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Congo National Parks

Tchegera Island is a fantastic weekend gateway island located in the northern shore of Lake Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Lake Kivu forms a natural boundary between Rwanda and DR Congo.  Tchegera Island is a top destination where most travelers relax after a very long gorilla trekking experience in Virunga national park and the adventurous mount Nyiragongo hiking tour on a memorable safari to DR Congo. Many visitors opt

Mount Nyiragongo is an active stratovolcano located inside Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and good spot for hiking and climbing. The volcano is just 20 Km north of Goma town and Lake Kivu in the western region of Rwanda. Mount Nyiragongo rises 3,470 meters above the sea level, with a main crater covering about 2 Km wide, endowed with a lava lake. The depth of

Kundelungu National Park is one of the best national parks in the Democratic Republic of Congo where travelers go to explore the park in a number of safari activities ranging from wildlife sightings to nature walks. The Park covers an area of about 7600 square kilo meters and its was gazetted as a national park in 1970. Kundelungu National Park started as a private hunting ground before it was declared

Kahuzi Biega National Park is one of the biggest and an important protected area that attracts a number of tourists in the Democratic Republic of Congo; located on the western bank of Lake Kivu in Bukavu. Part of the national park is found in Mitumba Mountain range within the Albertine Rift Valley while the largest part of the park is located the lowland terrain. The park is a home to Eastern

Garamba National Park is among the oldest national parks in Africa. It was gazetted in 1938. The park is located in Orientale Province, north east of Democratic Republic of Congo and it borders with South Sudan. In 1980, the park was designated World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to its great biodiversity and huge wildlife species. Garamba National Park covers an area size of 5200 km2 and it is administered by

Virunga National Park is situated the Albertine rift valley, northeastern of Democratic Republic of Congo and it is Africa’s most biologically diverse national park. In 1979, the park was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Virunga national park in Congo is among the only four parks in the world where you can find the endangered mountain Gorillas. Other national parks include; Bwindi impenetrable forest national Park and Mgahinga gorilla national