At Sangha Lodge, a palpable sense of adventure and a serene atmosphere converge to create a unique experience that is both authentic and inspiring. Rod and Tamar Cassidy, together with their son Alon, have fashioned a place of exceptional natural beauty, and their unwavering commitment to conservation is evident in everything they do.
Nestled in the heart of Dzanga Sangha, Sangha Lodge is located in one of the most remote areas in Africa, offering visitors a rare opportunity to witness wildlife in its natural habitat and explore ancient forests of unparalleled magnificence. The Baï at Dzangha is the main attraction where forest elephants, bongos, red river hogs, forest buffalos, and giant forest hogs congregate in large numbers.
Sangha Lodge is deeply committed to wildlife conservation and supports crucial initiatives such as pangolin research, wildlife rehabilitation, reducing poaching for the bushmeat trade, and socio-economic development. The knowledgeable and passionate staff are always eager to share their love for the region and their expertise on the conservation efforts underway.
Seven cozy chalets, with an eighth currently under construction, are situated along the treeline of the Sangha River, each offering a comfortable stay with an en-suite bathroom, mosquito nets, eco-friendly soaps and shampoos, fans and European power points, and a private deck with a view of the river or the forest. The dining room serves simple but delicious fare, and the well-stocked bar and spacious deck overlooking the Sangha River and national park are perfect for unwinding.
Guests can spend their days immersing themselves in the culture and natural wonders of the region, with activities ranging from joining the Ba’Aka tribe on a net hunting expedition, walking through the Valley of Giants, exploring hidden waterfalls, or learning about the conservation projects at the lodge. Sangha Lodge is a true adventurer’s paradise, where the lush jungle is waiting to be explored and exceptional research programs are ready to be discovered.
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