Congo Safaris | Where to Go for Congo Safaris Tour? – Virunga National Park

Congo Safaris is not very popular with tourists because of the security situation in DR Congo. However, the country has great tourism potential and the people of Congo are welcoming and friendly to visitors. Congo has some of the world’s most beautiful national parks teeming with wild plant and animal species. Acacia Safaris organizes Congo safaris. It has already experienced a long period of instability due to factional uprising, corruption, and poor governance structures. Be careful when visiting parts of Congo where the largest UN peacekeeping missions take place. But we cannot afford to generalize about the security situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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What to Adventure on Congo Safaris?

Safety aside, the country has great tourism potential and the Congolese people are very hospitable and friendly to visitors. The country has some of the most beautiful parks in the world with a wide variety of wild flora and fauna. Visitors on this Congo Wildlife Safaris tour will witness beautiful landscapes, endless green forests, and bodies of water. And unique species such as the elusive okapi. If there is total peace, the country could easily become Africa’s number one safari destination.

With a strong diplomatic community and more than 10 million inhabitants. The capital Kinshasa is home to interesting places such as the “Symphony Naturelles” with its beautiful forests and scenic trails. While in Kinshasa, visit historic buildings, the National Museum of Kinshasa, the snake farm, and the central market of Matangi. Acacia Safaris is pleased to organize safaris in Congo. Many of our travel packages include combined safaris with trips between the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, and Rwanda.

Congo Gorilla Safaris

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Congo Gorilla Trekking & Wildlife Safaris – Where to Go for Congo Safaris?

Eastern Lowland Gorilla Trekking Tour

Kahuzi-Biega National Park

Kahuzi-Biega National Park, named after the Kahuzi-Biega Mountains, is located in South Kivu. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known for its lowland Congo gorilla trekking safaris. Gorillas in the eastern lowlands have long been threatened by poaching, but efforts by the government, conservationists, and other advocates.

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Rwanda Safaris Tour

Virunga National Park

Virunga National Park is Africa’s oldest park, established in 1925 to protect mountain gorillas. It is located near the Congolese border with Uganda and Rwanda as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The extraordinary scenery and biodiversity of Virunga National Park are one of the most beautiful places on earth. Gorilla trekking and hiking.

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Mount Nyiragongo Climbing Tour

Mount Nyiragongo Volcano

Mount Nyiragongo volcano lights up Goma and Virunga National Park. The last volcanic eruption occurred in 2011 and covered more than 100,000 homeless and surrounding areas with volcanic ash. The mountains of hardened lava created the largest volcanic lake in the world. Which still smokes and attracts thousands of tourists every year.

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Where Else to Go for Congo Adventure and Wildlife Safaris?

Garamba National Park

Garamba National Park

Rarely visited, it is one of Africa’s largest national parks and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors on a park tour should expect breathtaking views of the endless African savannah and grasslands. The park is home to giraffes, hippos, rhinos, antelopes, and many bird species. Unfortunately, poaching threatens the astonishing number of large mammals that can be found in the park. Be careful when visiting the park on Congo safaris. Insurgents and armed groups from neighboring countries can seek refuge in the deepest parts of the park.

Salonga National Park

Salonga National Park

This is Africa’s largest rainforest and one of the country’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A great variety of flora and fauna is a must for a visit to this park. Visitors can spot peacocks, forest elephants, pygmy chimpanzees, and skinny crocodiles, among many other species.

Lula Ya Bonobo Reserve

Lula Ya Bonobo Reserve

Laura Ya Bonobo Reserve is one of the attractive places to visit in Kinshasa. Bonobos are endangered pygmy chimpanzees found in the wild only in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Although relatively peaceful compared to their peers, bonobos are significantly persecuted and hunted for their meat. The reserve covers around 30 hectares of forest and helps protect orphans after adults have been killed. Shelter staff and volunteers feed them and prevent them from being sold as pets in illegal markets.

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