Beauty - it’s in our nature

Congo, a Land with Abundance of Nature!

Beauty - it’s in our nature

Congo, a Land with Abundance of Nature!

Master the art of Nature

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We are on a mission to tell the true and authentic story of Motherland, the DR Congo! Our detailed articles and intriguing videos will give you the insights and answers that you seek.

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  • Fauna

    The DRC is home to the endangered mountain gorillas, found in the Virunga National Park, making it a crucial hub for gorilla conservation.

  • Flora

    The DRC's rainforests are some of the world's most biodiverse areas, with over 10,000 species of tropical plants, including rare orchids and towering mahogany trees.

  • Waterside

    The Congo River, one of the world's deepest rivers, flows through the DRC, offering picturesque scenes of river life and traditional villages along its banks.

A few common

The Western and Northern parts of the Congo have incredible places to visit, the Eastern part for the Virunga National Park and the Southern part with the Kundelungu National Park.

The Southern, Eastern, and Northern parts are recommended when it comes to observing landscapes and animals.

This could be subjective and relative, in any case, the best place in the DRC, as most recommended, would be the Lola ya Bonobo Sanctuary. But depending on what you want to discover in the DRC,  some other places may be more appealing.

You can start by getting in touch with us. And then when in the DRC, depending on where you are and what you need, you may contact the tourism board, your embassy, or local authorities for assistance during your stay.

The average price of a Hotel in the DRC is 50 USD per night; depending on which part of the country you are in, this could be higher or less.

Book permits through park authorities or tour operators well in advance. Follow their guidelines for treks.

Explore Virunga National Park for gorillas, Garamba National Park for wildlife, and cultural sites like Kinshasa’s markets.

Follow park guidelines, maintain a safe distance from animals, and listen to your guides for instructions.

Of course yes, the DRC has a lot of mobile operators, for WIFI, LAN and mobile connections. Be sure to arrange for one of them before your arrival.

French is the official language. There are four (4) national languages: Lingala and Swahili, the most spoken, then Tshiluba and Kikongo. Learn some basic Lingala here.

CDF or the Congolese Francs,  with the USD are used in DRC. Credit Cards are not really used in some rural areas, but are mostly used in the Urban environments in the stores, shopping malls, hypermarkets, small shops, online stores, and gas stations.

The truth is, it’s a very beautiful place, and nothing bad can happen to anyone, whether it’s during your travels or during your stay in the DRC, however, some places seem to be safer than others inside the country, so making a good choice is really crucial. Speaking of your stay, be careful when visiting the parks, the animals are beautiful but can also be very dangerous when they’re hungry, so don’t stray far from the group.

Pack lightweight clothing, comfortable shoes for trekking, insect repellent, and a power adapter for Type C or D sockets. Get a power bank to supplement your phone power when outside, and very importantly, watch this video now.

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Elephants, mountain Gorillas, and White rhinoceros are fast disappearing from the wild. Without urgent, international action they could be gone within a generation.

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