Where can you meet the Ba-Aka?
We’ve taken offbeat explorations to another level with our new African rainforests fly-in safari into Dzanga-Ndoki National Park, in the rainforests of south-western Central African Republic. A total area of more than 4,000 km2 or 400,000 hectares. Highlights include tracking with the Ba-Aka pygmies, and seeing forest elephants.
Bongo antelope and forest elephant in Dzanga-Ndoki National Park
Hike through clouds of butterflies to encounter the majestic forest elephants, watch them plunge their trunks deep into water-logged holes in search of minerals.
Head out with a guide to search for the elusive western lowland gorilla.
Western lowland gorilla
Accompany the local Ba’Aka tribes people as they hunt for food with their nets: edible plants and roots, medicinal barks, and Africa’s smallest antelope, the duiker.
Trekking through the rainforests of south-western Central African Republic with a Ba-Aka guide
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