Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea

Etymology

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Places to Meet People

Places to Meet People

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How to Find a Date

How to Find a Date

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Walking Tours

Walking Tours

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Free Things to Do

Free Things to Do

Malabo – The capital of Equitorial Guinea and the main arrival point for international flights, Malabo is a mixture of frontier town and oil rig. Malabo is located on Bioko Island, adjacent to Cameroon and about 100 miles from mainland Equitorial Guinea. [traveltips]

Boiko Island – Beyond Malabo on Boiko Island, some of Equitorial Guinea’s natural beauty starts to shine through. Boiko is a volcanic island, covered with rain forest and jungle. These forests are home to endangered primate species. On the southern coast of Bioko you’ll find beaches where sea turtles come to lay eggs or otherwise laze in the sand. [traveltips]

Bata – Bata is the point of entry for mainland Equitorial Guinea — or Rio Muni. Bata is, according to the Lonely Planet, changing rapidly, with new roads and streetlights joining electricity as last-decade innovations in the former colonial town. Bome Beach is busy on the weekends, both with locals and foreigners. [traveltips]

Monte Alen National Park – Just a two-hour taxi ride from Bata, Monte Alen National Park is a 540-square-mile nature reserve with some of Africa’s biggest animals. The park is home to forest elephants, gorillas and chimpanzees, plus crocodiles, birds and insects. Trips depart from Bata regularly; catch a ride on a route taxi (a small bus, basically) labeled for Evinayong and get off at the “EcoFac.” [traveltips]

Isla Corsico – Beyond being a reminder of the Spanish colonial presence in Africa, Isla Corisco is a slice of traditional African life. The communities on this tiny island, just a few miles south of Rio Muni, maintain a traditional way of life, fairly untouched by tourism or development. [traveltips]

Festivals

Festivals

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Public Transit

Public Transit

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Professional Groups & Events

Professional Groups & Events

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Language Exchange

language Exchange

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LGBT Groups

LGBT Groups

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Resources

Resources

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Places in Equatorial Guinea

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