During the Summer the average high temperature is Warm (70-90F)
For the most part, the cost of hotels, food, etc... here is cheap
Overall, the crime here is high
Congo, also called Congo-Brazzaville, is a French speaking country on the Atlantic coast of Africa. The Republic and its neighbor the Democratic Republic of Congo have had a long history of conflict and travel here is still unsafe in some areas. But in the safe areas, you’ll find a welcoming country filled natural wonders and quirks.
The capital city of Brazzaville retains a French flair from the days of colonization. Take your time sipping coffee at an outdoor café table to people watch as if you were in Paris…but the scenery will be a bit different and the weather quite a bit warmer.Nature
Want to see a gorilla in the wild? Then book your ticket to Congo. This region of the world is known for its primate population. In addition to gorillas, you may spot chimpanzees and mantled guereza. In addition to primates, this is the land of hippos and elephants. Since the equator cuts the country, you can count on temperatures in the mid-seventies (Fahrenheit) no matter when you travel.
If you like a little adventure with your nature, consider white water rafting on the Congo River. It’s the most powerful river in Africa and has been the inspiration for many river rapid theme park rides in other countries. Sign on with a guide to tackle these legendary rapids and get your adrenaline flowing as fast as the water in the Congo River.Arts and Culture
The people of the Congo are a creative culture who love life. Much African music has roots in the Congo region, including contemporary Afro Pop. In Brazzaville, you’ll likely be able to take in some informal and formal musical performances featuring varied styles of African music.
The people of Congo-Brazzaville are also known to be excellent cooks. They can take simple staples like corn, cassava, and vegetables and turn them into delicious spiced stews and hearty meals that will feed many and keep them full all day. In Brazzaville, you’ll find restaurants serving food from all over the world and street stalls selling beignets or grilled meat on a stick.Search for Deals