|Equatorial Guinea is in Central Africa on the Atlantic Coast. It consists of two parts, an insular and a mainland region. The insular part has the islands of Bioko (formerly Fernando Po) in the Gulf of Guinea and Annabon, which is a small volcanic island South of the Equator. While the Mainland part, Rio Muni, is bordered by Cameroon on the North and Gabon on the South and East.
The current capital of Equatorial Guinea is Malabo, which is situated in the Bioko Norte province on the island of Bioko. Capital Malabo, has Spanish colonial architecture and is a hub for the country’s prosperous oil industry. Rio Muni also has several small offshore islands, such as Corisco, Elobey Grande and Elobey Chico.
The Monte Alen National Park is an amazing tropical forest of the mainland, to experience and enjoy the lush rain forests and wildlife of Rio Muni. The Monte Alen National Park is a home to some of the animals like gorillas gallumphing through the wild, chimpanzees which swing and elephants hurtle through the dense forests of Altos de Nsork. Beautiful beaches and coastal plains turn to rolling hills in the interior and a series of lakes and gushing waterfalls that flow.
Equatorial Guinea has beaches to enjoy the sun like the Arena Blanca which is close to Luba and draws the dry-season butterflies, the La Ferme Beach which is surrounded by beautiful palm trees and the Utonde Beach Club.
Why travel to Equatorial Guinea?
Equatorial Guinea with a dizzying variety of landscapes and peoples, linked together by some of the best road networks in Africa. Come explore the sights that very few other tourists have had the privilege of seeing.Travelers will get to experience all sorts of artistic endeavours that are presented at Equatorial Guinea, from musical evenings, fashion shows, dance and art exhibitions.Visitors can come and stroll the streets to see the gorgeous neo-Gothic spires of the Cathedral of Santa Isabel, and the enchanting little Spanish-esque casas along the neighborhood roads of Equatorial Guinea .The climate is warm most days. The rainy season in Bioko is between July and January. In the Mainland part, the rainy season is February to June and September to December.
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