Odzala Wilderness Camps, Odzala-Kokoua, Congo

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Odzala Wilderness Camps Wildlife

Odzala-Kokoua National Park, 13 600 sq. km of pristine rainforest, is renowned for primates, with eleven diurnal species recorded and more than 100 mammal species. These include western lowland gorilla and central Africa's highest density of chimpanzees. Forest elephant and forest buffalo are abundant. Antelope include bongo, sitatunga and black-fronted duiker. Red river hog, harnessed bushbuck, grey duiker and Peters' duiker are regularly seen in the M'boko and Lango areas. Some 450 bird species occur here.


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Submitted by: Zana Briski, Apr 10, 2014

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Latest News From Odzala Wilderness Camps

  • Odzala Camps - March 2014
    Mar 31, 2014

    The gorillas provide an amazing spectacle as they dig for roots, while an elephant herd was seen on the Lekoli River this month.

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  • Odzala Camps – February 2014
    Feb 16, 2014

    Odzala sightings of the diurnal primates have been interesting, with moustached and putty-nosed monkey being curious enough to come and investigate human activity near the rooms

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  • Odzala Camps - January 2014
    Jan 29, 2014

    Odzala’s small dry season yields good sightings of serval, red-legged sun squirrel and the elusive Lord Derby’s anomalure!

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ We had colubus monkeys playing by our room... We had a great time hiking to the river and kayaking, and trekking the swamp forest… We trekked the lowland gorillas two days!! ”
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Reviewed by: bortonoverseas, 2012.11.19