The Central African Republic is a landlocked and remote country, and a lack of air access makes it an expensive destination.
Locations in the country have many attractions to travellers include the Chutes De Boali, waterfalls of a height of 50 m 164 ft. Dzanga-Sangha National Park in the south west of the country has gorillas and elephants. The Baka people live in this area. Bayanga beside the Sangha River is the main village near to the national park. The village has some small guesthouses and a lodge. The best time to visit most of the country is from November to April.