Loango Lodge

Loango Lodge

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#1 of 3 lodges in Loango National Park
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Amidst the fascinating surroundings of Loango National Park, we offer you the small but exclusive Loango Lodge, set on the Iguela Lagoon, with uninterrupted views of the wide tranquil river that separates the lodge area and the national park.
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Shire dweller wrote a review Sept 2020
Ardingly, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We spent 10 wonderful days here earlier this year before covid-19 restrictions were imposed. The lodge is in a lovely location by the side of a lagoon and if you're lucky you can spot monkeys in the surrounding trees. The customer service was very good and the lodge is well managed. The rooms were comfortable and clean with expansive views across the lagoon. The food was on the whole excellent, which is quite something considering it's remote location.

The highlight for me was a trip to the Akaka bush camp. Here you really are in the middle of nowhere with some interesting wildlife in the vicinity. Mosquitoes and tsetse flies a tad bothersome at Akaka but with the correct clothing (avoid dark colours) and repellents you can still relax here. Waking up to the sounds of hornbills and frogs calling in the morning was a very memorable experience. We were there in the wet season but I understand dry season is better if you want to see large mammals at Akaka.

Another highlight was the trip to see the lowland gorillas. The gorillas guides were really good and very respectful of the gorilla's personal space. We had some great views particularly of the silverback which was enjoying some ripe fruit. My girlfriend did the gorilla trip twice she enjoyed it so much.

We'd definitely like to return one day - a very special place.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Eddie G wrote a review May 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I had the privilege to visit Loango Lodge and the National Park for 4 days. The trip was organized by Donna at See Wild Travels and her communication was outstanding. She is also just a pleasure to interact with. The logistics of getting there, while multi-step, went seemlessly. That's no mean feat. The Lodge is perfectly matched to the location and Mathieu is the consummate host. For me and every other guest there he took the time to find out what we were most interested in and to develop a personalised visit plan that would match this. The guides were knowledgeable and the care and respect for the National Park evident. I work in conservation so this is an important aspect for me. The wildlife viewing was high quality but it's the distinctive landsacpes that make this such a gem. You wouldn't have to see much wildlife here to still feel you had a really special experience. The food at the Lodge was great and the accommodation really comfortable and spacious. I very much hope I get the chance to return at some stage.
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Date of stay: January 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Skyler wrote a review Jun 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a wonderful honeymoon trip to Loango Lodge organised by Donna at See Wild Travels. We’d chosen Gabon to see the Gorillas and were not disappointed. After a 3 hour drive from Port Gentil, at the end down sandy tracks, we were taken by boat to the new Ndola luxury tented camp. What greeted us was a gorgeous camp, with each of the tented huts sheltered by trees overlooking the lagoon. Lynn and Mathieu who manage the camp did a fantastic job looking after us during our 5 night stay. During the early dry season when we were visiting, the animals are migrating further inland along the river. Lynn suggested a night at another camp, Akaka, so we could see the animals in both environments. The Akaka tented camp is smaller, perched along the river and you really do have the sense of being the only humans for miles - seeing elephants swimming across the river was a regular occurrence! All in, the safari experience at Loango was completely unique - you don’t have the swathes of ‘big 5’ seen in other areas of Africa, but what you do have is the chance to be some of the only visitors to a truly wild place, with some animals you can’t see elsewhere.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Alistair C wrote a review Feb 2024
Porlock, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We, too, came here to see gorillas, organised by Donna at See Wild. We stayed in the main N'dolo Lodge and the Louri Wilderness Camp, both for two nights. Both locations are excellent with really good accommodation, food and guides. Everything is well organised and professionallyexecuted. All we can really say is that we whole-heartedly agree with the many recent positive reviews of Loango and the gorilla trekking. Recommended
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Date of stay: January 2024
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Poleinahole wrote a review Mar 2010
Switzerland
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Iguela lodge is the flagship lodge run by Netherlands based Africa´s Eden. A Dutchman who made his fortune in the oil business in Gabon decided to set up a lodge here in partnership with the World Conservation Society (partnership no longer exists)after Michael Fey (of National Geographic fame) walked from Central African Republic to Gabon to bring attention to the plight of the rain forest. The famous images by photographer Nick Nichols of hippos surfing on the Loango beaches helped persuade the Gabonese government to declare this place a national park a few years ago.

A trip here is expensive at Euro 2,500 for the week, but when you consider the experience you are getting it is abolutely worth it.

