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Central African Republic All nationalities require a visa to enter the
Central African Republic - which we will organise and is included in the price of the tour. We will require a good quality copy of your passport for this purpose. Please note that we can organise a visa for late bookers but there will be a premium for this.
Cameroon - All nationalities require a visa to enter Cameroon. For this trip you will require a double entry visa which we will organise and is included in the price of the tour. We need a good quality copy of your passport for this purpose. Please note that we can organise a visa for late bookers but there will be a premium for this.
Visa regulations can and do change without notice and if you are not a British passport holder please check the current regulations in good time to obtain a visa if one is required.
On this trip we spend 4-6 nights in hotels (some basic), one night in a permanent tented camp, 3-5 nights in pitched tents and four nights in a jungle lodge.
The Mambele Camp Combo is a permanent tented camp with tents on wooden platforms under thatch roofs. There is no electricity and no running water, the shared toilet is a drop-loo. There are bucket showers or for those who want a refreshing river runs through the camp that you can wash in.
In Lobeke we also spend three nights wild-camping bringing all our supplies into the forest with us. A drop loo will be dug in a suitable place and bucket showers will be available.
Djembe Guest House only has a limited number of rooms and depending on the size of the group some people will be required to sleep in tents. There are shared facilities including a drop loo and bucket shower.
Rooming at Doli Lodge is in en suite bungalows with electricity and running water. There is hot water through a solar panel heating system but this is not always reliable.
Tom Harari - Trip Manager
This trip goes to some remote parts of Central Africa visited by very few tourists. Infrastructure can be basic and the roads can be in poor condition. There are two very long drives (of approximately 13hrs) at the very start and the very end of the trip.
In some places the accommodation can be very basic with no electricity or running water and the climate can be hot and humid. Despite this if you have an adventurous spirit and are ready to leave your western comforts behind this is a fantastic destination and a memorable trip.
Aurelija Selvestraviciute - Africa Operations
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