Set amid pristine equatorial rainforest at the heart of the Congo Republic’s Odzala National Park, Lango Camp offers a rare opportunity to seek out Africa’s most seldom-seen forest animals. Ideal for nature lovers, this pioneering camp balances comfort and elegance with minimal environmental impact in the world’s second-largest tropical rainforest.
From its elevated position, Lango Camp looks over an open, marshy ‘bai’, attracting forest buffalo and if you're quiet, sometimes elephant and other unique antelope. With galleried rainforests and sunny, green savannahs to discover, much of the exploring is done on foot but there are permanent rivers, to explore by boat or even kayak for the more adventurous. Its your choice to take a slow, gentle forest encounter or embark on a very active, adventurous experience. The experienced guides will tailor each day depending on your interests and fitness levels.
Conceived to be as low-impact as possible, Lango’s design was influenced by the traditional architecture of the local B’Aka tribe. For the complete rainforest experience, combine Lango Camp with its sister lodge – Ngaga Camp - located in primary rainforest on the park’s borders. This is primate country: various types of still shy monkeys may be spotted. Together, Lango and Ngaga make up a gentle adventure itinerary from Odzala Wilderness Camps.