Situated in the Northern part of the Congo basin, the Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas are internationally known for their beautiful rainforests, host to a remarkable diversity of wildlife, comprising western lowland gorillas, forest elephants, bongo antelopes, forest buffalos and a multitude of bird species.
Furthermore, a rich local culture, comprising the Sangha fishermen as well as hunting and gathering BaAka, are present in the area.
Apart from conservation and local development efforts, Dzanga Sangha operates as an eco-tourism and research centre.
Sharing borders with Cameroon and Congo, the Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas are part of the Trinational Sangha (TNS) complex, currently in the process to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After a recent recce trip to the area, we have set up a 8 day / 7 night set departure trip for 2012 guided by local experts with charter flights.