Coast to Coast – African Kingdoms
Travel from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean on the newly opened Katanga-Benguela line, an exclusive journey discovering ‘Real Africa’.
Previously called Zaire, The Democratic Republic of Congo is the second-largest country in Africa. Whilst it is relatively new to tourism, Congo is an incredible ecotourism spot - the jungles hide half the world's lowland gorillas. There are plenty of natural wonders to discover, such as the stunning islands of Lake Kivu, and its lava-lake topped volcanoes. Virunga National Park is home to mountain gorillas, chimps and Nyiragongo Volcano - one of the world’s most active, with a lake of molten lava in its crater. The Congo River stretches, in an enormous arc, 4,370km from source to mouth. Cruises along the river will allow you pass local villages as well as passing through Yangambi Biosphere Reserve.
- WEATHER -
Weather & Climate
Congo experiences warm temperatures year-round. However, it can eb generally overcast with lots of humidity.
When to go
The best time to go is during the dry season from May to September, with July markedly the driest month, followed by June.
- BROCHURES -
Capture the essence of each destination
An exceptional collection of small group tours and cruises around the world, with 2021 & 2022 departures.
Discover the World
Enjoy a more intimate and sociable atmosphere, benefit from more personal attention from our guides and delve into your destination in more detail.
Make up for lost time...
We are delighted to unveil our new brochure - a practical summary of over 200 Jules Verne programmes for 2021 and beyond, our Travel Collection so to speak.
Within this compilation of travel arrangements we have sought to ‘amaze and surprise’ the first-time visitor and enthral the returning traveller.