Réserve de Nazinga is situated in southern Burkina Faso, a half-hour drive from Po. It was officially established in 1979 in an uninhabited area. The park extends over 133 km (to the border of Ghana), an area of 91,300 ha. It stretches over two provinces and Sissili Nahouri and is crossed by the river Sissili.

Its attractions are elephants; other wild animals are monkeys, antelope, crocodiles and a profusion of birds.
The best times to see them are December to April, although the chances of sighting are pretty good year-round.

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