The rustic Sangha Lodge sits in one of Africa’s most remote locations: the Republic of Congo’s Dzanga-Sangha Special Reserve. Hidden in the forest treeline and siting on the bank of the Sangha River, the lodge offers a comfortable, secluded and exclusive getaway in the heart of the African jungle.
Views from the camp’s bungalow balconies are nothing short of breathtaking, with the flowing waters of the nearby river the feeding the lush fauna and attracting an abundance of fauna. When Coupled with the lodge’s simple wood-and-thatch-based architecture and minimalist design, this tranquil environment will have you feeling completely immersed in and connected to nature when staying at the lodge.
Your sense of immersion in nature is deepened by the wide range of activities that Sangha has to offer, including boat trips and kayaking on the Sangha River, gorilla trekking, net hunting with the Ba’Aka tribe and exploring hidden waterfalls. Located in the same region as the iconic Dzanga Bai, a unique forest clearing that is home to between 40 to 140 elephants at any given time, guests are able to observe these gentle giants in their natural habitat.