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Republic of Congo

Wild, Remote, Untouched, Safe & Peaceful

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Pristine Rain Forests

A safari adventure can be a truly memorable experience when surrounded by remote landscapes and rain forest jungles. In Parc National Nouabale-Ndoki, chimpanzees, elephants and lowland gorillas are the most common animals, along with over 300 species of birds. The Diosso Gorge in Pointe-Niore is often referred to as the Grand Canyon of the Congo because of the incredible scenery it offers. Leopards, chimpanzees, turtles, dolphins, and chimpanzees are among the species of wildlife found in Parc National Conkouati-Douli, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among locals and tourists alike, Pointe Idniene is a popular beach destination. A surfers' paradise on its own, Pointe-Noir offers endless possibilities.

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Kayak Trip

Brazaville & DÓdzala

In Brazaville, you can discover authentic attractions like the Mani Wata Restaurant, Marche Plateau Ville, The Cataractes beach, Les Sapeurs, Poto-Poto Market, St Anne's Basilica, Sacred Heart Cathedral, and Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza Memorial. Before you embark on your adventure to the parks, take in the sights and sounds of the city. The DÓdzala National Park is remote and only accessible by fly-in safaris. Here, you'll encounter gorilla families, tracked by local BaAka pygmy guides. Home to the most diverse primate populations in the world. Experiencing kayaking, tracking, walking expeditions and high-end accommodation is like nothing you've ever experienced before.

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