The Democratic republic of Congo is Part of the large and fertile Congo Basin and the second largest tropical rain forest in the world making home to a variety of eccentric species of mammal, birds and plants that cannot be found anywhere else in Africa. The Congo Basin is by far the most ecologically diverse region on the planet, and is known world-wide for its links to the great apes and other important primates, as well as the classically ‘deep and dark’ African jungles of legend and myth. With limited human interference, Congo’s wild remains undisturbed with lots of flora and fauna are yet to be discovered in her borders. Some of the wildlife that can be found include Gorillas, chimpanzee okapi, rhino, buffalo, forest elephant, manatee, among st many others. DR Congo safaris are becoming popular by the day with the improving tourism industry in the country.