Welcome to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). A territory of a vast area with a cultural wealth and breathtaking landscapes! The DRC has 9 national parks of which the ICCN (Congolese institute for the conservation of nature) ensures the protection of a space which would be equivalent to 1% of the surface of Africa. The DRC is also a real favorite destination for botanists. The vegetation in the DRC is lush for this country straddling the equator. Without forgetting the Congo River which remains the symbol of national unity. 4700 km long, it irrigates the 2nd tropical forest in the world after the Amazon. It is called the main artery of the 2nd lung on the planet. The Congo River is an asset for the country’s transport system. The Congo is an exciting destination with a young population and abundant and varied natural resources. Come and discover this largest country in sub-Saharan Africa.

Why travel to Democratic Republic Of Congo (DRC)?


In light of its geographic immensity, the climate is extremely varied. While the temperature is moderately high all year round given its location the country is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, the trade winds of the Indian Ocean and the equatorial zone and that of the mountainous regions of the east. It can get cold there, especially in the evening at the top of the Nyiragongo volcano or Rwenzori. Travelers are sometimes surprised to learn that there is eternal snow on top of Rwenzori straddling the DRC and Uganda.

Another of the riches of the Congolese people lies in the physical, linguistic and cultural diversity of its inhabitants. The Pygmies are considered to be the oldest settlements there.

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Long coveted basements often grab the headlines. You will find among others: copper, cobalt, diamond, not to mention gold, chromium and coltan coveted by the aeronautical, computer and electronics industries. Today oil attracts investors. This country is paradoxically rich with the majority of its population classified among the poorest in the world. Tourism is still underdeveloped there and is believed to be a key sector in job creation and economic development.

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