Boromo Travel Guide

  • Elephant's crap.
    Elephant's crap.
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  • Elephants in the Black Volta.
    Elephants in the Black Volta.
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  • On the terrace of the camp.
    On the terrace of the camp.
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Boromo Things to Do

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    Elephants and birds.

    by F_Meignant Written Mar 6, 2004

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    I can't resist, and show other elephants here...

    They are always accompanied with these white birds. Don't know if they are Ardeolas or Egrettas.
    If somebody knows...

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    • Photography

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    Scopus umbretta.

    by F_Meignant Written Mar 6, 2004

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    This one is called Ombrette in French (don't know he English name), scientific name: Scopus umbretta.
    It's easy to recognize it with it's anvil shaped head.

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    Birdwatching.

    by F_Meignant Written Mar 6, 2004

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    I don't really know birds...
    There are more than 200 species around the camp, like Merops, Musophaga, Lamprotornis, Egretta, Ibis, and many others...

    Sometimes difficult to see them in the foliage!
    Don't know what is this one. It seems that it's occupying the nest of another species.

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Boromo Transportation

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    Bus ticket.

    by F_Meignant Written Mar 8, 2004

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    Boromo is 180km West of Ouagadougou, half way on the road to Bobo-Dioulasso.
    STMB buses leave in due time. Come in advance to the bus station.
    From Ouagadougou to Boromo: departure at 10.00; 180km, 2 hours; 3000 CFA (4.5€) per person.
    Take information at Boromo for the way back.
    You can also continue towards Bobo-Dioulasso: departure every day around 12.00.

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    • Backpacking
    • Budget Travel

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Boromo Warnings and Dangers

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    Charging...

    by F_Meignant Updated Mar 6, 2004

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    Yes, they are cute.
    But they are not in a zoo. There are no fences.
    That’s their territory and they appreciate that f***g tourists know it.
    This one is not satisfied because we are there.
    It’s charging at… US…!

    Only a part of the animal is visible: just because I did not wait for it to show...!

    This elephant only pretended to charge and stopped soon.
    But it can be dangerous.
    Really.

    NEVER walk around the camp on your own.
    The guards always have a gun.

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    • Photography
    • National/State Park

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    Elephant at Boromo.

    by F_Meignant Updated Mar 6, 2004

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    "We are too close, murmured the guard, this one has seen us and does not like it: look at it's ears... When they put their ears like that, it means they are angry."

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