Kainji National Park Overview
Sprawling across over 5,000 kilometers, the Kainji National Park is a shining example of Africa’s natural wealth. The park consists of three separate areas- the Kainji Lake, the Borgu Game Reserve and the Zugurma Game Reserve.

Dominated by the savannah grass, the Kainji National Park is scattered with streams and waterfalls across its length. The Park is home to over 30 species of animals and reptiles, along with more than 350 species of birds.  Wild hogs, Cheetahs, monkeys and crocodiles are some of the many animals that can be spotted here.

Location: Kwara and Borgu State, Nigeria
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