History of The Chad Basin National Park
The Chad Basin National Park.
About Chad Basin National Park
Famous among the farmers, fishermen and herdsmen in the area, the Chad Basin national park spans a total area of 2,258km2. It is a combination of the following reserves: the Chingurmi-Dugoma Game Reserve, Gorgoram and Zurgun Baneri Forest Reserves, and Bulature Oasis. Some of the animals seen in chad basin national park include; the resident black crowned crane (Balearica pavonina) which is in plentiful but is considered vulnerable. The helmeted guineafowl (Numida meleagris) is also plentiful. Demoiselle cranes (Grus virgo) visit in the winter, as well as large numbers of white storks (Ciconia ciconia).
This is a very safe location but guests are advised not to feed the animals alone.
Things to Do/What to Bring
Enjoy the tropical sun and the spectacular view of the animals moving about freely in the park. Cameras and a picnic set can be taken along to the park.
Variety of wildlife on show which makes for a spectacular viewing.
Most Common Visitors
Tourists, Fun seekers, Nature enthusiasts, researchers.
Why You Should Visit
Its closeness to nature, the relaxing ambience.
This is a very safe location.