There is an untouched wilderness in the far south-western corner of the Central African Republic (CAR) known as the Dzanga-Sangha Special Reserve which forms part of the wider Sangha Tri National Park and covers and incredible 6,865 miles (750,000 ha) of unspoilt and pristine rainforest in the heart of the Congo. It is here, within this wilderness that some of Africas most astounding wildlife encounters happen. Western Lowland gorillas roam the forest floors and in open clearings, called baiís, normally wild forest elephant and bongo congregate in large numbers for some spectacular viewing and photography. Prolific birdlife flits around the lodge and tree pangolins are probably the most unexpected animal you will expect to encounter- but here in the Congo, you will see them.
Years of Happy Clients!
Some people call us a safari company and some people call us wildlife photographers. The reality is
that we are both. When you travel with C4 Photo Safaris, you enter into our world of wildife, where
we have spent innumerable hours in studying its whims and understanding its nature.