8 Night Republic Of Congo, Odzala-Kokoua National Park

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Radisson Blu M'Bamou Palace | Brazzaville

The Radisson Blu M’Bamou Palace Hotel places guests on the banks of the infamous Congo River within Brazzaville’s Central Business District. As the capital of the Republic of Congo, Brazzaville hosts hundreds of business visitors who can choose from 178 guest rooms including Presidential Suites and Duplex Apartments. Several on-site dining options present themselves for on-the-go guests needing a satisfying meal or a nourishing drink from the Spa juice bar. Ideal for family trips as well, M’Bamou Palace features a children's pool at the Wellness Center for younger guests while their parents enjoy the sauna or fitness facilities. With over 2,600 square meters of meeting space, host a successful social or business event in one of 8 innovative rooms.

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Ngaga Camp | Mbomo

Odzala National Park covers an incredible 13 600km2 (1.36 million hectares / 3.36 million acres) and represents an essential part of both the greater Congo Basin system and the groundbreaking TRIDOM Transfrontier Park which combines adjacent national parks in Gabon and Cameroon, as well as Congo.

Ngaga Camp, located just outside the park boundary in the Ndzehe concession, overlooks a beautiful open glade within primary forest above a forest stream. The Camp is situated within the overlapping home ranges of several groups of western lowland gorillas, two of which are habituated.

Ngaga is truly gorilla central. A focal point for world-class research as well as unforgettable primate encounters, Ngaga Camp’s unique design evokes the fun and mystery of childhood treehouses. From the six elevated guest rooms, wraparound walkways allow you to peer directly into the forest canopy. Like Lango, the Camp is constructed from natural materials using traditional techniques.

Walkways lead through dense marantaceae vegetation to the central main area, which is sited at the crest of the glade looking into and above the rainforest, while a separate deck is located at a natural swimming spot on the Ngaga Stream below camp.

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3 Nights

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Spoken Languages: English, French

No. Rooms: 6

Special Interests: Adventure, Birding, Flora, Hiking, History & Culture, Indigenous Culture / Art, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Star Gazing, Wildlife

Mboko Camp | Odzala Kokoua National Park

Odzala National Park covers an incredible 13 600km2 (1.36 million hectares / 3.36 million acres) and represents an essential part of both the greater Congo Basin system and the groundbreaking TRIDOM Transfrontier Park which combines adjacent national parks in Gabon and Cameroon, as well as Congo.

Our largest Camp, Mboko’s 12 guest rooms extend 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.

Mboko provides spectacular star-viewing opportunities before you fall asleep to the sounds of life-giving water flowing to meet the Congo River, and also offers access to nearby villages on the fringes of the Park, where you can met and interact with local people.

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1 Night

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Drinks (Local Brands) Included

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Spoken Languages: English, French

Special Interests: Adventure, Birding, Flora, Hiking, History & Culture, Indigenous Culture / Art, Nature, Relaxation, Star Gazing, Wildlife

Lango Camp | Odzala Kokoua National Park

Time at Lango Camp is about getting wet, getting muddy and getting in touch with this pristine
landscape which features a network of streams, baïs, forest and pockets of savannah

Six double chalets are found nestled on stilts in the dense forest overlooking Lango Baï. These unique chalets were constructed from natural materials such as locally woven raffia palm panels. The camp is connected by a series of raised walkways creating a treehouse-like atmosphere. A dining room, lounge and bar area are found on the main deck overlooking the baï. Our star deck and fire pit are perfectly positioned for pre-dinner drinks to watch the sunset and, simply, to relax.

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2 Nights

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Drinks (Local Brands) Included

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Spoken Languages: English, French

No. Rooms: 6

Special Interests: Adventure, Birding, Flora, History & Culture, Indigenous Culture / Art, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Star Gazing, Watersports, Wildlife

Mboko Camp | Odzala Kokoua National Park

Odzala National Park covers an incredible 13 600km2 (1.36 million hectares / 3.36 million acres) and represents an essential part of both the greater Congo Basin system and the groundbreaking TRIDOM Transfrontier Park which combines adjacent national parks in Gabon and Cameroon, as well as Congo.

Our largest Camp, Mboko’s 12 guest rooms extend 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.

Mboko provides spectacular star-viewing opportunities before you fall asleep to the sounds of life-giving water flowing to meet the Congo River, and also offers access to nearby villages on the fringes of the Park, where you can met and interact with local people.

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  • Video
  • Rooms
  • Facilities

Your Stay

1 Night

Fully Inclusive

Drinks (Local Brands) Included

Fast Facts

Campsite

Spoken Languages: English, French

Special Interests: Adventure, Birding, Flora, Hiking, History & Culture, Indigenous Culture / Art, Nature, Relaxation, Star Gazing, Wildlife

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