Protected Areas

Dinder national park is one of the oldest parks in the Africa; it was established in 1935 following the London convention (1933) for the conservation of African flora and fauna (Dasmann, 1972), and declared as Biosphere Reserve since 1979.

Dinder national park is located in the southeast of the Sudan towards the Ethiopian border between latitudes 11-13 N and longitudes 34-36 E, with an area of about 10290 km2.

Precisely, Dinder national park is bordered by river Rahad at latitude 12-26 N and longitude 35-02 E and then continues in a northwestern direction up to latitude 12-42 N and longitude 34-48 E at river Dinder.


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