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  • Lopé National Park


Lope National Park

Framed by the Ogooué River, Lopé National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site, where undulating hills meet the Savannah and enclaves of rainforest where elephants, buffaloes, gorillas, chimpanzees and the most prominent mandrill troupes in the world are found. 

Here, in this Park, there are three elephants per square kilometre, the highest concentration on the planet. You will discover rare giant forest warblers, Picathartes and seven types of hornbill engaging some of the 400 species of birds. Archaeological evidence of human activity is found here from the Stone and Iron Ages.