Host to a remarkable variety of wildlife, the Dzanga-Sangha National Park is located in the southwestern region of the Central African Republic which separates Cameroon from Congo. Sprawled along the banks of the Sangha River, this exquisite Tri-National Sangha (TNS) complex is on the verge of becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Home to some of the most beautiful rainforests in the world, the Dzanga-Sangha National Park is a wildlife treasure protecting animals like the western lowland gorillas, forest elephants, bongo antelopes, forest buffaloes and a whole lot of bird species.
Bayanga Town is the administrative headquarter and the primary access point for tourists looking to explore this park. The native Baaka pygmies and the Sangha-Sangha fishermen populations have still retained their traditional way of living which makes this setting all the more attractive. A variety of tourist activities like camping and gorilla tracking accompanied by trained guides speaking French and English are available for guests at the Dzanga-Sangha National Park.