It's also in Bayanga. You can book there one day elephants on the pan, next day gorillas in the forest, next day hunting with pygmees in the forest next day canoeing with pygmees, next day ... as much as you like.
The pan is really somekind of magic, the elephants come and go permanently and you can see the excitement of the ones who come. They eat the the mud there, as well as a lot of other animals doing this, which you won't see anywhere else. There works an amrican woman for (I guess) 15 years and she is able to recognize over 3.000 different elephants just on their ears and tusks and she knows almost the whole family story of each of them. Some of them disappear for a few months and then come back.
If you stay in Bayanga you also have to visit the payotte "Cote d'Azur" in "Bayanga Downtown" for an evening :-).
Last edited by slep_afrika; 28 Apr 2008 at 15:56.