Weekend Safari and Fishing Trip in W National Park 3 Day

From USD $1,276.00
  • Duration: 3 Days (approx.)
  • Product code: ntt-en-niamey-7
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Covering 3 countries in West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, and Niger), the W Park takes its name from the majestic Niger River. It is the largest trans-boundary biosphere area of the world. The wildlife viewing and an extraordinary diversity of birds can be experienced away from the crowds that characterize safaris in East Africa and Southern Africa.

With thousands of kilometers of unspoiled savanna, Park W provides one of the last opportunities to explore an area of rare beauty for lovers of untamed Africa, and conceals treasures to be discovered over a vast, chillingly human-free area of raw wilderness. This is the Africa guests are supposed to experience in the tourist nations of the East and South. But sadly find elusive today...It is also a fraction of the price of those.

You can see four of the BIG FIVE : elephant , buffalo, lion and leopard, as well as some of the largest African mammals, such as cob Buffon , the hippotragus , the hippo, the oueribi, gazelle, cheetah, wild dog, and more. In total, more than 480 species of birds are present in the protected area.

Itinerary


Day 1: Safari Park W

Presentation of the management team at 7 am and departure for Park W. On site, we will be making contact with the guides and visit the park. Picnic lunch. Late afternoon arrival at the Savana Lodge ; Dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Safari Park W

Breakfast early in the morning. Tour and Safari in the park all the day to meet the animals (court tracking etc.). Picnic lunch in the park. Dinner and overnight at Savana Lodge.

Day 3: Fishing Safari

Breakfast early in the morning. Fishing Safari. lunch in the park. Transfer to Niamey in mid- afternoon to Niamey.

Price: $1,276 per person

Includes all transport, all breakfasts and some dinners, permits, entrance fees, taxes, vehicle, and accommodation in safari-style lodges, villages, and tourist hotels (where applicable). Alcoholic drinks are extra.