Congo Conservation Company

Accommodation Suppliers

Address:
Parcelle No 200, Quartier Ex-Television, Makelekele, Brazzaville, Republic of Congo
Member Number: 204651 Tel: +27828024300

Congo Conservation Company is proud to pioneer eco-tourism in the Republic of Congo (Congo-Brazzavile) and works towards creating a sustainable future for the park and for the surrounding villages. The cornerstone of CCC is to create space and freedom to discover the pristine natural environments of the Congo Basin in safety.

Odzala Discovery Camps consists of Nagaga, Lango and Mboko Camp. Ngaga Camp and Lango Camp are intimate, sensitively constructed camps that blend expertly into their surrounds. Each has splendid communal areas and six beautiful guest suites, all made from locally sourced materials. Ngaga Camp is particularly enthralling as it is located in a marantaceae clearing, each suite raised 3 to 4 metres above the forest floor with vistas at the height of the tree canopy. Lango Camp is situated close to the Lekoli River and has elevated decks connected by timber walkways. It looks out over Lango Bai where various animals, particularly forest buffalo congregate. The elusive forest elephant also visits, and often at night can be heard feeding on the trees next to the bungalows. Mboko Camp, offers visitors breath-taking views of the interface between the tropical rainforest and grassland savannah where hundreds of towering termite mounds help create an otherworldly experience.

Each camp is unique and completely different in experience, making a visit to all three a must-do experience. Ngaga Camp is home to our western Lowland Gorillas. Magda Bermanjo and Herman, who operate under SPAC, work with the research team on building mutual relationships with our three gorilla groups. Lango Camp overlooks one of the biggest bais in Odzala-Kokoua National Park, where wildlife big and small can often be found taking in much-needed minerals and nutrients. Mboko Camp, the newest of the three, operates as the base, but hosts many of our activities with grazing forest buffalo and elephants.

The activities allow guests to explore the tapestry of forests, rivers, baïs and savannahs at the heart of the African continent, with intuitive journeys and immersive experiences. All visitors will gain a deeper understanding of the biodiversity, culture, history, wildlife and conservation of these remote regions, and find a connection with nature, where barriers are removed and one is able to fully immerse in the magic.

Where we operate

  • Congo

Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Bird Watching
  • Canoeing
  • Photography
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp
  • Walking Safaris
  • Eco tourism

News

12 November 2021

Congo Conservation Company CEO Elza Gillman joins the Africa Hub for a virtual tour of The Congo : Tuesday 16th November

Join our CEO Elza Gillman as she talks to The Africa Hub this Tuesday 16th November at 2pm GMT,  for an 'Introduction to The Republic of Congo.'

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23 February 2021

ANNOUNCEMENT: Postponement of Opening to 2 September 2021

Taking into consideration the virulent spread of COVID-19 and the recent cases of transmission from humans to gorillas in the San Diego zoo, the park managing authorities – African Parks, WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) and WWF (Worldwide Fund for Nature) – have jointly agreed that the national parks in the Congo Basin remain closed until further notice.

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24 June 2020

Rare Mandrill Captured on Camera in Odzala-Kokoua National Park in Congo For The First Time

Congo Conservation Company together with conservation non-profit African Parks are pleased to announce the first visual recording of a mandrill (Mandrillus sphinx) by camera trap in the south-western section of Odzala-Kokoua National Park, which African Parks manages in partnership with the Government of the Republic of Congo. Please view the camera trap footage here.

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18 September 2018

Discover Gorilla Tracking in Rep. of Congo

Deep within the forest, there are families who have made this jungle home. They have endured many trials and continue to face threats on their doorstep, however with the support of the communities that live alongside them, the researchers committed to their survival and the backing of authorities throughout the Republic of Congo, the critically endangered western lowland gorillas of the Congo Basin are protected.

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