Why should you visit Equatorial Guinea?
Equatorial Guinea’s location in Central Africa lends itself to incredible biodiversity, second only to the Amazon. The region is home to the second largest forest in the world, and Equatorial Guinea itself is home to 13 different protected areas, ranging from natural parks and monuments to scientific reserves.
Is Equatorial Guinea beautiful?
In Equatorial Guinea, a mix of beautiful scenery and rich vegetation promises travelers a variety of enticing attractions. It’s rare that a feel of the African tropics, volcanic landscapes, relaxing coastal escapes, and Spanish colonial towns can all be enjoyed in one destination.
What is the biggest city in Equatorial Guinea?
|Republic of Equatorial Guinea República de Guinea Ecuatorial (Spanish) République de Guinée Équatoriale (French) República da Guiné Equatorial (Portuguese)
|Malabo (current) Ciudad de la Paz (under construction) 3°45′N 8°47′E
|Spanish Portuguese French
What is the most populated city in Equatorial Guinea?
Equatorial Guinea has a population of about 1.2 million people (census 2015), capital city is Malabo on Bioko Island, largest city is Bata (pop.
Where to go in Equatorial Guinea?
Catedral Basilica de La Inmaculada Concepcion 8. Centro Cultural de España en Malabo 9. Catedral de Ebebiyín 10. Elobey Grande 11. La Casa Verde 12. Iglesia de San Fernando 13. Rumbo Malabo 14. Equatorial Guinea Bodypainting Festival 15. Elobey Chico 16. Finca Sampaka 17. Fun Top Fun Equatorial Guinea
What are the best universities in Equatorial Guinea?
Universidad Nacional de Guinea Ecuatorial. The National University of Equatorial Guinea or UNGE in Malabo is the place to visit for Spanish colonial architecture notable for their low, sprawling structures and distinctive arches. The campus grounds are grassy and there is a statue of Equatorial Guinea’s president, Teodoro Obiang welcoming you.
What is the capital of Equatorial Guinea?
A major city in Equatorial Guinea, Bata is found on the island of Rio Muni. The less commercialized feel makes it more peaceful than the bustling capital, Malabo, but travelers and visitors alike can feel more at home with newer roads, better electricity, a lovely waterfront, and small markets.
What are the best places to visit in Malabo?
The National University of Equatorial Guinea or UNGE in Malabo is the place to visit for Spanish colonial architecture notable for their low, sprawling structures and distinctive arches. The campus grounds are grassy and there is a statue of Equatorial Guinea’s president, Teodoro Obiang welcoming you.