Shambe National Park was stablished in 1985, the park extends over an area of 620 square kilometersand is situated on the western bank of the White Nile,a southern extension of the EzZeraf Reserve – making it home to an important part of the White Nile River ecosystem; a place of curious oxbow lakes and pop-up flood plains.
This makes it the one of the most popular bird-watching destination, where thousands of birds can be seen; some of which are endemic, while others are migratory.
Initially, its establishment was aimed at preserving rhinos, hippopotamus and other mammals including different types of gazelles, foxes and monkeys, as well as lions, giraffes and ostriches. The wetland habitats around the park also provide refuge to elephant and other species.
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Tour Location: Sudd Swamp, South Sudan.
Language: Swahili, Arabic and English