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View of Bangui from Isle Bongo Soua and Oubangui River

View of Bangui from Isle Bongo Soua and Oubangui River

Pete Chirico, USGS

Although the Central African Republic has seen a bit of political turmoil in recent year, the situation now seems relatively stable again.

The north of the country is remote but has some of the nicest game parks in the world but the best option for wildlife lovers is probably Dzanga Sangha reserve in the south.

The south of Central Africa is muddy and dominated by tropical rainforest. The Oubangui river separates the republic form Congo Kinshasa and is the life wire of the country. Bangui the capital is located on the banks of the river and so is Bangassou the second city.

Although Bangui is not an exiting place by Western standards, it has quite some charm. It is easy going most of the time and compared to neighbouring country has a lot to offer to visitors.

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April 26, 2005 change by richardosinga

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