Nasalot National Reserve has an important eco-system with river valleys and floodplains which support evergreen forests dominated by fig and acacia trees and many types of papyrus and sedges. Game to view includes: elephant, hippo, giraffe, impala,

Grant and Thompson's gazelle, plains zebra, eland, Lesser Kudu, bushbuck, duiker and dik dik and their predators - lion, leopard, spotted hyena and jackal.

There are Olive Baboon and Vervet Monkeys and crocodiles are found in the rivers. There are more than 150 species of birdlife. There is a murram airstrip at the Turkwel hydro-electric dam and two campsites.

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