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Pendjari Tour

Pendjari Tour Packages
Country: Benin
City: Natitingou
Duration: 5 Day(s) - 4 Night(s)
Tour Category: Eco Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

Day 1-2

- Entrance to the Park and visit
- Dinner and overnight in the park

Day 3-4

- Breakfast
- Visit of the Somba tatas in Boukoumbé
- Overnight in Natitingou

Day 5 Departure

PACKAGE CONTENT

- Round trip transport
- Accommodation during the stay
- Professional guide fees
- Entrance fees to the sites

KNOW MORE ABOUT PENDJARI NATIONAL PARK BEFORE YOU VISIT:

Pendjari National Park forms the primary component of the vast 32,250km2 transnational W-Arly-Pendjari (WAP) complex spanning Benin, Burkina Faso, and Niger and is the largest intact wild ecosystem in West Africa.

Pendjari is poised to be an exceptional wildlife destination, with more than 7,170 visitors in 2019 – the highest on record – but the park also needs to deliver benefits of security, employment, and sustainable livelihoods for the nearly 40,000 people who live around its boundary.

In collaboration with the Elephant Crisis Fund and the Lion Recovery Fund, satellite collars have been deployed on elephants and lions in Pendjari to better understand their ecology and movements in the W-Arly-Pendjari Complex.

5 Reasons to Visit Pendjari

1. Stunning landscapes and plentiful wildlife make Pendjari a dream for photographers and nature lovers alike.

2. Pendjari is the last remaining safari destination in West Africa that offers the chance to see both lion and elephants in the wild.

3. Over 360 bird species have been recorded in Pendjari, including rarities such as the Egyptian plover and black-crowned crane.

4. Unspoilt by mass tourism, Pendjari offers a crowd-free safari experience.

5. A Pendjari safari can be easily combined with a swim at the beautiful Tanongou waterfalls and cultural visits to traditional Tata Somba homesteads and Peulh camps.

Parc National de la Pendjari
This 2750-sq-km national park is one of West Africa’s finest for wildlife. Tourists may locate lions, leopards, elephants, baboons, and hippos. The finest observing time is close to the conclusion of the dry season (November to February) when the animals gather at water bodies. With waterfalls, a jungle landscape, and fine routes, it’s a delight to drive around.

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