A trip to Loango involves a thirty minute flight from Libreville to Port Gentil. Then, you have to take a boat to Omboue. Note that the boat is not owned by Africa´s Eden but by the Hotel Olako in Omboue. Its a nice two hulled hydrofoil type boat that seats twenty and is covered thereby providing protection from the sun and rain. It leaves a few times a week. One departure is on Friday when Loango´s regularly scheduled trips begin. You can arrive on other days but you might then have to take a small pirogue with no shelter from the sun or rain which will take a bit longer. (One party I met at Loango included the US Ambassador´s family whose journey lasted nearly 4.5 hours because they had to change boats midstream when their small boat developed engine trouble). Loango does own a nice pasenger boat but it uses too much fuel so they use it to load supplies only. They are planning on getting a smaller and faster boat to put their own passengers on, but be prepared with long sleeve shirts and suncream and rain ponchos (during the rainy season) in case you have a long boat ride!

Loango used to have a plane that flew guests from Port Gentil to Loango Lodge. That stopped in the fall of 2009 when Omar Bongo (former President of Gabon) died. Omar had been a supporter of the Loango project and because Africa´s Eden put so much money into conservation they were allowed to fly commercial flights with their SCD flight company not just to Loango but also to Libreville, Sao Tome and Central African Republic where they also own high end safari lodges. They were exempted from having a commercial license and when Omar died they were told they needed to get a license and also pay for all the flights they had run w/o licenses. They have been trying to sort this out for six months and are hopeful they will again be flying soon, but don´t bet on it so be prepared for the long journey by boat. (I booked my trip when they were still flying and was told a month before my arrival that I would be going by comfortable passenger boat and that there would be rest stops (there are none).

As mentioned above, the big boat is fine but a small boat will be very uncomfortable. Loango doesn´t seem to know what boat you will be traveling on. When I left Loango I was told I would be on a small boat leaving Omobue for Port Gentil at 11:00 AM but was mercifully put on the faster big boat leaving at 1 pm, However, that caused me to nearly miss my flight at Port Gentil which was scheduled to depart at 17:30. Note that although the airport at Port Gentil is tiny and there is no waiting area or even a usable public toliet (go to the restaurant next to the airport) they require you to check in 2 hours before a flight and give seats away if you aren´t there on time, so I was very lucky to still have a seat though the airline staff gave me a lecture about my tardiness. (I had asked Loango to change the flight to a later one, but they didn´t because they said I would arrive on time if I left on the 11 am boat. ) Don´t book an international flight out of Gabon on the same day as you arrive back from Loango in case you are late! Obviously, the plane situation has also impacted Africa Eden´s ability to effect transfers to its lodges in Sao Tome and Central African Republic.

Although coordinating between so many different lodges and between the Netherlands (who will be in touch with you as you book your trip) is difficult, I did feel that it could have been handled better. My air tickets weren´t waiting for me at my hotel in Libreville as agreed even though I reminded them about this two days before flying and I had to make several expensive calls to sort this out. (The local numbers for the Africa´s Eden agent I was given told me he hadn´t been working with them for two years. He gave me the number of someone who promised to help (Dutch guy based in Port Gentil whose name I think was Herman?) and who said he would check back in with me but never did. Loango Lodge wasn´t answering their calls. So be sure to ask them for up to date contact numbers before you arrive in Gabon.) I had to call the Netherlands to sort this out and asked for updated numbers and was promised them but never received them. Fortunately a lady showed up late in the afternoon before my early morning flight the next morning with my air tickets to Port Gentil. She told me she wasn´t told when I would be arriving in Libreville. I asked her for the name and number of a local contact in Port Gentil to make sure they were waiting for me the next day and she gave me the number of someone who the others based in Port Gentil had never heard of. Fortunately, someone was there to pick me up but I gather that some guests have in the past been left waiting for hours at the Port Gentil airport so just double check everything As mentioned above, the Lodge didn´t know what boat I was travelling on from Omboue and I nearly missed my flight as a result. Finally, although they ask you for lots of information including meal requirements when you sign up for the trip, this isn´t passed onto Loango so you have to fill this out all over again when you arrive and they were surprised that I was a vegetarian. My tip would be to ask them a few days before yo are due to arrive for the lodge manager´s e-mail and just confirm everyhting with both the Netherlands and Loango lodge directly and also send Loango a copy of your information sheet and remind them of any diteray restrictions.

Still, despite these few hiccups, my trip went very well. I had the lodges to myself at EVengue and St. Catherine´s and for most of my time at Tassi and Loango. Despite the fact that I was solo, they didn´t cheap out on me and I was fortunate to have solo safaris for most of my time in Loango. If you come expecting masses of game like in East Africa, the private game reserves in South Africa or Botswana you will be disappointed. But if you come with realistic expectations of seeing buffalo and forest elephants--if you are lucky on the beach!--you will be happy. Although I didn´t see the elusive surfing hippos, I did see them close to the lodge and the sight of the elephants and buffaloes on the beach at sunset at Lourie will remain with me forever.

