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Eco Touristic Tour Walk In Tori

Eco Touristic Tour Walk In Tori Packages
Country: Benin
City: Ouidah
Duration: 4 Hour(s) - 50 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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Jacqueville Ecological Farm

(Animal production, vegetable production, tourist animals , animals raised. etc ......

Enjoy nature on this farm and eat naturally.

Nature of Bahrain:

Bahrain is one of the few countries in the Persian Gulf concerned with protecting nature. Al Areen Wildlife Park was created in 1976 to preserve the unique nature of the region. In addition to the plants and animals inherent in Bahrain, representatives of fauna from Africa and Asia live here.

Bahrain is often called the "Gateway to the Persian Gulf", which can be seen in the diversity and tolerance among the population. Arabic is the official language here. But English is widely used in business and is compulsory in schools. Other languages such as Persian and Urdu are used in both traditional and modern market places due to the numerous expatriates living in Bahrain. Petroleum was discovered by geologists in 1932. It was the first discovery of "black gold" on the Arab side of the Persian Gulf.

The brilliant landscape scheme is an architectural force against a desolate lunar landscape more hospitable to camel racing than finely tuned cars overflowing with cutting-edge technology. The country covers an area of 700 square kilometers. It has about 161 kilometers of coastline. Muharraq, Sitrah, Umm an Nasan, and the Hawar Group are the main islands.

There are more than 100,000 species of flora, 45 species of animals, and 82 species of birds in the park. Many animals are endangered. These are the Arabian Oryx, Southern African cheetah, the steppe monitor lizard, the Persian gazelle, the springbok, and the African wild dog. The park pursues a policy of conservation of rare species, recreation of endangered animal populations, and reproduction of animals in captivity. Part of the park is open to the public. It is visited by about 200,000 visitors a year. The recreation area is closed to visitors. It is visited by veterinarians, park employees, and various specialists.

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