Located in the North region of Cameroon, bordering Chad, Bouba Ndjida National Park is one of the country’s national parks. It is crossed by numerous seasonal rivers called here “mayos” and by a permanent river, the mayo Sénaroua. Covering an area of ​​220,000 hectares, it is the last refuge where evolve all species of wild animals of the savannah belonging to this area. We can meet lions, elephants, giraffes, baboons, colobus, aardvark, serval, panthers, hyenas, bush pigs, wild boar, hippopotamus, buffalo, 11 antelope species (including Derby Eland, hippotragues, hartebeest, Buffon waterbuck, Fassa waterbuck, redunca, bushbuck, duiker, red flank duiker, red bubal), over 300 species of birds including marabout, giant Hornbill, birds of prey, scavengers, fishing eagles, bald vultures, shiny rollers, green and scarlet guepiers, tiny sunbird of 8 colors and the extremely rare Amarante Reichenow… Nearby is the prehistoric site of Managna, where one can see hundreds of dinosaur footprints.

It is located in the Mayo Rey division, halfway between Ngaoundere and Garoua (150 km south-east of Garoua). it is accessible by road and path. It contains a picturesque lodge of 8 "boucarous" made of stones, inspired by the local architecture.

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