Depart Brazzaville by charter flight followed by a nature drive to Ngaga Camp, a private concession just outside Odzala-Kokoua National Park. Each platform raised room with en-suite facilities takes inspiration from the local Baka tribe's homes and is a combination of timber, woven palm leaf roofing and canvas.
Each morning set off with skilled trackers and guides into the Marantaceae forest, the ginger like food of the gorilla. Quietly observe busy gorillas as they feed, climb trees, play and cavort before enjoying other species this wildlife rich forest offers. More than 8 other diurnal primates can be seen while at night, the diminutive elegant needle-clawed bushbaby can be seen.
Depart camp for a nature drive through forest and savanna to Lango Camp, on the edge of a salty Bai, which attracts animals from miles around. Lango is similar to Ngaga however is raised on plaforms and look out onto the Bai. Explorations on game drives, boat cruises, kayaking and nature walks uncover a multitude of diverse forest inhabitants.
Rare seen golden cat, bongo, sitatunga and giant forest hog are found here, as well as forest buffalo and elephant. Encounter wild gorilla, colobus monkeys, chimpanzees and three different types of crocodile. Lango is a unique safari experience with a daunting variety of wildlife and is a must do for safari enthusiasts.
Transfer via nature drive to Mboko Camp along the banks of a free-flowing tributary of the Lekoli River. Situated in an area of lush meadow-like savannah, frequented by forest buffalo, forest elephant and spotted hyaena, Mboko gives a sense of the scale of Odzala while also allowing you to focus on some of the smaller details: flowers and butterflies (depending on the season) can be seen in profusion.
Mboko Camp, offers visitors breath-taking views of the interface between the tropical rainforest and grassland savannah where hundreds of towering termite mounds help create an otherworldly experience.
Sangha Lodge, with its 7 bungalows is situated in the heart of the Congo Rainforest in the Dzanga Sangha Protected area in the Central African Republic. The lodge has easy access to the iconic Dzanga Bai, habituated lowland gorillas and thousands of square kilometres of rainforest wilderness.
Activities include Ba’Aka cultural activities (net hunting, hut building, and medicinal plant gathering), sundowner cruises, night walks, waterfall hikes, bird watching and lowland gorilla tracking. The lodge has become famous for their pioneering work on pangolins and have a project that researches two species of pangolins.