Nouabale Ndoki National Park- Gorilla Trekking in Congo.

Nouabal-Ndoki National Park is a national park in the Republic of the Congo. Established in 1993, north of Congo, it is mostly populated with elephants, apes, ranging from western lowland gorillas to chimpanzees and bongo. It is 3,921.61 km2 (1,514.14 sq mi) of pristine tropical rain forest with no human habitation within it and with least habitation in the peripheral villages. The forests have a rich biodiversity of 300 bird species, plus 1,000 plant and tree species which include endangered mahoganies.

The Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park covers more than 4,000 square kilometers of contiguous lowland rainforest in northern Republic of Congo. It is arguably the best example of an intact forest ecosystem remaining in the Congo Basin. The park has never been logged, contains no roads within its borders, and still protects wildlife populations deep within its interior that have had little or no contact with people.

The forest is part of the larger Sangha Tri-National Forest Landscape that in July 2012 was nominated as a World Heritage Site. The region is a stronghold for important populations of large mammals, including forest elephants, western lowland gorillas, and chimpanzees. The park also contains forest clearings that offer a window into the lives of shy forest wildlife, creating fantastic opportunities for tourism development and conservation science.

There are countries you have to visit in spite of the difficulties of doing so. The Republic of Congo is one of them. You go not to visit its capital, Brazzaville – a hilly, muddy mass of traffic, mud and cheerily-painted shacks – or to stay in one of its grim city hotels, with their unlockable doors and clientele of thick-necked men in camouflage.

its from this basis that a wildlife safari to congo is a different trip to africa that cant  be offered by any company or tour operator except Congo Gorilla Safaris that works in partnership with Car Rental Congo for all ground transportation of tourists to different parts of Republic of congo.


Things to Do & See in Nouabale Ndoki National Park

  • Western  Lowland Gorillas
  • Forest wildlife ( Elephants)
  • Chimpanzee
  • 13 Primates
  • Gorilla Trekking
  • Primate Watching
  • Chimpanzee Tracking

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