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Congo is an eco-tourism wilderness waiting to be discovered with its unbridled natural beauty

Connect with a leading DMC and tour operator in East Africa. We promote eco-tourism and sustainable travel and specialise in DR Congo and Burundi with our local expertise, suppliers and connections. Congo is a huge green tropical lung in the centre of Africa and is the same size as Western Europe. It is home to vast areas of the last remaining unexplored wildernesses on the planet, the mighty Congo River, and numerous primates from chimpanzees and bonobos to lowland and mountain gorillas and forest elephants. We take care that we respect the environment and the local cultures.

Our DMC in Congo organizes both group tours and tailor-made private itineraries to an international standard. We can easily handle the tourist visa process and gorilla permits for our clients. Our service is safe and reliable and we ensure constant communication before and during your tour, so you can relax and enjoy our beautiful destination. With 12 years of experience and a strong local network, we can create unique experiences for both leisure and corporate travel.

We also offer a top-notch M.I.C.E. management service, including safe client transport logistics, conference coordination and event management in Kinshasha and Goma. We have a friendly team of private, experienced French or English-speaking driver-guides to accompany you and share their local knowledge and history of the Congo. We compose unique itineraries, with the best accommodation available in the area, at a competitive price.

Let us take you on an eco-adventure in Dr Congo and a trekking expedition to see gorillas and chimpanzees. Whether you visit for nature treks, a cultural tour or to discover a new African destination, we look forward to being your trusted partner DMC in Congo and saying “Boyei bolamu to our Congo”!

Top Travel highlights in DR Congo

Congo is on the verge of becoming one of the finest eco-tourism destinations in Africa. With three, little-visited National Parks of immense natural beauty we share our recommended places to visit:

  • Overnight or take a day tour at Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary and see the endangered bonobos (pygmy chimpanzees) – just 20 minutes from Kinshasha.
  • Enjoy a safari at N’sele Park located 40km from Kinshasa and try the “Flight of the Falcon” zipline experience.
  • Discover Congo Central province, formerly known as Bas-Congo, where you can visit the Falls of Zongo.
  • Track lowland plains gorillas at Kahuzi-Biega National Park.
  • Track the mountain gorilla families in Virunga National Park.
  • Climb the Nyiragongo Volcano in small groups.
  • Enjoy a cruise on Lake Kivu with excellent birding opportunities – one of the Great Lakes in the Albertine Rift.
  • Visit a local coffee plantation with a tour and taste the delicious Congo coffee bean.
  • Discover the authentic Idjwi Island: Visit a pineapple plantation, take a village walk and interact with friendly locals, bird watch, swim and visit the local fisherman.
  • Enjoy a private group or business brunch on Tchegera Island on Lake Kivu.
  • Organize a private biking tour and visit some of the local projects in Kivu.
  • Small groups can visit Garamba National Park, home to the endangered Kordofan giraffe and white rhinoceros – a private flight is required.
  • Visit Kisangani where you can see Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, take a pirogue cruise on the Congo River, see the centuries-old Wagenia fishermen and the Boyoma Falls.