Dzanga-Sangha Reserve, Bayanga

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A wilderness protected area established in 1990, Dzanga-Sangha Reserve consists of several distinct sectors where endangered species live. Covering a total area of 6,865 sq km (2,650 sq mi), the park is known for its lush vegetation that shelters diverse wildlife, including forest elephants, forest antelopes, and gorillas. Learn about the animal life as you observe elephants feeding on the rich mineral grounds of the park. Or, take a tour deeper into the reserve to see the other species in their natural habitat. Use our Bayanga trip planner to arrange your visit to Dzanga-Sangha Reserve and other attractions in Bayanga.
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  • If you're into wildlife, this place is truly, truly wild! We trekked to see silverback gorillas who looked like King Kong! We saw tons of elephants, including lots of babies! Beautiful birds and...  more »
  • Very rugged trip that involved extensive hiking, but it was very much worth it. Never in my life did I ever expect to come face to face with a silverback gorilla.  more »
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