Where to stay in Central African Republic
There are a range of good hotels in Central African Republic. Travellers will find the more exclusive and expensive hotels in Bangui. The better hotels have air conditioning and swimming pools. Pre-booking is essential (ideally several weeks in advance). Outside Bangui, accommodation of any standard may be difficult to find, although guest houses exist in smaller towns, principally Bangassou, Boali, Bambari and Bossangoa.
Bed and breakfast
Guest houses exist in smaller towns, principally Bangassou, Boali, Bambari and Bossangoa as well as in the capital Bangui.
Most of the country is unpopulated or traversed by nomadic herdsmen, and there are few organised facilities for camping and caravanning. Sufficient provisions should be carried within vehicles at all times.
There are a number of lodges in Central African Republic. These are generally located within forested and national park areas.
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