Located on the south bank of the Gambia River, Kiang West National Park is one of the biggest and most important wildlife reserves in the Gambia. The park is home to around 300 bird species, and many of the country’s remaining mammal species such as bushbuck, warthog, hyena, serval and sitatunga.
- Where: Southern Gambia
- Ideal for viewing: ground hornbill, brown-necked parrot, Cape clawless otter, bateleur, Burchell’s courser
- Excellent for: Wildlife photography, Birdwatching