Located north of Pointe-Noire, this stunning landscape was once the capital of the Loango Kingdom. It was home to a royal palace, and served as a home for Catholic missionaries. It’s often called the ‘Grand Canyon of The Congo,’ as it’s made up of towering rock, ridges, cliffs, and dense forest. Visitors here can also check out the Mâ-Loango Regional Museum which displays the history of the former Loango Kingdom. The museum transforms the former residence into exhibits showing off archeological findings, artifacts, and artwork. In fact, there are over 300 exhibits and artifacts, including costumes, weapons, and jewelry.