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Travel To Equatorial Guinea
Equatorial Guinea is a Central African country comprising the Rio Muni mainland and 5 volcanic offshore islands. Capital Malabo, on Bioko Island, has Spanish colonial architecture and is a hub for the country’s prosperous oil industry. Its Arena Blanca beach draws dry-season butterflies. The tropical forest of the mainland’s Monte Alen National Park is home to gorillas, chimpanzees and elephants.
A curious fusion of colonial traditions meets between the age-stained, salt-washed architectural pieces that pepper Malabo’s heart. They stand as testimony to the city’s – the soon-to-be-replaced capital of Equatorial Guinea – long history, and its deep-rooted European heritage.
- Monte Alén National Park
Ah, the vast wildernesses of the Monte Alén National Park: perhaps the single most important area of outstanding natural beauty in West Africa you’ve never heard of. And while the humid rainforests and gushing courses of the Uoro River here remain an off-the-beaten-track option, those who do come are reaping the rewards: empty trekking trails; personal safari packages, and an untainted experience of the African wilds – just three aspects that come to mind!
Clutching the rugged volcanic ridges of the Moca Valley on the southern edges of Bioko, the namesake town of Moca is a bucolic picture of wild Equatorial Guinea. Home to the people of the Buki tribe, it sits almost in harmony with the great cloud-topped peaks that rise around it. And talking of peaks, they are also the reason most travelers pass this way.
- San Antonio de Ureca
No one can quite figure out why little San Antonio de Ureca hasn’t boomed with ecotourism yet. After all, it was here, in the late 1990s, that Spanish conservationists first took it to the illicit trade of endangered turtle eggs; and won! Today, the same villager patrols are in place to police the sands and pebble beaches that ring the little village, helping to save the endangered sea turtles that make the Atlantic waters their home.
Ebbing and flowing with the tide of political inclinations and oil booms, this onetime capital of Equatorial Guinea is now a standard stop off on the route through the country. With more than 170,000 people calling it home, it’s by far EQ’s largest city; a fact reflected in the lively nighlife scene, and the buzzing fish and craft markets that coalesce each day around the port sides.
The provincial capital of Centro Sur is a place to glimpse the bustle of day-to-day life that carries on between the jungle-dressed hills that dominate the vast proportion of Rio Muni (the Equatorial mainland). Tin shacks and rain-buffeted palms line the streets, while a clutch of little drinking joints host crowds of chattering locals.
Long the chosen departure point for the countless tonnes of logs that stream down the highland highways from the forests that hug Caldera de San Carlos in the Bioko highlands above, Luba is now slowly developing into something much more.
Slowly transforming from a patchwork of foundation ditches and gritty construction sites and beginning to shoulder its way above the verdant swathes of jungle that dominate the hinterlands of Wele-Nzas Province in the very heart of Equatorial Guinea, the city of Djibloho remains just an embryo of what’s planned.
The gateway to the coastal region of Rio Muni and the winding channels of the mighty Benito River – the longest in the country – the ocean-side town of Mbini boasts some great views over the estuaries that crash into the Atlantic here.
A whole island all on its own, set out in the swells of the Atlantic Ocean, past the off-the-beaten-track isles of little-known Sao Tome, and directly in line with the coast of Gabon, the province of Annobon is hardly what you’d call easy to get to.