A safari in Republic of the Congo is a unique adventure – the country is wild, remote and untouched. There are two main camps in the Odzala-Kokoua National Park and they both represent a different experience.
The main activity at the Ngaga Camp is tracking western lowland gorillas – this area has the highest density of the species anywhere in the world. You can also see unusual trees, plants, insects and occasionally other primates, and visit the nearby village of Ombo.
The Lango Camp is conveniently located next to a bai where you can see other elusive animals, such as forest elephant and buffalo, bush pigs, leopards and bongo. You can walk in the bai, take a boat along the water where you will see dazzling butterflies and tropical birds, or go for a game drive to seek out other animals.
Safaris begin and end with a trip to Brazzaville, the country’s capital, a laid-back charming town on the Congo River.