Recommended Great Tourist Attractions In The Central African Republic

Border with Cameroon, Chad and the two countries Congo, Central African Republic is home to a vast plain and dull, with scattered hills in northeast and south west areas of the country. Yes, the area is dry, wet and hot, but the same landscape and the flora and fauna found in the country is enough to swoon with joy.

Located in the heart of Africa, will appreciate not only the landscape and the hospitality of the people, but also the variety of woods and forests which houses various species of animals that can not be found anywhere in the world. In 2001, the Ecologist magazine declared that the Central African Republic in the country a world leader in sustainable development with a lot of her remaining virgin forests after so many years.

Like any other trip, if you are planning to travel to the Central African Republic, it is necessary that you are aware of the different seasons and weather that usually carry. The best time to visit is between November and April, as the rain begins to arrive in early February. When it rains here, it really rains best way to avoid the rainy season.

Traveling to the Central African Republic is not just an adventure, but rather a way to commune with nature and experience its splendor. If you are the ultimate nature lover then this place is for you. Most national parks in the country are open all year, but Manovo-Gounds St. Floris National Northwest is only open from December 1 to May 15, because many of the animals begin to mate here this season and is necessary to provide a quiet and peaceful for them. This park also appeared in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.

In the Northeast, Bamingui-Bangoran National Park is well populated with wildlife, including leopards, lions and rhinos. In the southwest of the country is Dzanga-Sangha National Park and this is one of the most popular tropical forests in the area.

To get to the other cities, visitors can use the boats and barges on the Ubangi River. This is the most important river, not only in the Central African Republic, but throughout Africa, as it is also a way for merchants to trade in the traditional way.

Baliis ramps is another wonder of nature, as it falls from 50 meters high mountains. Is said to be stronger than Niagara Falls during the rainy season, but not more than a trickle during the summer. The water is controlled by a Chinese dam built upstream and a small entry fee applies if you want to take a look at this huge waterfall.

Three miles south west of Bangui is the forest village of Ma Baikie. This area is surrounded not only by the forests, but also by the incredible aroma of coffee and snuff growing nearby. This is a stopping point for tourists who are visiting the camps of Baka neighborhood. Know is another town in the northeast, primarily known for his sculptures of ebony.


the Bamingui-Bangoran National Park

Dzanga-Sangha National park

 
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