Hidden Gems of Lopé and Loango National Park


Lopé National Park, a protected site in Gabon, is a must-see destination for nature enthusiasts and conservationists alike. Inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2007 as « Lopé-Okanda Relict Ecosystem and Cultural Landscape, » this park boasts rare natural beauty and a diverse array of wildlife.

Visitors can explore the park while respecting and protecting the environment, as the park offers a wealth of treasures to discover and preserve, including endangered animals and plants. For those looking to spot gorillas and chimpanzees in the wild, Lopé is the place to be. Known for having the highest concentration of primates in the world, the park is home to a large population of mandrills, among other species. Visitors will have ample opportunities to observe these majestic animals in their natural habitat. Don’t miss the chance to experience the wonder of Lopé National Park.



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Wildlife Viewing at Lopé National Park

Wildlife Viewing at Lopé National Park: One of the most memorable moments during a trip to Lopé National Park would be the opportunity to witness the diverse wildlife that call this park home. From gorillas and chimpanzees to elephants and buffaloes, Lopé National Park is home to a wide range of animals, many of which are quite rare and difficult to find in other parts of the world. With a guided tour, you can get up close and personal with these incredible creatures, experiencing the thrill of a lifetime.

Beach and Forest Combination at Loango National Park

Beach and Forest Combination at Loango National Park: Another unforgettable moment during a trip to Loango National Park would be the experience of both the forest and beach environments. The park seamlessly combines wetlands, savannahs, lagoons, and pristine white sandy beaches, making it one of the few places in the world where you can spot wildlife such as hippos, elephants, buffaloes and great apes as well as rare bird species such as Loango Weaver, Congo River Martins, and the rosy bee-eaters. It’s also a great place for fishing enthusiast with fish species such as Barracudas and big sharks.

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