African National Parks: the mammals, birds and reptiles of the great African tableau.

 Massai Mara (Kenya)

Massai Mara (Kenya)

 Namib-Naukluft National Park (Namibia)


  Chobe National Park  (Bostwana)

Bénoué National Park (Burundi)

Serengeti National Park (Tanzania)

Zaramba National Park (Congo)

Massai Mara (Kenya)

Lake Nakuru National Park (Kenya)

Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania)

Chimanimani (Zimbabwe)

Golden Gate Highlands National Park (south Africa)

Chobe National Park (Botswana)

Bontebok National Park (South Africa)

Liwonde National Park (Malawi)

Victoria Falls / Zambezi (Zimbabwe)

Katonga Wildlife Preserve Uganda)

Chobe National Park (Bostwana)

Mosi-oa-Tunya Victoria Falls (Zambia)

The nature of the parks varies considerably not only between countries but also within some nations – the degree of protection, accessibility and type of environment for which it is intended to deliver protection.
Some parks have been cleared of their original human population, others have always been essentially uninhabited, while yet others contain significant population centres.

National parks can be found in a large majority of African countries, being most numerous in Gabon, Kenya and Tanzania.

Some nations also have considerable areas designated as private parks, game reserves, forest reserves, marine reserves, national reserves and natural parks.

These are not included in the list below, even though some of these may resemble some national parks. For more information on such zones, see the individual articles on each country.

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Maria Susana Diaz

I like nature, cooking and photography. In my travels between Argentina and Italy I prefer witness through photography environment, natural and gastronomic riches.

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