Kolwezi Congo Attractions
Kolwezi in the Democratic Republic of Congo is well attended, especially in the dry months of June and September, but there are few that are better than December, followed by July to September. This year was the best and it is a great opportunity to visit Kol wezi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, for the first time.
The natural forest, called Symphonies Naturelles, includes a variety of trees and shrubs, as well as a large number of wildlife and plants.
AfricaKinshasa's Central Market is known as the main business centre and a fascinating place to visit Kinshavea. In addition, it is one of the largest markets in the world, with over 1,000 shops and restaurants. AfrikaThis nature reserve is known for its diversity of wildlife, as well as a large number of birds, reptiles and insects.
Africalocate, Kisantu Botanical Gardens has an arboretum and centenary trees, as well as a museum of Kinshasa's history. AfrikaThis stands on a plot of land that has been reserved for a future temple for several years. " 40009 Bonobo Nursery Sanctuary is located on the campus of the American School in Kinhasasa and is located in a land reserve with land reserves for future temples.
In the past, the Democratic Republic of Congo (also called Congo Brazzaville) or Congo - Congo was known. The country is now called Congo Kinshasa, to distinguish it from the country of Congo, also known by its former name the Republic of the Congo. It is located in the eastern part of Africa, in a region with a population of about 1.5 million people.
The Obangui River flows into the Congo and forms the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic of Congo and Congo-Brazzaville.
While parts of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo are relatively safe to visit, it is dangerous to travel anywhere in the north - east of Kisangani or Bumba. Although there are few roads to the east and west of the Obangui River and on the border with Congo - Brazzaville, they do not enter the D-Congo and are therefore very difficult to reach. In eastern Congo there are no roads, only a series of narrow roads and some roads to the west, but these are still unsafe.
The border with Cameroon is home to several motorways, including the D-Congo-Brazzaville and Bumba-Kivu expressways, as well as the Obangui River expressway. Note: The Democratic Republic of Congo is referred to as "Congo" on other Wikitravel pages. It is necessary to discuss the relationship between mining and mining activities in eastern Congo, particularly in the north-east of the country, and excavations.
The DRC has a number of asphalt roads, of which only 1226 km are classified as in good condition by the United Nations. Crime can occur in the DRC and most are violent and not what travelers want, but there are things you can do to minimize your risk and stay safe. Below is a list of the most common crimes you can experience in Congo and what is generally safe during daylight hours. Travellers are strongly advised not to travel at night as they are more vulnerable to criminal activities targeting non-Congolese in hotels and shops and in the surrounding area.
Crime in Congo is out of control due to the constant security instability, combined with a failing state and a lack of education and access to health care. The first is poverty in the DRC, which leads directly to high levels of violence and crime, while making it difficult for children to attend school. It is expected that there will be a significant increase in crime in the DRC in the coming years, particularly in rural areas, largely due to the high level of corruption and corruption within the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DDC). The second reason is the poor education system and the low and high crime rate in Congo.
In much of the Congo River, including near Kinshasa, tourists are phoned and asked for money by local police and soldiers living in river towns. If safety permits, ferries run every one to two weeks across the Congolese river from Kisangani to Kinhasa.
If you are still afraid to board a Congolese plane, but are not so worried about the cost, you can try flying with Kenyan Airways, which flies from Kinshasa to Lubumbashi and Kisangani.
If you travel by boat to Kinshasa or Brazzaville, you must officially leave Uganda or Rwanda and arrive by land. If you have multiple entry visas before you officially leave for Uganda and Rwanda, you should be sure to check with the DRC Immigration Office before crossing the border, but in any case you can apply for a visa in a neighbouring country without too much difficulty. There is no guarantee that your home country has a valid visa for entry into the Democratic Republic of Congo or any other country in the region. You can also apply for visas before you enter the Democratic Republic of Congo from Uganda, Rwanda or both countries if you arrive by plane, train or boat.