Equatorial Guinea is one of the least visited countries in the world; an unspoilt nation of virgin rainforest, white sand beaches and an incredible diversity of plant and animal life. Until recently, the country has been a mystery to outsiders, who were discouraged from entering by a difficult visa process and a lack of tourism infrastructure. However, things are changing fast. Equatorial Guinea is growing rapidly, with an excellent road network and numerous hotels springing up seemingly overnight. There is now an understanding that tourism will play an important part in this growth. From the nesting sea turtles of Rio Muni to the cosmopolitan waterfront restaurants of Malabo, Equatorial Guinea truly offers something to suit every taste. Spread across a number of Atlantic islands and a coastal strip of mainland territory, when setting out on this journey you will be following in the footsteps of intrepid Victorian explorers such as Sir Richard Burton and Mary Kingsley. This tiny nation, with less than a million inhabitants, features a stunning variety of landscapes, sights and peoples. Here you will find the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic fused with the bio-diverse jungles of Central Africa and the cultures and flavours of Europe and the Americas.
|DAY 1||► WELCOME TO EQUATORIAL GUINEA|
|DAY 2||► MALABO CITY TOUR|
|DAY 3||► SOUTHERN BIOKO: BUBI CULTURE|
|DAY 4||► UREKA BEACHES AND TURTLES*|
|DAY 5||► BATA CITY TOUR|
|DAY 6||► RIO CAMPO|
|DAY 7||► FANG CULTURE: MONGOMO AND OYALA|
|DAY 8||► MONTE ALLEN NATIONAL PARK > COGO|
|DAY 9||► COGO > ETEMBUE > BATA > MALABO|
|DAY 10||► LEAVING EQUATORIAL GUINEA|
* Watching turtles is only available from November to February.