The national park

Gilé National Park (GNAP) is a Mozambican Park located in the north-eastern part of Zambezia Province.

The landscape of the Gilé National Park consists of a miombo woodland and dambo grassland mosaic.

Established in 1932 as a partial hunting reserve, currently, the Park is home to 68 species of mammals including elephants, buffaloes, wildebeest and kudus, other micro and small species, reptiles and 226 species of birds.

Considering the richness of biodiversity, thanks to our constant monitoring of fauna, other species can be added to the checklist.

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