Welcome to Congo Safari Tours Guide offering all tourist information about Congo National Parks, traveling to and around Democratic Republic of Congo, tourist Visa to Congo, tour operators in Congo and more information on how to book Congo gorilla safari and permits in Virunga National Park and Kahuzi Biega National Park.
Democratic Republic of Congo is found in Central Africa and among the 3 countries you can find the mountain gorillas in Virunga massifs, because this country has been undergoing the insecurity from the few political groups and international communities like the United Nations and government have put together the effort and the militia groups have been stopped and today the country is so much safe to visit.
This country is so big and it offers a big number of national parks. Today tourist start with the visit to the Virunga National Park where you can not miss the mountain gorilla trekking, Chimpanzee habituation experience, Nyiragongo hike and this is one of the active volcanoes in the world.
Holidays in Congo today are so much loved at the shores of Lake Kivu and with the beautiful Tchegera Tented Camp you can stay as many days as you want. After by water or by road you can visit the Kahuzi Biega National Park where you can experience the visit to the Eastern Lowland gorillas, nature walks and the Lwiro Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
Democratic Republic of Congo, also called Congo – Brazzaville, is a central African nation with rain forest reserves that are habitats for gorillas. Its capital city, Brazzaville, lies across the Congo River from Kinshasa, the capital of neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo. Brazzaville’s highlights include traditional craft markets and the mid-20th-century Basilique Sainte-Anne, with a green-tiled roof and spire.
Democratic Republic of Congo is relatively stable and still recovering from the Civil War. The country is famous for its welcoming culture and rich history and well-developed tourist infrastructure. Besides being home to more than 1,000 species of plants, as well as gorillas, elephants, antelopes, and over 300 types of birds.