Discover the Hidden Gems of Dzanga Sangha National Park

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Discover the Hidden Gems of Dzanga Sangha National Park » as an exciting and unique adventure for nature enthusiasts and eco-tourists. The Dzanga Sangha National Park is located in the Central African Republic and is a hidden gem in the world of wildlife conservation. It is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including elephants, gorillas, buffalos, and leopards, as well as over 500 species of birds. The park also features stunning landscapes and breathtaking views, making it a must-visit destination for those who love nature.

This tour offers travelers the opportunity to experience the beauty and serenity of the park in a truly immersive way. With knowledgeable and experienced guides, you will delve into the rich history and culture of the area, and explore the diverse ecosystems that make this park so special. From trekking through the dense jungle to observing wildlife at the famous Dzanga Bai, this tour promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.



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The Dzanga Sangha Reserve

A wild and primordial spot, the Dzanga Sangha Reserve in the Central African Republic covers a triangle of land wedged between the borders of Congo and Cameroon, occupied by intricate primeval nature, criss-crossed by waterways navigable by small wooden boats and inhabited by surprising wildlife. A perfect destination for eco-tourism circuits, the reserve is the cradle of an explosive nature, inhabited by ancient pygmy peoples, the first to settle in the impenetrable mazes of Central Africa, those mazes that reach as far as the Congo and where Conrad set his Heart of Darkness.

The Baka Pygmies

Here, the Baka Pygmies are still the only custodians of the secrets of the forest, moving in symbiosis with the dense equatorial vegetation, between the Lobaye and Sangha-Mbaeré regions. It is therefore not surprising that on the trail of the gorillas, elephants, crocodiles and hippopotamuses that inhabit these green lands, it is the Baka hunters who lead the way, the only ones able to move nimbly in the environment surrounding their camps of huts, knowing how to interpret every slightest sign of nature, such as reading animal tracks, predicting the weather and even interpreting animal and bird calls.

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