“W of the Niger” a transfrontier National Park

  Yes, you did understand it right. That IS the name of the park, just like that: W of the Niger. "W" the letter itself. This comes from the particular itinerary that river Niger creates as it flows through Niger, Benin and Burkina Faso states, shaped as a "W", in fact. It stretches over 10.000 [...]
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Kaboré Tambi National Park

  As other protected reserves of Burkina Faso, Kaboré Tambi National Park was established in the 1930s according to the French laws of the time. Then became a National Reserve and a National Park after the independence. In 1976 the park was opened with the name of  Pô National Park. It changed into Kaboré Tambi [...]
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Deux Balés National Park

One of the oldest natural reserves in Burkina Faso is Deux Balés National Park. It was established in 1937 by the French government in order to protect the precious forest, maybe the only real green region of the Country. Because of the many baobab trees, these forests were also a great tourist attraction, already in [...]
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Welcome to Burkina Faso

When you hear about Burkina Faso you mainly hear about poor people, starving populations, deserts, wild lands. No one would ever book a holiday to Burkina Faso. What for? But the beauty of Africa is untouched, even in one of the poorest places in the continent. And maybe you will find out that Burkina Faso [...]
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Birding safari in Kenya, pelicans and flamingos

  A birding safari in Kenya is a great choice. Over 60% of African volatiles live in Kenya, or stop there for a short time during the year, or just pass by. If you go to Kenya you should book this trip because you will have the chance to admire so many different species. Flamingos, [...]
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