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Loango National Park with its mosaic of habitats on the West coast of Gabon is See Wild Travel’s original destination where you can trek wild gorillas and go whale watching in the same day!

Offering remote and exclusive opportunities to experience this park without the feeling of being among other tourists.

Often we are able to arrange tailor-made tours during your stay here.

There is the main base, Loango Lodge, situated at the edge of the Iguela lagoon. 

Our Wild Camps give you opportunity to really be at one with nature and sleep inside the National Park.

Pongara Lodge is located right on the beachfront in Pongara National Park where its sense of seclusion is only interrupted by the extraordinary wildlife.

 Pongara Lodge nestles in the heart of the national park, singularly distinguished by its remarkable diversity of primates, plants, birds and marine life along with its shimmering estuary — a ribbon of mirrored waterway that cuts through mangrove swamps and flooded forest. .

However, it is the national park’s marine reserve where the action steps up a notch for several months.

Lopé National Park has a rich history and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Moabi Tented Camp is located in the midst of rolling savannah at the northern end of the park, just 40-minutes from Lopé National Park Station. Another exclusive location, perfectly remote and yet close to all of the highlights, with stunning views of the mountains and savannas.

This camp has been in development since last year and is expected to be open mid 2020

One of our most sought-after destinations that we are incredibly excited to have on our “coming soon” list.

With its super dense, tangled, jungles, legendary rivers and thundering waterfalls; Kongou, Mingouli and Djidji, Ivindo National Park guards within its realms some of Gabon‘s most captivating biodiversity. It is so remote that hardly anythings interrupts its glory, except for the magnificent wildlife that make the forests boom with life.  It hosts the magnificent Langoué Baï — the fifth largest forest clearing in equatorial Africa and one of the most pristine ecosystems in the world.

Certainly a tour for our most adventurous travellers with high fitness levels that are suitable for dense jungle hikes.

Kougou Falls Camp is currently under reconstruction and is expected to open toward the end of 2020