Travel to the ‘other’ Congo

Explore the undiscovered beauty of Central Africa in the Republic of the Congo, where lush rainforests, unique wildlife, and lively cultures come together in perfect harmony. Brazzaville, the capital, combines history and modern vibes. Dive into the diverse cultures and timeless traditions of indigenous communities. Travel around Congo Brazzaville with a private tour or a group tour and experience an adventure in the untouched beauty of Africa


Join our group tour of Congo in December. Travel with a small, fun group.
Highlights: Sapeurs, Brazzaville, Gorrillas and Pointe Noire.


A quick private tour to the Republic of Congo.
Highlights: Sapeurs, Brazzaville, and Gorrillas.


Name: Republic of the Congo
Capital: Brazzaville
Population: 5.6 million
Surface area: 342,000 km2
Language: French
Neighbouring countries: Gabon, Cameroon, Central African Republic, DR Congo, Angola.

Highlights Congo


Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of the Congo, is not only rich in history but is also home to the stylish Sapeurs. These individuals, part of the Society of Ambiance-Makers and Elegant People, showcase a unique blend of European haute couture (high sewing) and local influences. With impeccable fashion, they add a touch of elegance and artistic expression to the city’s cultural landscape.

 Lesio Luna Wildlife Park

The Lésio-Louna Reserve, is a gorilla sanctuary established through a partnership between the Republic of Congo and the UK charity, The Aspinall Foundation. The diverse range of habitats creates an ideal setting for a wide array of animals from both savannahs and forests.

Pointe Noire 

Pointe Noire, the Republic of the Congo’s second-largest city, is a bustling coastal hub and major port on the Atlantic Ocean. Known for its economic significance in the offshore oil industry, the city combines modernity with historical charm, featuring a mix of architecture. With beautiful beaches like Loango and Diosso, Pointe Noire offers both residents and visitors scenic spots for relaxation.

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