Watch the flow of the Boali Waterfalls, near the charming & picturesque village of Boali. The falls are 250m wide & 50m high, with a chance to see stunning views from the restaurant at the top. The nearby hydroelectric power plant can also be visited.
2: Boganda Museum
Offering precious artifacts of the Central African Republic's history, the Musee de Boganda features a delightful collection of musical instruments.
3: Place de la Republique
Lying at the very heart of Bangui, the Place de la Republique and its large white arch were built as a monument to Jean-Bedel Bokassa, the corrupt dictator who was overthrown in 1979.
The capital & largest city of Central African Republic, lies in the southern part of the country on the Ubangi River and close to the Congo, Kinshasa, border. Bangui is a very important trade centre.
5: Eating Out
Continental and western food is available only in the capital city, Bangui. Most of the luxury hotels have restaurants attached to them where cuisine meets international standards but prices are steep.
6: Dzanga-Sangha National Park
This national park, wedged into the triangle of southwestern CAR Cameroon from Congo, is probably the one corner of the country still attracting visitors. Gorillas, elephants and the Baka people are all found in this remote corner of Africa.
Southwest of Bangui and surrounded by rainforest, M'Baiki is in a timber, coffee and tobacco growing area. It's also the stopping-off point for visiting nearby Baka encampments. One bus and several pick-ups leave Bangui each day from K-Cinq. About 10km (6.2mi) northeast of M'Baiki is the village of Sabe, worth visiting for its ebony sculptures.
8: Boali Waterfalls
Watch the flow of the Boali Waterfalls, near the charming and picturesque village of Boali. The falls are 250m (820ft) wide and 50m (165ft) high, with a chance to see stunning views from the restaurant at the top. The nearby hydroelectric power plant can also be visited.