Dinder National Park

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Dinder National Park is a 6,475 hectares (16,000 acres) large park in the east of Sudan, on the border with Ethiopia, some 415 km southeast of Khartoum. The main access point to the park is the town of Guacee. The park headquarters is situated there. The best time to visit the park is during the dry period between December and May, when animals gather around water holes and era easier to see. Animals that roam the park include antelope, lion, ostrich and wart hog, as well as numerous bird species. The number of elephants and giraffes has declined severely because of poachers.

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Because of the current situation in Sudan it is not recommended to travel to Dinder National Park, or any other destination in Sudan at this moment.

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