Lango Camp is situated in Odzala-Kokoua National Park and is nestled in a dense primary forest overlooking the Lango Bai (forest clearing). The camp has been located to benefit from the variety of habitats in the area and the wildlife they support.
Each of the six en-suite guest rooms are based on traditional B’Aka architecture and are raised several metres off the ground to ensure views of part of the bai, as well as surrounding gallery forest.
The main guest area is reached by floating wooden decks, which like the guest rooms is fashioned from natural, locally sourced materials including sustainably harvested timber, bamboo and community-woven raffia palm roofing. A star deck and fire pit are placed on a dropped deck overlooking the bai for after-dinner relaxation and star gazing.
Activities at Lango are a combination of walking and boating, but some driving is required, in search of species such as forest buffalo, forest elephant, sitatunga and harnessed bushbuck as well as primates like guereza colobus, grey-cheeked mangabey and putty-nosed monkey.
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The Western Lowland Gorilla safari is a 6 night, two camp itinerary with set departure dates visiting the remote interior rain forest national park of Odzala-Kokoua in the heart of the Congo Basin in the Republic of Congo. Your safari starts in Brazzavile, Republic of Congo, when you are collected for your flight to Lango […]