Discover The Park of Lower Casamance Senegal

The Senegalese flora is full of surprises. About 40 miles out of Ziguinchor, the Lower Casamance Park covers 12,355 acres and is home to beautiful varieties of tropical trees: palm trees, coconut trees, bamboo, fan palms, mangroves and especially kapok trees, whose winding roots form a maze above the ground.

  • Bandia Wildlife Reserve, The Park of Lower Casamance, The fauna and flora, Senegal
    Bandia Wildlife Reserve

    Just two hours from Dakar, the Bandia reserve is home to white rhinos.

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  • A giraffe, The Park of Lower Casamance, The fauna and flora, Senegal
    A giraffe

    The Bandia reserve is home to most African mammals apart from members of the cat family.

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  • Warthogs, The Park of Lower Casamance, The fauna and flora, Senegal
    Warthogs

    Entire families of warthogs wander around the park's pathways; they are not very timid creatures.

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  • Crocodile, The Park of Lower Casamance, The fauna and flora, Senegal
    Crocodile

    Sat up in the restaurant above the pond, visitors can observe the crocodiles in complete safety.

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  • Antelopes, The Park of Lower Casamance, The fauna and flora, Senegal
    Antelopes

    The animals in the park live amidst magnificent scenery made up of baobab, eucalyptus, acacia, and khaya trees.

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  • The sable antelope, The Park of Lower Casamance, The fauna and flora, Senegal
    The sable antelope

    The sable antelope is also called the 'roan antelope'.

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