of hippos and crocodiles converge while at rest, from this point of view, West African Stork, west African vulture, francolin, hammer kop, raptors and the black winged stilt plus the plovers all making the different species can be seen wandering around the park and the river.