Monte Alen National Park is a protected area covering 1400 square kilometres, home to gorillas, chimpanzees, elephants, crocodiles and many other species of wildlife. Bordered by the large and fast-flowing Uoro river to the west, the main road from Niefang to Gabon forms the eastern boundary.
Take a guided day trek, and you’ll see monkeys, a host of birdlife and butterflies, and if you’re lucky larger mammals.
Despite being small, there have been sightings of over 105 mammal species, more than 16 kinds are primates and 2300 types of birds and 65 species of reptiles.
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