Kinshasa City Sightseeing 6-Hour Private Tour

Kinshasa City Sightseeing 6-Hour Private Tour
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$357
Duration: 6 hours
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Description

This 6-hour small group tour explores Kinshasa, the third largest city on the African continent and the capital of Africa’s third largest country, the Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo-Kinshasa). Its population of more than nine million people inhabits a vibrant city of varying contrasts situated on the southern bank of the vast Congo River. Several attractions of the tour include Avenue du Tourisme, Kabila's Mausoleum, and the National Parliament. With your guide, see the very best and make the most of you time while in Kinshasa.

Begin your tour with 9am hotel pickup. Sit back and relax as you ride through the city with views of the following main attractions:

  • Avenue du Tourisme: the best drive on the river
  • Kabila's Mausoleum
  • Place of Independence, the Botanical Garden
  • The Main Stadium
  • The National Parliament
  • The National Institute and Museum, site of Mobutu's former palace (there may be an opportunity to enter and explore inside)
  • The Great Arts Market

In the event you would like to stop and get a closer look or take some photos, just let your guide know. Your tour will wrap up with a splendid stop at a cafe overlooking cataracts, the vicious rapids on the river where the mighty Congo became unnavigable. Afterwards, you will be returned back to your hotel for the conclusion of your tour.

This 6-hour small group tour explores Kinshasa, the third largest city on the African continent and the capital of Africa’s third largest country, the Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo-Kinshasa). Its population of more than nine million people inhabits a vibrant city of varying contrasts situated on the southern bank of the vast Congo River. Several attractions of the tour include Avenue du Tourisme, Kabila's Mausoleum, and the National Parliament. With your guide, see the very best and make the most of you time while in Kinshasa.