Alitash National Park: “The Green Belt”

The park is bordered by Dinder National Park of Sudan, which holds its ideal site for an ecological corridor for wildlife conservation, transboundary tourism, and ecotourism. Above and beyond the affluence of flora and fauna it is also enriched with historical, cultural, and traditional attractions. 

 Wildlife: Elephant, Greater and Lesser Kudu, Lion and Leopard.

Birds: Ostrich, Chestnut billed starling and other starlings 

Why Visit this Park? Undulating savannah plains interrupted by valleys, streams, scattered hills, and seasonal wetlands make this National Park a great destination. A visit to Alitash also offers the chance to observe rich cultural interactions and historical sites.


Park Discription

  1. Park areas are open from 6: 00 am – to 6:00 pm.
  2. Overnight stay is prohibited in any park area except in campsites.
  3. Fires are permitted only in existing fireplace grills using charcoal. No fire shall be left unattended, and any fire must be completely extinguished before leaving the area.
  4. Motorized vehicles must always remain on designated roadways and parking areas.
  5. All trash, litter, or refuse is to be placed in the provided trash receptacles. No dumping allowed.
  6. Hazardous Activities – It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in any activity on any park lands that constitutes a hazard to the safety of self or other persons.
  7. The use of any fireworks and/or weapons is strictly prohibited.
  8. It is unlawful to remove, damage, destroy, deface, or otherwise vandalize any park property, structure, sign, or vegetation.
  9. It is unlawful to hunt, trap, harass, or harm any wild animal, bird, or plant life.

06:00 am – 06:00 pm

The climate of the park is characterized by two extremes of wet and dry seasons. Effective rain starts in May and peaks in August. The mean monthly temperatures are between 8.9°C to 21.6°C minimum and 25.8°C to 35.2°C maximum. The rainfall distribution is unimodal with heavy rainfall from June to September. The highest intensity of rainfall occurred in August which was recorded as 281.2 mm and the lowest was in February with a record of 0.57 mm.

Game driving, bird watching, nature walking, camping and others.

Campsite and ecolodge inside the park