Wonders of the Republic of Congo
The Republic of Congo is an exotic country with diverse landscapes. Most of the country is covered with pristine rainforest and in some parts of the country humans have never lived – and don’t live up to this day.
Landmarks of the Republic of Congo are poorly researched and the list below mentions just a few. Highlights of Congo are its intact ecosystems with many species still to be discovered and numerous waterfalls.
Map with the described wonders
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Top 10 wonders of the Republic of Congo
Waterfall near the mouth of Loufoulakari River at its confluence with Congo. Waterfall is U shaped, has several cascades and is more than 40 m tall.
Bouenza Falls (Moukoukoulou Falls)
Large waterfall, more than 100 m wide and more than 40 m tall.
Approximately 100 m wide and 40 m tall waterfall.
An impressive waterfall at the mouth of wide river, with a view on Congo River. Total height of falls exceeds 150 m, it has several cascades.
Impressive rapids in Congo River.
Gorge with colorful cliffs – badlands.
Round freshwater lake deep in swampland and rainforest, possible impact crater. According to local stories in this lake and surrounding area lives mokèlé-mbèmbé – a purported giant reptile. This remote area is very rich with rare species of plants and animals including a population of more than 120 thousand gorillas. Many other cryptids were reported, such as mahamba – giant crocodile.
Large tract of pristine lowland rainforest, dubbed "The Last Eden" or "The Last Place on Earth" due to its virgin wildlife. Local chimpanzees, as well as other animals, have never met humans – it seems that humans have never lived here.
Madingo Kayes prehistoric settlements
Several settlements where in the first centuries of Common Era lived the earliest known complex societies in Central Africa.
St. Anne Basilica in Brazzaville
Large church with an unusual design that was built in 1949.
One of the objectives of the Congolese government is to make tourism a real growth industry that can contribute to local development. With the Congo Basin rainforest are the second largest after Amazonia, the country has a unique potential to attract visitors from all over the world.
Brutalized by colonialism, plundered by politicians, and destroyed in terrifying civil wars: Congo Brazzaville is Africa at its worst. But it is also home to people who inspire hope through their courage, their determination, their enduring optimism, and their sense of fun. Brazzaville Charms is a unique portrait of a country long ignored by the rest of the world.