Located north of Man and to the west side of the Sassandra River, straddling Touba and Biankouma, on an area of 95 000 hectares Mount Sangbé National Park is located in a mountainous area with 14 peaks over 1000m in the Toura Mountains. It has long been one of the major tourist attractions in the city of Man. The park is covered with a very dense flora and particularly game. Its diverse fauna consists of elephants, buffaloes, antelopes and monkeys. Mount Sangbé National Park is accessible by all possible routes: land and air to Man.