Pandam Wildlife Park
Pandam Wildlife Park
Pandam Wildlife Park
How to get to Pandam Wildlife Park


Largely by car, The usage of commercial tricycles as well as commercial bikes is encouraged for easy movement as well.


Game reserve
Things to do at Pandam Wildlife Park


Explore nature, Meet friends, See wildlife, Sightseeing,

History of Pandam Wildlife Park

This was established in 1972.

Built by The state government in 1972.

A natural animal habitat that attracts and draws in thousands of visitors yearly, this park is home to some rare animals and exotic birds. Housed in the game reserve in Pandem, it is one of the must-visit places when you come to Plateau State.


This is a very safe location.

What To Bring

Before heading to Pandam Wildlife Park, here are some helpful things to take along with you:

  • Cash

  • Camera

  • Binoculars

  • Sun glasses or hat for the sunny day

Best Features

The park is documented to be Plateau’s largest forest area parked with animals and protects 224sq km of unspoiled savannah wetlands and forest. Authorities say it is also home to many species of animals living in their natural habitat such as the roan antelope, shy duikers, warthogs and a variety of birds and monkeys, while the hippopotamus and the rare African manatee are said to be found in the Pandam Lake.

Writer's Review

The most striking feature includes the Pandam Lake and sounds of noisy birds hidden in tall trees. The sight of monkeys and baboons moving freely with their young ones is another sight to behold, even though their scepticism makes them stare at humans from a safe distance. There are people who go there because of the rawness of the place. Adventure taking has to do with risk, and there are some who even camp there in the forest and spend the night.

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