Interesting facts
When reading about Congo, you will most likely encounter information on two separate countries. That’s because, of course, there are two nations located in Africa which border each other with the word Congo in both of their names.

Congo, officially known as theRepublic of Congo, is located on the western coastline of central Africa. Its five major cities are Gamboma, Owando, Quesso, Pointe-Noire, and Brazzaville. Brazzaville is the oldest city and the capital.

TheRepublic of the Congo, also known as Congo Republic[4] or Congo-Brazzaville, is a country located in Central Africa. It is bordered by Gabon, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Angolan exclave of Cabinda. Comparatively, the area occupied by the Congo is slightly smaller than the state of Montana.

To the west of Congo lies Gabon and to the east is The Democratic Republic of the Congo which was formerly the country of Zaire.

The woods, caves and waterfalls of Boma and equatorial Mayumbe and the Tombs of Tshela can be visited on the way to the ocean beach of Moanda in Congo.

Bunia is the point of departure for numerous excursions into the forests and mountains, native villages, the Caves of Mount Hoyo and the Escaliers de Venus Falls.

In the southwest, the Inkisi Falls (60m/197ft high) at Zongo, and the caves in the region of Mbanza-Ngungu may be visited in one day, but it is preferable to stay for two or three days, for Mbanza-Ngungu is a pleasant resort with a good climate.

The Congo has a tropical climate characterized by high humidity and heat. There are two wet and two dry seasons.

A team from National Geographic magazine, who visited the fledgling Parc National Nouabalé-Ndoki in the mid-1990s, called this northern corner of Congo the world’s ‘Last Eden’, and they chose their words wisely. The Parc National Nouabalé-Ndoki is truly the world before the chainsaw. This vast region of swampy forest is home to healthy populations of western lowland gorillas, forest elephants, chimpanzees and others. So extraordinary is Nouabalé-Ndoki that in 2012 Unesco declared it a World Heritage Site.



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