Central African Republic Travel Insurance
This landlocked region in Africa’s center has been home to human inhabitants since the last 8,000 years. Today, the Pygmy tribes living in forests around the southern and western parts of this country are possibly the descendants of the earliest inhabitants. Around the 19th century, the country became a French colony, a move that led to many years of civil war and conflicts. The instability spilled over even after the Central African Republic (CAR) gained independence in 1960. However, the country gradually started a march towards democracy. Today, it is known for its immense wildlife and natural beauty. Get on a safari to discover amazing gorillas and elephants in the vast wilderness of Central African Republic.
Dzanga-Sangha National Park remains one of the most visited places throughout the year. It is a distant pocket of Africa where gorillas and elephants can be found sharing this region with the native Baka community. Near the river Sangha, you will find the remote village of Bayanga. Travelers can take up decent lodging at the village’s numerous guesthouses. To visit traditional Baka areas head to M'Baïki, a rainforest region located southwest of Bangui. To check out ebony sculptures, visit the Sabe village located not far from M'Baïki. Try to coordinate your visit to the Central African Republic with the rainy season. That’s the time to best enjoy the dramatic waterfalls of Chutes de Boali. Dropping to about 50m, these falls can be termed as Africa’s Niagara.
For visas, you must apply in person at the nearest Embassy or Consulate of the Central African Republic.
Royal Sundaram’s travel insurance
for Central African Republic provides you cover against unforeseen issues pertaining to health, travel, personal (legal) liability, personal accident, and home insurance during your overseas stay. Visit Royal Sundaram’s website to purchase travel insurance for Central African Republic online.