The Chinko reserve is located in the eastern part of the Central African Republic. It is an enormous wilderness area of around 60 000 square km in size. It is an area of incredible biodiversity and is one of the greatest natural assets on the continent of Africa. It is managed in partnership with the Central African Government by the African Parks Network.
This is an area that is notoriously hard to get to - the pole of inaccessibility is located here. Geographically cut off from the world for months at a time it is best accessed by air from Bangui. Kenya Airways and Air France both fly to Bangui and we can arrange charter flights to the bush.
Chinko is paradise for nature enthusiasts who've done it all - endangered wildlife such as the Lord Derby's Eland inhabit this area as well a myriad of interesting small mammals, birds and insects. Walking and floating are the easiest means of transport with access provided by a small road network or helicopter / light aircraft.