Kinshasa is the third largest city on the African continent, capital of Africa’s third-largest country, the Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo-Kinshasa). It is a major commercial center on the continent, with its enormous natural resources creating an increasingly booming economy. Its population of more than nine million people inhabits a vibrant city of varying contrasts situated on the southern bank of the vast Congo River.For some, the city of Kinshasa represents one of the biggest sporting events in history, the "Rumble in the Jungle". It was October 30, 1974, when the former heavyweight champion, Muhammad Ali, was pitted against the current heavyweight champion George Foreman in an attempt to regain his title. The fight not only resulted in Ali's favor at the end of the eighth round.
• 7 hours
xperience the legendary Congolese night life in Kinshasa, the best of the best for African clubbing and music. The popular music of Congo is considered the best in all of Africa, and tonight you can hear Ndombolo, Rumba, and all the other famous music forms of the country in the heart of the nightlife, Matonge. You will visit the rowdiest, hottest clubs, the huge live music bars, and the show houses of Africa's raucous river city.From 19:00 (07:00 p.m.)-We transfer club to club or bar to bar (or where you like) with safe private vehicles. (when you're tired of somewhere or want a change, we whisk you to the next spot!)-English and French tour guide
• 5 hours
Located 130 kilometers (c. 90 miles) from Kinshasa, an early morning pick-up will take you through spectacular scenery to the Zongo Waterfalls. Zongo Park provides a lovely setting. This goes deep into the Congolese rainforest and into the heart of darkness you've always imagined. Raw and real and wonderful...and relaxing.An excellent break from Kinshasa with exceedingly beautiful scenery, merely 4 hours away by driving, but worlds away in feeling. Enjoy!Includes: -A Comfortable 4x4 Drive vehicle with air conditioning, round trip-English or French tour guide to the falls and the forests (you can trek and walk, or drink and talk, as much as you want)-Wifi Access from the Lodge if you need to do some work while on your break-All entrance fees and governments taxes-Round Transfers
• 12 hours
As the deepest river in the world and the second largest in Africa after the Nile, the Congo River is a force to be reckoned with. As it winds through the country, the river provides a lifeline for the thousands of people who live on the banks of it. The river has an extremely diverse mixture of wildlife within it, many endemic and some that are unknown to man, and is bordered by lush, largely uninhabited tropical rainforest in many areas. Today's tour will allow you to soak in a glimpse of life on the Congo River as you cruise upward toward villages along the shore.
• 5 hours
Brazzaville is the largest city in the Republic of the Congo and also the main spot where travel within the Congo begins. It seems to be the hub for many who are looking to explore this very raw, and relatively untouched country. Famous for its sights, culture, and landmarks the city is always bustling and has a very rich, and in some instances hostile, history. Situated on the north side of Congo river offering great views of Kinshasa on the other side, Brazzaville is home to over 1.5 million people and is the financial capital of the ROC.Today you will have a chance to explore many of the highlights of the city as you're transferred to and guided through the most popular points of interest in the city!
• 7 hours
This 6-7-hour small group private tour explores Kinshasa, the third largest city on the African continent and the capital of Africa’s third largest country, the Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo-Kinshasa). Its population of more than nine million people inhabits a vibrant city of varying contrasts situated on the southern bank of the vast Congo River. -Avenue du Tourisme, the best drive on the river , like the Pacific Coast Highway of the jungle, beautiful and taking in the views of the twin river capitals-Kabila's Masoleum-Place of Independence, the Botanical Garden. -The Main Stadium-The National Parliament-The National Institute and Museum, site of Mobutu's former palace and best view of the river and of Brazzaville.-The Great Arts market (one of the greatest in Africa, and the Musical Center.
• 7 hours
Half-day Eco-Excursion to Lola ya Bonobo SanctuaryThe Bonobos, our closest living relatives, with more than 99% identical DNA, are protected in a special preserve outside Kinshasa. Founded by Claudine Andre in 1994, Lola ya Bonobo is the world’s only sanctuary for orphaned bonobos.This stunning and cute eco-tour provides a rich, educational experience. Bonobos are found only in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
• 5 hours