Introduction

Situated near the coast on the northern border of Senegal and the Gambia, the Fathala Wildlife Reserve is a great (and inexpensive) opportunity to get some safari action when you visit Senegal or the Gambia. The reserve is made up of approximately 6000 hectares of protected forest and is a rare opportunity for visitors to this corner of West Africa to experience an untouched example of West African wilderness.

The entrance to the reserve is about 5 kms from the Senegal-Gambia border of Karang. At the entrance to the reserve you will be greeted by a habituated Ostrich that usually patrols the carpark and from here you can arrange a few different activities.

  • Senegal

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