Small Group Tours and Holidays in Central African Republic


In accordance with current British Foreign Office advice we are not currently offering group trips to Central African Republic. However, we have left this section of our website live in the hope that one day, our clients may be able to return to this beautiful country.


The Central African Republic vies with a couple of our other destinations for the title of most pioneering yet. Situated, as the name suggests, right in the heart of Africa, the country has seen its fair share of trouble but now is opening itself up to intrepid travelers keen to explore one more part of this ever enchanting continent. Our group tours and tailor made holidays to Central African Republic focus on the south east of the country, a region of thick forest that is home to some of the most enigmatic species in Africa. Track lowland gorillas in the company of Ba’Aka trackers, watch forest elephants and other animals gather at the bais and travel by dugout canoes through swamps and rivers in search of wildlife. One of the most enduring memories of a trip here will undoubtedly be the local people, friendly, welcoming and resilient, and any time you spend with the Ba’Aka gives you a glimpse into a world long forgotten by the rest of us. It would be wrong of us to claim that the Central African Republic is easy to travel in – it isn’t, and is definitely not for first time visitors to the continent, but to visit here is to push the very boundaries of adventure travel.


Central African Republic - Rainforest Discovery

Style: PioneerGroundbreaking tours to unique destinations
Duration: 8 days
Type: GroupSmall group tours with a maximum of 12 travellers

Based at the charming Sangha Lodge, explore the pristine rainforests of the Dzanga-Ndoki National Park in search of unusual wildlife. Watch forest elephants at Dzanga Bai, track western lowland gorillas, delve into local village life and set out with Ba'Aka pygmies on a traditional hunt.