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Benin is a narrow, north-south strip of land in West Africa. Benin borders Togo, Burkina Faso, Niger and Nigeria. This (mainly) French speaking country is home to a dense animal population including Western Roan Antelope, West African Savannah Buffalo, Western Kob, Nagor Reedbuck, Harnessed Bushbuck, Oribi, Common Duiker and Warthog. There are sizable populations of Elephant in Benin, but they are not legal to hunt, nor is the Leopard. Other animals you might see are Lions and Hippos.
Hunting areas are accessible by road from the country’s economic capital of Cotonou. There are four hunting concessions around the Pendjara National Park. Konkombri Concession area consists of 100,000 acres of good roads and has been a European hunting destination for many years. The area consists of savannah bush with lots of water in the Pendjara River and streams with waterfalls coming from the Atakora Mountain Range.