Discovering the Central African Republic
In the Central African Republic, the Ba’aka people organize group hunting sessions. PHOTO: Sara Christine Gemson
The Central African Republic is a very little visited country. This small country located in the heart of the African continent has gems to discover, especially in its dense tropical forests where the Ba’aka people and exceptional animals are found. Sara-Christine Gemson shares her most recent travel diary.
At the microphone of Serge Olivier, Sara-Christine Gemson describes the intergenerational hunting rituals of the Ba’aka in the heart of the Dzanga Sangha park. She also had the chance to observe forest elephants.
Toronto native Sara-Christine Gemson travels around the world for a year with her husband. During her journey, she will visit some thirty countries on five continents, including several destinations that are not very popular with tourists. She tells us about her adventures, as part of her bimonthly column.