Mago National Park

The Mago National Park

The Mago National Park, covering an area of 2162 Sq. Kms., is situated with in the Great Rift Valley system in the remote south of the country, east of the Omo River and stretching towards the Chew Bahir Basin.

A narrow band of reverie forest together with bush land, limited savannah bush land and grassland are the most vegetation features of the park.

About 81 mammal and 217 bird species respectively are known to exist in this park. It is a park with highest concentration of diversified wildlife. Mago National Park consists of herds of Buffaloes, elephants, High concentration of Kudus, gazelles, warthogs, waterbags, lions, leopards, and various species of birds.