SANGHA LODGE

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

 

Sangha Lodge is situated on a beautiful site on a small peninsula of the mighty Sangha River and is only accessible by long car and boat journeys. From here, visitors enter the nearby national park to see up to 150 elephants congregate to socialise and browse from the mineral rich soil, track gorillas and other wildlife, and enjoy spectacular waterfalls and trees. 

Threats to wild animals are ever present – illegal logging and poaching for the bushmeat trade are big problems. But lodge owners Rod and Tamar Cassidy are doing what they can to help wildlife in need, caring for animals and supporting the community with very limited resources.

 

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