Cabinda to the 'rest' of Angola
I'm planning a motorcycle trip back to South Africa from the UK via the West Coast. My current route takes me from the Republic of Congo to the Angolan enclave of Cabinda, and from there across a teeny bit of DRC to Angola 'proper'.
Firstly, I wonder if the 50kms or so of DRC between Cabinda and Angola has developed into something of a 'rat run' for overlanders and traffic in general and, if so, whether this is a good or bad thing for indivudal security? Also, I wonder if there are any other feasible route options from Gabon to Angola, perhaps further east in Congo/DRC that might offer so interest without being needlessly risky?
Thanks - Andy
(04 KTM 640 Adv 'Naartjie'/11 KTM 990 Adv 'Tsumeb')