The Tai National Park
This park is a Unesco World Heritage Site. It extends over an area of 330,000 hectares and is home to numerous forest species. It is also a well-known site of scientific and medical research.
The animals which live in the park include pygmy hippos and buffalo, water chevrotains, porcupines, flying squirrels, monitor lizards and tortoises. The park is also famous for its chimpanzees. A wide range of accommodation is available in the park itself and in Tai, Guiglo, Soubre and San Pedro.