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Nouabale-Ndoki National Park

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Reviewed 25 June 2017

Our stay in Nouabale-Ndoki National Park was great in many ways. We spent a night in tents on the platform at Mbeli bai listening to the nearby elephant 'traffic' under a full moon. It was magical to see the forest elephants coming and going in...More

2  Thank MaartenB68
Reviewed 25 May 2017

I recently spent several days in Nouabale-Ndoki National Park, as part of a work trip. I was fortunate to include an overnight trip out to the Mondika research and tourism camp to go gorilla tracking. If you need ease, all the comforts, AC, this isn't...More

3  Thank Eli O
Reviewed 20 May 2017

I ended up cancelling a trip to the Atlantic Coas of RoC at the last minute because of the good things I had heard about Nouabale-Ndoki National Park. Specifically the WCS station at Bomassa and Mondika Research Center. The night I spent at Bomassa I...More

2  Thank montydoiel
Reviewed 16 July 2015

Like its first discoverers I stumbled upon Lac Tele from a satellite image of north-eastern Republic of Congo (RoC). Lying amongst the finest primary rainforests of Congo, as well as boasting weird magnetic fields and a resident dinosaur (Mokele-Mbembe), I decided Lac Tele was something...More

10  Thank A A
Reviewed 17 April 2015

We (family of 4) visited the Ndoki park in March 2015. We paid 4.000 dollar per person. Summarized: bad organization (Congo Travel and Tours (CTT) and Blue Latitude Travel (BLT), bad transport, bad (or no) food, bad facilities. All of this may have been acceptable...More

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Patrick A
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Response from MaartenB68 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry Patrick, for not having noticed your question earlier. It's been a while now since you posted it. Anyway, we arranged things directly with Zanne, that is, the pick up from Ouesso by boat to Bomassa on the edge of the... More
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