Day Forest National Park is situated in the Goda Mountains in the Tadjourah Region of Djibouti. This park is the largest forest in the country where afforestation is less than 1%. Some interesting species live here, namely Tarchonanthus Camphoratus and Olea Africana. Hunting has been banned since the early 1970s, even before the formation of the state, so many species are present here. Birds, reptiles, and mammals are still endangered, because the forest habitat has decreased by 88% in the past 200 years, and especially in the previous 50 years.