Traveling to Central Africa

Brian Hollis

Central African Countries

  • Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Congo
  • Chad
  • Cameroon
  • Angola
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Five Major Central African Cities

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Mbuji-Mayi

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Huambo

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Luanada

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Kinshasa

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Lubumbashi

Landscape

Central Africa's landscape consist of rainforest

Central Africa's climate is tropical

Central Africa's Natural Resources

  1. Diamonds
  2. Gold
  3. Oil

Central Africa's Economic Activities


  1. Agriculture
  2. Mining
  3. Fishing

Five Physical Features of Central Africa

Rain forest: Is in 6 Central African countries and is home to an variety of wildlife.

The Niger River: Used for transportation, trade, food, and oil.

The Congo River: Flows into the Atlantic Ocean.

Congo River Basin: Where many people live for water supply.

The Equator: Splits Africa into two halves, and areas surrounding it are usually hot.

Major Tourist Attractions

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Adventuring in the Rwandan rain forest to see mountain gorillas

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Climb Mount Mulanje in Malawi. Expect to encounter monkeys!

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Islamat, Takfiri, Salafist, and other groups are connected within the lines of Al-Qaeda that operate in Central Africa

What I liked most about the region

What I liked most about Central Africa is rain forest landscape.

What I also like about Central Africa is their tourist attractions (Rwandan Rain Forest)

I like how they produce diamonds and gold, because those resources are really valuable, and I would like to have them.

I would like to see how it is in a war-zone, and here people talk about their struggles of having nowhere to go, and having to deal with it

I would like to visit Mount Mulanje

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