Mbaiki is the main city in the southern part of the Central African Republic.
Mbaiki is a city situated in the southwest of the country, 107 km from the capital Bangui. The economy is based on the coffee and timber industries. Lobaye people and Pygmy people live in the area. There is also a waterfall near the town.
Between Bangui and Mbaiki is the best road available in the Central African Republic. You have to pay a minor fee to use it, but you can consider yourself lucky to have a real piece of tarmac. There are plenty of potholes and do not use at night. It is about 120 kilometers. If you go by car, you can, but you need a fourwheel drive.
Before reaching you pass the village of Pissa, where you can take a rest. Better however continue to halfway Pissa - Mbaiki, because there are the beautiful falls of Mbeko. You can reach them after a nice walk in the rainforest.
South of Mbaiki you can visit pygmy villages. Bangui - Pissa = 80 km tarmac Pissa - Mbaiki = 30 km tarmac Mbaiki - Pygmee = 30 km dirt