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We flew into Mboko Camp on the charter flight which was great as we could see the rain forest from the air even saw some forest buffalo in waterholes.
we then met our great guides we were lucky to have both Karl and Adie who...More
This place is heaven on earth! And the management handled everything so our trip from Nairobi was completely hassle free. The park has plenty to offer....rich flora and fauna. The night camps are quite something. From the warm Nzoko and Ng'ok Congolese beers to the...More
My sister and I have just returned from the most unique , unforgettable holiday at the 3 Odzala camps -Ngaga, Mboko and Lango. 12days was not enough !
The flight up from Brazzaville made reaching the camps very easy, and comfortable.
All accommodation was a...More
We started at Ngaga, Camp to visit the gorillas. It is a beautiful site and we had a super comfortable room. Conrad and Rita who are running it are unfortunately leaving, but created a great atmosphere. It was early starts with our guide, Andreas, who...More
We stayed in all three wonderful camps for 7 days, which felt like a different planet to one we'd ever been. The beautiful landscapes and sounds and animals were a feast for the senses! Being the only guests for much of the trip, it felt...More
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The Odzala experience is undertaken from three intimate, sensitively constructed camps raised into the forest canopy. These two camps are always combined into a itinerary with set departures. Lango Camp overlooks a productive bai that attracts forest buffalo, sitatunga and forest elephant, while Ngaga Camp is situated in primary rainforest at the centre of the home ranges of three groups of western lowland gorillas. Epitomising pioneering privacy, each camp consists of six creatively designed guest tree-houses using natural, locally sourced materials. The third camp, Mboko has twelve riverside units nestled in the treeline at the edges of a otherworldly forest-savanna mosaic.
Thanks for your interest in Odzala!
Most of our guests fly into Brazzaville, which has a nice new modern airport and from where you continue your journey to our camps. We have several options for proceeding from... More
Thanks for your interest in Odzala!
Most of our guests fly into Brazzaville, which has a nice new modern airport and from where you continue your journey to our camps. We have several options for proceeding from Brazzaville to Odzala including overland in our own bus, flying in a charter plane or a combination of flying one way and overland the other way. For prices and availability please connect to us through our website.
Wishing you happy adventures,
The Odzala Team
I have followed up your question and found out that you need to email a guy called Paul who can help you with the booking . The only problem is that TripAdvisor will not allow me to send the e-mail address. So... More
I have followed up your question and found out that you need to email a guy called Paul who can help you with the booking . The only problem is that TripAdvisor will not allow me to send the e-mail address. So here is a little
Puzzle for you ! - the address is paul@(the fist word in the name of the camp - all lowercase) . com - I am sure you realise that you replace the brackets and everything in them with the one word?
If you do not come right please let me have your e-mail address and I will put you in contact with him directly.
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"All rooms have great views, some are closer to the camp dining room than others."