A small but flourishing country on the coast of west central Africa, the Republic of Equatorial Guinea is known for its lush forests, tropical beaches and diverse wildlife.
Navigate the following pages to help plan your trip to Equatorial Guinea:
Touristic Hot Spots
Foreign Embassies in Equatorial Guinea
Eating and Goi...
Travel and Currency Transport infrastructure is continually improving in Equatorial Guinea, making even the most remote areas more accessible to travellers and tourists.
Ecotourism: forests & wildlife ecotourism Beautiful view from the terrace of Monte Alen Hotel Equatorial Guinea is committed to promoting alternative, clean and sustainable tourism.
Luxury 5-star hotel and resort in Equatorial Guineas brand new city of Sipopo
100 suites and 200 rooms
Private white sand beach
18-hole golf course set by the sea among tropical foliag...
Hotels in Bata IBIS BataHotel Ibis Bata 120 rooms Located at the heart of the town, 10 minutes away from the airport Beautiful location in front of the sea Conveniently located for visiting the cat...
5 star hotel with 56 rooms and suites
A good restaurant serving high-quality food
The rooms are clean and comfortable with good air conditioning
A bar located near the...
If you are visiting Ebebiyin, we recommend the Hotel Inmaculada.
On the Bioko island, 50 km south of Malabo you will find an amazing place called Ureka. Ureka’s natural jewels include the spectacular waterfalls of the Eoli River as well as the stunning beaches o...
Monte Alen National Park is one of Central Africa’s hidden gems. The park is a protected area covering 1400 sq km which is home to gorillas, chimpanzees, elephants, crocodiles and many other specie...