The population of the country is calculated at around 75, 259, 000 as of 2011, shared into ten provinces, and one capital namely Kinshasa. DRC gained independence on the 30th of June, 1960 and other populated part of the areas include Matadi, Goma, Lubumashi, and Kisangani.
The economy of DRC is largely based on mining, with abundance of mineral resources extending from copper, cobalt, petroleum, manganese, tin, iron ore, to gold, radium, timber and silver. It was ranked fourth among the largest industrial diamonds producers in the 1980s, and the export is dominated by diamonds, totaling about half of its total exports.
DRC is endowed with rain forests, wildlife, and rivers that give room for essential investment opportunity for enhancing and constructing hotels and Eco-tourism. It is made up of rich landscape falls, swamps and rapids, and virgin forests with wildlife surplus in the north.
The forests house various indigenous tribes that depict their traditional lifestyle. The sandy coastal plain, the lagoon behind Mayombe Mountain is a place to see and explore while the musicians unveil the night life of this amazing location at night.
The scenic beauty, multi-culture, and plenty attractions has concluded the destination to be a charming landscape in Africa. The geography contributes to its unusual atmosphere of all the destinations in the world. You will come across the paved road; an area of vast jungles and corners, wide-spread outposts, rain forests and volcanoes which makes the country untamed.
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