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Here is a comprehensive guide for visitation to Upemba national park presenting you with credible information on wildlife in Dr Congo, schedule for tours and voyage, an explanatory movement guide to the park, and dependable tour experts. For sight-seeing to have a gaze at wildlife, birds, culture of the people in this region, you can get thorough directives to guide you all through your tour to Upemba national park. Katanga Province is the home for the amazing Upemba National Park which is the biggest park in South Eastern D.R. Congo. It is widely known for its wildlife abundance including rare birds like shoe-bills


Being an abode for much wildlife makes the Garamba National Park unique among others. Although, it is located in a remote place, it remains one of the admirable parks in Africa and also gets a high ranking among the parks in Democratic Republic of Congo. Garamba National Park is famous for conserving wildlife such as elephants, Lion, Leopards, Nile crocodiles, Hippos, without leaving behind Congolese Giraffe, and much more. Ever thought of where to find rare animals around the world? The Garamba National Park awaits you for a memorable tour to see a collection of magnificient species of animal, including northern white rhinoceros, and domesticated African elephants. The beauty of this park likewise being located in Democratic Republic of Congo has been astonishing to many people that have visited. Bridge4future2drc is equipped with all information you need to plan a tour to Garamba National Park.


The name Kahuzi-Biega was coined from two vanquished volcanoes long ago that overshadow its high altitude sector, Mont Kahuzi and Mont Biega. As published in 1970, Kahuzi-Biega National Park remains the only park to conserve the Grauer’s gorilla which is the world largest gorilla species. If you are in search of where to see gorilla in the wild, then you need to visit Kahuzi-Biega National Park. This park is located in the eastern part of Democratic Republic of Congo, which is the most populated region of the country, it covers an area of 6000 km2 shielding a mountain forest. Wildlife Conservation Society has been in management of the Kahuzi-Biega National Park and ensures safety of tourists and visitors at all time.


Kundelungu National Park is one of the two Parks that exist in Katanga Province in Lubumbashi. It has a connection to Upemba Park through an ecological corridor which allows the migration of the fauna. The Kundelungu National Park got its name from the plateau in Lubumbashi which lies 180 kilometres northeast of the state.

The Kundelungu National Park became a national protected area in 1970, which was formerly a private hunting area. It was gathered that the area of the park covers 250,000 hectares on the average in the reserve area on the plateau and an additional 550,000 hectares of ancillary area. The Kundelungu National Park is made up of two zones whose Western part was recently added and the site of Lofoi falls, is a 165m high waterfall.


Maiko National Park is located in a remote region in the North Eastern part of Democratic Republic of Congo surrounded by three states (Nord Kivu, Maniema and Orientale). The Maiko National Park occupies about 10,830’m2 accross the Oso River, which extends to the Lindi River in the north. The inhabitants that occupied this region include leopards, elephants, gorillas, and okapi. The park is halfway between Bukavu at the Rwandan border, and Kisangani. The management of the Maiko National Park is placed under the control of the Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (ICCN), undeterred by the lack of facilities required for effectiveness. Entry permits is issued by the ICCN as a result of the power of control it acquired under law. The Maiko National Park is the residence for endemic and rare animals such as the eastern lowland gorilla, the okapi, and the Congo peacock, forest elephants, and leopards.


Lomami National Park is a newly created Park in 2016. It was established with the objective to protect rainforest creature with the aid of Rainforest Trust donors and other supporters. The Lomami National Park is located between the rivers Tshuapa and Lualaba, with a landscape of about 40,000km2. Notable for conservation of forest elephants and other animals such as giraffe, peacock, and a newly discovered monkey called Lesula that are under severe attack of poachers. It is the most under protected rainforest wilderness on earth despite being the second largest rainforest around the world. The Lomami basin is an area with little human settlement in a remote region in Democratic Republic of Congo. Lomami stands as the proxy for a major step ahead for the conservation of central Africa’s rainforest, providing perpetual and secure protection for some of the planet’s most endangered wildlife.