Some folks come expecting to see gorillas and chimpanzes. Note they are not habituated (reasearchers are cureently trying to do this but it will take many more years) so you will see a fleeting glimpse of some brown fur only after many hours of tracking and only if you are very lucky. You can see three Western lowland gorillas behind an electrified fence at Evengue Island Lodge which is also run by Africa´s Eden (see my review) or go to Central African Republic or Norther Republic of Congo to see habituated gorillas. From July to September you have an excellent chance of seeing breaching humbback whales from St Catherine´s Beach camp.

The Iguela lodge is excellent and unbelievable luxury in the middle of nowhere. The rooms have airconditioning (though note that they switch off the electricity for most of the morning), free high speed WIFI, a swimming pool set in a lovely garden and a setting right on the banks of a lagoon. The rooms are upmarket safari chic and the bathroom has power showers with hot water. This is the only lodge with laundry service. Just fill out the form and the laundry will be ready for you back in your room at Iguela when you return from the bush camps (you keep your room even when you are at the other camps if there are no other guests needing it, which is a super service and little luxury). Food is excellent. The head chef is Indian and his number two is Togolese and they are so friendly and will make sure the food is something you like. They serve a lot of fresh fish caught fresh from the lagoon each morning, but also expertly cater to vegetarians. Note that you don´t need to follow the suggested week safari schedule on their website. So if you prefer to spend more time at Iguela rather than at the non electrified simple bush camps at Tassi, St Catherine´s or Akaka) this can be arranged. Africa´s Eden does a good job of tailoring safaris to their guests needs. For example, I chose not to sat at the expensive and mediocre Meridien in Libreville prefering to make my own arrangements at the Dorian Hotel instead (see my review) and got a price reduction as a result. Some guests didn´t pay their all inclusive trips and made their own flight arrangements to and from Port Gentil and then paid cash for the boat ride. This is a good option and might work out a bit cheaper if you are an expat in Gabon or have alocal contact there.

The one downside to Loango is that you leave on safaris at 8 AM, when the animals are already retreating to find cooler territory for the day. (You can leave as early as 6 AM from the satellite camps only.) I was told by some staff that this is to save on overtime staff costs. In contrats, the afternoon safaris start at 2:30 PM which is to early as it is still too early to see much game. I was told this was because some guests complained they weren´t getting their money´s worth, but the obvious solution seems to be to start the safaris earlier in the morning rather than trying to compensate by starting when it is still too hot in the afternoon. (My best sightings at Llourie were between 5 and 6 PM.) It seems a shame to come all this way and not maximize visitors´ animal encounters, so this is something I would really recommend Africa´s Eden changes. When pushed, because we did not see hippos on other days, they did agree to have a boat leave earlier in the morning (it was ready at 7AM which is when they arranged for early breakfast) so we could see the hippos near the lodge. Unfortunately, we again left at just before 8 AM due to some guests not being given a firm start time for the boat trip--we were simply told `after breakfast at 7` and some guests take longer than others to be ready. Fortunately, we still saw the hippos, but if you aren´t in your own group, make sure the lodge managers make it clear that to be fair to all guests, the safari will leave at a certain time. We also had to interrupt our trip because the boatmen were told to bring us back to the lodge at 9:30 so we check out in time to catch our 11 AM boat at Omboue, but instead we left on a 1 PM boat and had a very hot two hour wait in Omboue instead.

The other downside is that staff morale is very low. This will be noticable to you especially if you speak French and can talk to the Gabonese staff. I had met the South African lodge managers in Principe two years ago and they were noticeably more friendly and relaxed and interacted with the guests more there. The language barrier and the bigger scale of the operations in Loango seems to be taking a toll on them. Even if you are a solo guest, you will be left to eat alone except at the bush camps, where a South African manager will join you. Fortunately, the friendly Togolese sous chef McCoy was a great host. Hassan, the deputy manager based in Port Gentil is very friendly and helpful.

I would recommend a visit to Loango to anyone with realistic expectations of what they can expect to see and who has been properly briefed about the long boat journey from Port Gentil and is prepared for the sun and possible rain on this trip. I would also recommend that guests going to Tassi or Akaka bring a pair of river shoes for the forest walks as you frequently cross marshy areas. The lodge will bill you in CFA but also accepts Euros and probably USD but as with most places in Gabon doesn´t take credit cards. Finally, do try and have them arrange an evening with one of the researchers tracking gorillas or chimps as their work is fascinating and this proved one of the highlights of my trip. (See my review of Tassi Savannah Camp.)

