The Jewel of Equatorial Guinea: Bioko

The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is located in the Gulf of Guinea and is organized in two regional divisions: the Continental Region and the Island Region. The Continental Region is bordered on the north by Cameroon, on the east and south by Gabon and on the west by the Gulf of Guinea. The island of Corisco also belongs to this area. The continental capital is the city of Bata. The Island Region is comprised by the island of Bioko, where the island capital, Malabo, is located, and the island of Annobon.

DAY 1  ► WELCOME TO EQUATORIAL GUINEA
DAY 2  ► MALABO CITY TOURS
DAY 3  ► SOUTHERN BIOKO: BUBI CULTURE
DAY 4  ► SOUTHERN BIOKO: BUBI CULTURE
DAY 5  ► SOUTHERN BIOKO: WATCHING TURTLES*
DAY 6  ► UREKA AND MOABA VIRGIN BEACHES
DAY 7  ► BASILE PEAK
DAY 8  ► LEAVING EQUATORIAL GUINEA

 

* Watching turtles is only available from November to February

INCLUDED

  • Assitances and Transfers in/out
  • 6 nights standard room sharing
  • 1 night in tent camp
  • Guide service speaking English
  • Private vehicle, gasoline and tolls
  • Tourist permit
  • All breakfast
  • Excursions
  • Local guides when it is necessary
  • Visa

NOT INCLUDED

  • Flights
  • Courier
  • Meals and drinks not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Drinks
  • Personal expenses
  • Phone calls
  • Laundry
  • Anything not specified in paragraph included
  • The rate will be in EURO
  • To complete the reservation 50% in advance is necessary by bank transfer and a color photocopy of the passport of each traveler is required.
  • One month before departure, we’ll require the remaining 50% by bank transfer
  • In case of cancellation, refund is subject to different amounts to be present on the day of the trip as it relates:
    • 10% if cancellation is more than 45 days.
    • 15% if cancellation is between 44 and 30 days
    • 30% if cancellation is between 29 and 15 days
    • 60% if cancellation is between 14 and 10 days
    • No refund if canceled within 9 days or less and no show
  • The itinerary and the order of activities may be subject to change without notice depending on the weather conditions, the demands of local authorities or any other unforeseen. These changes are not subject to any reimbursement or changes for other activities