Odzala National Park in the central north of the Congo is an ecotourism paradise with an exceptional diversity of plants and wildlife to enthral. Here you can encounter lowland gorillas, monkeys, elephants, Grimm's duiker, spotted hyenas, lions, buffaloes, bongos, leopards and other forest mammal species as well as many bird species.
Nouabale-Ndoki National Park is another of the Congo’s highlights. Nestled in the far north of the country this uninhabited and pristine rainforest is an equally diverse place.
Andrea Turkalo, one of our Natural World Heroes is known for spending over 20 years researching forest elephants in Dzanga-Ndoki National Park in the south west of the country so visit to this area is a worthwhile addition to your safari too.