Protected Areas

Brief synthesis

With an area of 1,740,000 ha, Manovo-Gounda St Floris is the largest park in the Central African savannas. Straddling the two ecological zones, Manovo-Gounda St Floris National Park owes its importance to its rich flora and fauna. It is home to many endangered species including

The Dzanga-Sangha Special Reserve (also known as Dzanga-Sangha Forest Reserve, or Dzanga-Sangha Forest Special ReserveDzanga-Sangha Baï, or Dzanga-Sangha Special Forest Reserve) is a protected reserve of southwestern Central African Republic. It was established in 1990 and covers 6865.54 km2.[1] I

The Vassako-Bolo reserve, located in the Bamingui - Bangoran national park in the north of the country, was the first nature reserve created in 1960 under the name of the Oubangui-Chari reserve. Its vocation is the protection of animal species living in this space. It covers an area of ​​860 km²

The Bogd Khan Mountain, along with Bioland's other sacred mountains Burkhan Khaldun and Otgontenger, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List on August 6, 1996 in the Cultural category. World Heritage sites are those that exhibit universal natural or cultural significance, or both. In