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4 days tour – Central African Republic

4 days tour – Central African Republic

Join us on an exclusive 4-day tour through the Central African Republic, starting in the lively capital, Bangui, where we’ll explore cultural richness and historical landmarks. Visit the Boali Falls, just 50 km away, with a stroll and lunch by the falls. We will immerse ourselves in the lifestyle of the Mbaiki Pygmy village, witnessing daily routines and traditional dances. Return to Bangui for a city tour, visiting the cathedral and Boganda Museum. Our tour blends adventure, culture, and the warm hospitality of Central Africa.

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4 days tour - Central African Republic

General info

Days4 days / 3 nights
Best travel timeWhole year
DestinationsCentral African Republic
Price€ 1795
IncludingAccommodation
Transportation on the ground
Local guide
Visa
Breakfast
Entry fees
ExcludingInternational flights
Insurance
Visa
Lunch & Dinner
Tips for the guide
Personal expenses
This offer is covered by the STO Garant guarantee. You can find the conditions for this guarantee scheme on STO Garant’s website.

Itinerary

Day 1 – Bangui

  • Arrival in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic (CAR).
  • Airport pick up and drop off at the Hotel.
  • Overnight stay in Bangui

Day 2 – Bangui – Boali Falls

  • After breakfast we leave Bangui and drive to the Boali Falls (around 50km from the capital).
  • Walk around the area while we have a lunch close to the falls.
  • Afternoon return to Bangui.
  • Overnight stay in Bangui.

Day 3 – Bangui – Mbaiki

  • Drive to Mbaiki, a small pigmy village just outside Bangui. Learn about life in the village (incl. a small dance) and see how they do their daily routines.
  • Return to Bangui.
  • City tour of Bangui. Places that we visit include the cathedral and Boganda Museum.
  • Bangui Cathedral, also known as Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, is a striking example of French Gothic architecture.
  • Boganda National Museum, named after Barthélemy Boganda, the first Prime Minister of the Central African Republic, this museum is a treasure trove of Central African art and culture.
  • Central Market, Bangui’s lively marketplace is a sensory delight, offering vibrant fabrics, handcrafted treasures, fresh produce, and local delicacies a snapshot of daily life in the city.
  •  Overnight stay in Bangui.

Day 4 – Bangui

  • Airport drop off.
  • End of the tour.