Nestled in the heart of Africa, the Congo Basin is a vast and diverse region. It is home to the world's second-largest tropical rainforest, a vibrant network of rivers, and a rich mosaic of savannahs and baïs. The Congo Basin is a vital source of biodiversity, providing habitat for an astonishing array of wildlife, including gorillas, chimpanzees, elephants, and a host of other rare and endangered species. With our expert guidance, you will gain a deeper understanding of this incredible landscape and forge a soulful connection with the natural world, where barriers between you and nature dissolve, allowing you to fully embrace the balance of it all. Let us take you on an unforgettable journey of discovery, exploration, and wonder in the Congo Basin.
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Come to one of Africa’s most important Western Lowland Gorilla tracking destinations – the Congo Basin.
For a truly transformative experience of Africa, venture beyond the familiar savannahs and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the Congo Basin. This remarkable region boasts towering primary forests, winding rivers, sprawling savannahs, and bustling baïs, creating a diverse and vibrant landscape that is unlike anywhere else on Earth. This allow you to walk in the footsteps of great explorers and experience the wonders of the Congo Basin firsthand. Our fully inclusive journeys providing you with the freedom and peace of mind to explore this vast and pristine natural kingdom. Whether you are seeking adventure, cultural immersion, or simply a chance to connect with the natural world, the Congo Basin offers an unparalleled opportunity to discover new perspectives and experience the true magic of Africa.
In the heart of the Congo Basin, where a tropical climate dominates the region. This climate is characterized by high levels of precipitation, moderate to high temperatures, and humidity. The primary low-rainfall season falls between June and September, with a gentle-rain season from December through February. Towards the end of March, the temperature gradually rises, marking the beginning of the hot season.
As the temperature steadily increases, the short heavy rains arrive in late April and continue through May. With a gradual decline in temperature, the rainfall gradually decreases, leading to the onset of the long low-rainfall season in mid-June. In July, the temperature drops to some extent, making it one of the coolest and least wet months of the year. The temperature remains fairly low throughout August until the middle of September, when rainfall begins to increase again, marking the end of the low-rainfall season.
In October, the heavy-rain season often begins, making it one of the most variable months of the year. High temperatures persist, but they cool down a bit in November, leading to increased humidity levels. This humid weather continues throughout December until the rains begin to simmer down. Regardless of the time of year, the Congo Basin is a unique and awe-inspiring destination that offers a wealth of natural wonders and unforgettable experiences.
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