Parc National de Taï

Côte d'Ivoire

Parc National de Taï, a primary rainforest and a Unesco World Heritage site since 1982, is one of West Africa's largest reserves for wildlife. Visitors can enjoy hiking treks through the rainforest and witness the massive biodiversity that the park has to offer, including its nut-cracking chimpanzees, who are known for their use of primitive tools.