National park in Gabon
Africa > Central Africa > Gabon > Lopé National Park

Lopé National Park is in the Central Highlands region of Gabon. The Lopé-Okanda ecosystem and landscape was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2007.

Elephants in Lopé National Park

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The wildlife reserve was established in 1946, the first in the country.

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Most of the park consists of rainforests. In the north, there is wide savannah that was created 15,000 years ago during the Ice Age.

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There is a small research station named Mikongo, run by the Zoological Society of London. It is based in the village of the same name, which has some tourist infrastructure.

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