The tropical forests of the Congo Basin comprise the world’s largest rainforests after those of the Amazon Basin. They are among the last of their kind on the planet. Sectors of these forests are protected as national parks in the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo and Cameroon, and are home to Western lowland gorillas, forest elephants and buffaloes, bongo and sitatunga antelopes, giant forest and red river hogs, leopards, African grey parrots and many different monkey species.
Throughout 2020, Sangha Lodge in the Central African Republic offers 7-night, guaranteed, small group departures. Activities focus on gorilla trekking, forest elephant observation at Dzanga Bai, pangolin conservation, and the indigenous people called Ba’Aka. MTT can assist you in joining one of these groups.
Write to us for available dates.