About Niokolo-Koba National Park
Blanketing over 9,000 sprawling square kilometers in Senegal’s south, Niokolo-Koba National Park safeguards a rich tableau of Sudano-Guinean biomes, from wooded savannas to winding rivers.
Gazetted in 1954, this UNESCO World Heritage Site provides critical habitat for rare West African fauna like lions, chimpanzees and Derby elands. Canoeing the Gambia River or tracking elephants through brush and grasslands.
Niokolo-Koba promises exceptional opportunities to spot iconic species roaming one of the final protected wildernesses along the Guinea border.
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