Ground Zero for Western Lowland Gorillas
Odzala-Kokoua National Park

In the heart of the world's second largest tropical rainforest, second only to the Amazon, lies a vast expanse of protected frontier forest – Odzala-Kokoua National Park. Odzala is a ‘frontier forest' which harbours some of the last extensive blocks of contiguous forest ecosystems that are capable of supporting viable populations of large mammals, including forest elephant, forest buffalo, bongo antelope, sitatunga and 16 primate species, and over 400 bird species. Tracking habituated groups of western lowland gorillas, pirogue rides along lush river systems, game drives in the savannah, night drives, walks along lush forest streams and time spent at the productive forest bais shape this unique experience.