Borana National park is located in Southern Europe, the park lies at the Southern edge of the Ethiopian highlands. It is bounded on the South by the Kenya- Ethiopia border.
It houses the Booqee Sadeen,three volcanic crater lakes providing access to mineral water and salt varieties for the locals. It is a main tourist attraction. El Sod is known for its main attraction to the park.
Most of the park is covered in dry bushlands, thickets and grasslands. It is an abode to at least 40 different species of mammals. It is also uniquely known for providing an abode for two separate species of Zebras; the rare plain Zebras and the endangered Grevy’s Zebras.
The park has multiple bird species, it has been recorded for at least 280 species and even some species that are considered endangered.
Lions, leopards, cheetahs and hyenas are growing in numbers in this park.
Borona National Park was redesignated as a national park in 2017; prior to this, it was a controlled hunting zone.
They run a renowned anti-poaching and wildlife research operation in partnership with the Pioneering Northern Rangeland Trust.