CONGO: Access into Odzala Discovery Camps gets easier

22 September 2017

CONGO-BRAZZAVILLE: I am recently back from an inspiring trip to ODZALA DISCOVERY CAMPS where we explored old and new adventures. This area offers a treasure trove of potential experiences and to access these we are launching a second weekly flight between Odzala-Kokoua National Park and Brazzaville. Adding to the weekly Thursday flight, the new Monday flight opens up 3 new itinerary options with our seat-in charter rate.
Monday flights are launching 30th October

4 NIGHTS — Arrive Thursday, depart Monday: perfect for the short gorilla experience.
From US$ 4 905 pps - 3 nights Ngaga + 1 night Mboko.

7 NIGHTS — More date flexibility and the same all round rainforest discovery
From US$ 6 500 pps - 3 nights Ngaga, 2 nights Mboko, 2 nights Lango. Monday - Monday or Thursday - Thursday.

10 NIGHTS — The option for an more in-depth experience with additional activities as well as time to just breathe! Slow down and fill your lungs with the freshest air on the planet.
From US$ 8 225 pps - 4 nights Ngaga, 3 nights Mboko, 3 nights Lango. Monday - Thursday.
 
View Availability
 
CAMP USPs:
  • NGAGA CAMP — Rainforest (part of the 2nd largest on earth!) with western lowland gorilla trekking and forest walks.
  • MBOKO CAMP — Savannah and river area with boat cruises, kayak safaris, swimming and elephants in camp.
  • LANGO CAMP — Baï / swamp experience with large viewing deck, various primates in and around camp, birdwatching, baï discovery walks, forest walks, wading and easy cross over to Mboko for river activities.
2017 Rates 2018 Rates Image Gallery
 
For more images and updates please look at the Instagram posts on @classicportfolio and @love_wild_Africa.

Happy selling Sustainable Africa
Suzanne

PS: The CRIB SHEET and FLIGHT ACCESS map and times documents change regularly. Be sure to always get the latest versions.
Images by Scott Ramsay @love_wild_Africa

Kwandwe Ecca Lodge

Set in thick vegetation overlooking a dense valley, Ecca Lodge offers breathtaking views onto an escarpment of steep shale cliffs. Expansive wooden viewing decks provide the ideal setting to soak up the bushveld atmosphere with a leisurely lunch or a sundowner drink. Rooms are airy and open, with barely a barrier between the indoors and the African bush. Highlights of the guest areas include the open interactive kitchen, a gorgeous rim-flow lap pool and the nearby interpretive library. Each of the six stylish suites features a spacious en-suite bathroom, indoor and outdoor showers, separate loo and twin hand basins. Furnishings combine contemporary sofas with venerable old collectables from the region. Wraparound wooden decks lead f..

READ MORE >

private * unique * committed