Places To See In Democratic Republic Of The Congo

Found in Central Africa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo is a country troubled by its history of war and violence that in some manner severely affected its economical and social position at present. This large African country, despite having a history of struggles, is a minefield of natural beauty and awesome adventure that can just be experienced when one is willing to look past the population’s poverty and the country’s brutal history.

Places To See In Democratic Republic Of The Congo

Places To See In Democratic Republic Of The Congo

Tourists who visit the capital can visit several of the prehistoric and ethnological museums that can be located at the Kinshasa University. However, this is not to state that you will not make merry taking in the sights that the Democratic Republic of the Congo can supply. The National Museum is also a great stop for tourists who are curious about the arts history of the country.

As Africa is famed for its majestic wildlife reserve, it’s a must to see the Upemba National Park which incorporates several streams that are home to hippos and crocodiles. Another wildlife reserve that may be included in a traveler’s itinerary is the Virunga National Park. This sprawling 12,000 square kilometer reserve is boxed in by two mountain ranges that naturally serves as an enclosure for the numerous animals that live and thrive in the area. Here, lions, elephants, buffaloes, antelopes and even aquatic birds roam freely.

Although the country is nearly assiocated with the heat and dry spell, breathtaking waterfalls can be found in the southern component of the country such as the Kiobo and Lofol waterfalls. The Republic of the Congo may have quite some distance to go before it moves into true economic and tourism progress. But nonetheless, traveling to this country is a worthwhile, moving experience even without all the luxury and fanciness of a dream vacation.

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  2. I agree Ann. This show is propaganda for the Banksters! They got somebody who is bright and eloquent with just enough of an accent to make him sound authoritative on the subject. They picked through the pieces of financial history that fit their agenda. The agenda was to make people think that the worldwide financial system somehow manages and regulates itself when misallocation of capital takes place for whatever reason. This is wrong! Capital is purposefully directed to be misallocated by those who are in control of issuance of money in the first place. It was a well done piece of propaganda however. And I suspect it will help keep some of the sheeple in the dark even though they think they understand NOW.