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Stretching over an area of 10,000 square kilometres on the Sudan-Ethiopia border, Dinder National Park is Sudan’s oldest biosphere reserve. Thanks to its location between the Sahel and to Ethiopian Highlands, it is home to extremely diverse populations of wildlife, including leopards, cheetah, buffalo, ostriches, turtles, warthogs and extensive array of flora and fauna. Less well known than other national parks in Africa, visitors to Dinder can enjoy having the park almost all to themselves!

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