Lomami National Park

Lomami National Park comprises one of the national parks in the Democratic republic of Congo in central Africa and its located in the Basin of Lomami River, the park stretches to the provinces of Tshopo and Maniema with a slight overlap into the Lualaba river basin, this was gazetted as a national park in 2016 formerly. It covers a total land area of 8879km² with the area being full of savannah and many hills in the west.

The park is a home to the recently discovered animals such as Lesula and the Dryas monkey, other animals seen here includes the Okapi, Congo Peafowl, Bonobo, and all these are endemic to the park including the African forest elephant which is still protected in the northern part of the park.