Burkina Faso is a french speaking country in West Africa, formerly called Republic of Upper Volta. The country boasts of a large number of elephants, more than many countries in West Africa.
It ais also home to a number of lions, cheetahs, hyenas and the African wild dog, one of the most endagered species in Africa.
Burkina Faso has flora and fauna preserved in four main national parks namely: The W National Park, found in the east; The Arly Wildlife Reserve (Arly National Park in the east); The Léraba-Comoé Classified Forest and Partial Reserve of Wildlife in the west and The Mare aux Hippopotames found in the west.
While at the country, be sure to visit these national parks and immerse yourself in Burkina culture. You will have the time of your life as Burkina people are very friendly.