Highlights and main attractions of Dzanga-Sangha National Park
Nestled in the extreme southwestern corner of the country between Cameroon and the Congos, this is the Central African Republic’s major natural attraction and enticing area for tourists to visit, fully capturing the remarkably unspoilt and pristine beauty that the destination has to offer. One of Africa’s best kept secrets, the park forms part of the wider Sangha Tri-National Park, which was established in 1990 and covers an incredible 6,865 miles of virgin rainforest.
The park is home to an astonishing array of biodiversity, with the forest elephant population particularly healthy and presenting the best opportunity to track western lowland gorillas in Africa.
Set within a WWF global 200 site that also covers Gabon, Cameroon, and the Congos, Dzanga Sangha.