Dzanga-Ndoki National Park is the best place in Africa to observe Western Lowland Gorillas on the wild, forest elephants, bongo antelopes, and grey parrots. We have become specialists in organizing trips from Yaoundé and Bangui to Dzanga-Ndoki since we first visited this National Park in 2007. We loved the conservation project, where the local population fully participates in the protection of the flora and fauna of Dzanga-Ndoki, and we saw a great potential, since all animal lovers will want to visit Dzanga-Ndoki sooner or later. We subscribe to National Geographic’s description of Dzanga-Ndoki Reserve as ‘Last Paradise on Earth’. Dzanga-Ndoki National Park is a member of the Tri-National Sangha complex, currently in the process to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Roundtrips to the other National Parks (Lobeke in Cameroon and Nouabalé-Ndoki in Congo) can be organized with ease.