Loango Lodge and its satellite camps have been hit hard by their inability to fly in guests from Port Gentil. Sixty percent of their business was from local expats coming for a long weekend who now don´t want to lose an entire day transfering to and from the lodge. I hope Loango can resolve this issue and that its survival will be assured so that others can visit this magical place.
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Date of stay: March 2010
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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offthebeatenpath101 wrote a review Sept 2010
Santa Barbara, California
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is an expensive little trip and the lodge/food is worth no more than three or four nights, and only if the fishing is good and you have a chance to see a decent number of hippos, rhino, forest elephants, mangabees and birds. We had hoped to see bongo too but had no luck. We spent a couple of nights at one of the satellite bush camps--Akaka--which is on the primitive side but the surroundings are Edenesque and animal sightings turned out to be adequate. The main lodge has been threatened with closure by the government (we were there in late Augiust 2010) so not sure what has happened. Management was terrific--friendly and efficient--and the food professionally prepared. In the dry season March (through September 15), game viewing is a little precious, and the irony is that in the rainy season the lodge closes down. Combine this trip with a flight into C.A.R. for a chance to see habituated gorillas in Dzanga-Sangha...the real jewel in the crown of west/central Africa.
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Date of stay: August 2010
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Brinn16 wrote a review Sept 2015
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We loved loved loved Loango Lodge! The staff was beyond friendly and accommodating, the rooms and atmosphere was relaxing and inviting and the food was BEYOND delicious! I do wish we could have stayed longer to check out more of the park, but the staff made sure we got to see al that we could. This is not a Krueger type safari, do not expect to see lions and giraffes. But if you like birds (oh so many types) and reptiles, this is the place for you. But the highlights were Forest Elepjants and the Hippos.

The trip out to the lodge is not for the faint of heart, it is a trek. (We began in Libreville) the journey consisted of a 1/2 hour flight, 4 hour boat ride and then a 1+ Hour 4x4 ride.
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Date of stay: September 2015
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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bornin42 wrote a review Jul 2014
newyork
4.0 of 5 bubbles
It takes some effort to get here from Libreville - 1/2 hour flight to Port Gentil followed by 3-1/2 hour boat trip across Port Gentil Bay and through inland waterways, then 1-1/4 hours in 4X4. But it's definitely worth the trip. Bob, the relatively new owner of the Lodge, has fixed it up nicely. Main lodge is beautiful, and rooms are comfortable and air conditioned. Oddly, the only amenity in bathrooms is soap, so bring your own shampoo and lotion. Housekeeping staff needs nudging to do your room properly and change towels and linens every 2 days. But the guides (who are also drivers and boatmen) are excellent, and so is the chef. The Lodge flies in good French cheeses, charcouterie, vegetables and salad greens from France. Fresh caught fish from the Iguela Lagoon is beautifully prepared and served. Wine (French) is expensive at 45 euro per bottle, but the local beer, Regab, is quite good and moderately priced at 4 euro for a big bottle. Bottled water, which you will need, is extra and comes in very large bottles, but you can ask the Lodge to save your undrunk portion from one meal to the next. Wildlife viewing is best on the excursion to Ngove River and Akaka Camp (worth an overnight stay, despite its somewhat delapidated condition); many wonderful birds, lots of forest elephants close to the water's edge, forest buffalo, sitatunga, monkeys, etc. Boat trips around the lagoon are good, too - good birds, fruit bats and hippos among other sightings. Driving in 4X4 on the savannah is best in the late afternoon, when elephants, forest buffalo and Red River hogs come out of the forest to graze.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask for a room with a deck that overlooks the lagoon.
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wileyc0y0te wrote a review Aug 2013
Washington, DC
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The common areas are spectacularly nice, and the food was some of the best on our trip, but the rooms could be a bit nicer for what they cost. I concede you are in the middle of a jungle, but for what they charge we need to see fewer bugs and a little more cleaning inside the rooms. This is definitely the nicest way to see nature, and the nearby parks will not disappoint, but be prepared to pay a lot for this experience. Make sure you know what something costs before you agree to it here.
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Date of stay: July 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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pako_congo wrote a review Apr 2017
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
After some period of poor management, loango lodge is now back to excellent standard: friendly personnel, confortable bungalow, good food, professional eco-guards to take you safely 50meters from Assala elephants. We spent 4 days for easter with our 11 and 15 yrs kids. Magic. Contact mail is : Mathieu.loango@gmail.com
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Date of stay: April 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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madamjackie wrote a tip Nov 2019
Bardwell, United Kingdom105 contributions83 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Bungalow overlooking the river"
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Claes wrote a tip Mar 2019
Stockholm County, Sweden155 contributions37 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Huts by the bank of the lagoon have better view"
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Adriena V wrote a tip Feb 2019
Prague, Czech Republic77 contributions22 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"you have got to try at least 1 night in Louri wilderness camp"
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"face lagoon"
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mooreca53 wrote a tip Mar 2018
London, United Kingdom58 contributions39 helpful votes
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"Ask for one overlooking the lagoon."
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
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Top room amenities include air conditioning, a view of a nearby landmark, and a walk-in shower.
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
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Yes, free parking is available to guests.
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