Taï National Park is a national park in Côte d'Ivoire that contains one of the last areas of primary rainforest in West Africa. It was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1982 due to the breadth of its flora and fauna.
The crisis of water quality in Cote d'Ivoire is characterized by two key problems. First, many communities, especially rural ones, face difficulties not only accessing safe drinking water, but also accessing enough of it. ... Unsafe drinking water increases child mortality rates.
The dry season (November – April) It is the most pleasant season to visit Taï National Park, since there is no much rain at this period. The vegetation is abundant at the beginning of the season, allowing a great observation of the fauna, such as the chimpanzees and others apes.