1. Complete Congo River Cruise – 22 Days | $3,999
(Kisangani-Kinshasa 1734 Km)
With a total length of 4371 km, the Congo River is the second longest river in Africa after the Nile, and with an average flow rate of 40,000 cubic meters per second, it is the second largest river in the world after the Amazon. It also holds claim as the deepest river in the world with measured depths in excess of 220 m (720 ft). From its source in southern Katanga, at an altitude of 1435 meters, the river contours throughout the country, via Kisangani, Mbandaka, Kinshasa and Matadi before reaching the Atlantic Ocean, near Banana.
2. Congo River Cruise – Best Of DR Cruising! | $6,899
THIS IS THE BEST TRIP YOU CAN DO ON THE CONGO RIVER – HANDS DOWN OUR FAVORITE!
Is this expensive for such a trip? – No. Here is why: Try to calculate and plan this trip out for yourself before you ask for any discounts. This is the price and sorry upfront we will not entertain versions of this trip you have heard on Lonely Planet Thorntree or TripAdvisor from self-styled travelers with multiple claims and stories, some of which are great, and some of which are exaggerated or unverified. Any traveler is free to attempt this trip on their own and we wish them luck.
3. Congo River Cruise – Best Of Brazza Cruising! | $6,899
THIS IS THE BEST TRIP YOU CAN DO ON THE ROC SIDE OF THE RIVER – UBANGUI INCLUDED – Wanna do an epic Congo River journey but stay out of DRC? This is the one for you….From the land of the pygmies and the pygmy capital of the Congo and the world at the doorstep of the Tele and Lokouala Swamps, out into the Heart of Darkness deep in the Congo Basin.
4. Boat Trip from Brazzaville to Oyo | $1,999
Four days of travelling on Congo River just may be the realest and most raw experience you will ever have. While the boat is a far cry from luxury, it offers just a glimpse into what life is like in the Congo. As you coast along the Congo River, you’re surrounded by an incomparable beauty, a rainforest that is almost completely untouched. Should you have some extra time, you can extend your trip by three days to visit the Louna National Park and visit Lowland Gorillas, or by five days to visit both the Louna Gorillas and Park and the Lefini River and Lefini Elephant Sanctuary for African Forest Elephants!