Arli National Park is situated in southeastern Burkina Faso. It adjoins Singou Reserve in the west and Pendjari National Park in the south. The park is home to about 100 lions, 200 elephants and 200 hippos. Bufallo, baboons, green and red monkeys, boar, warthog, bushbucks, duikers and antelopes are also available in the park. Take a game drive to see the park's diverse wildlife and learn about different species of wild animals.
The national park can be accessed via N19 highway through Diapaga or Pama. The best time for game viewing at the park is during the dry season when animals collect at the water pools at Tounga.