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Malabo

 
Malabo Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, is set beautifully between the cloud-capped Pico Malabo on one side and high ocean waves on the other. Unfortunately there are no good beaches nearby, and there are no agencies to arrange a hiking trip in the inland, but the city has quite some tourist potential nevertheless. For the moment it's just potential. The city is pretty rundown and with just a handful of restaurants and hotels worthy of the name, Malabo lacks a lot of infrastructure. It does have numerous bars, however, where you can get a quick shot of booze. A trip to Luba or even Riaba are absolutely worthwhile. It gives you an impression of the scenery of the island and both have good beaches. On the way ...
 

Annobon

 
Annobon About 500 km southwest of Rio Piedras, Annobon is a small island in the bight of Biafra. Locally known as Pagalu, the island is about 8 kilometers from north to south and about 3 kilometers wide with a total area of land of about 17 square km. It is mountainous and there are three remarkable peaks on it. In the north it is Pico del Fuego (454meters), in the centre Pico del Centro (630 m) and in the south Pico Surcado, about the same hight. Pico Surcado is an extinct volcano, and a lake is situated in its former crater. The village of San Antonio, inhabited by about 400 people, is the biggest town. It is located just south of Punta del Palmar. There is a Christian missionary station in its vicinity....
 

Luba

 
Luba Less than 50 km from the capital Malabo, Luba is the second largest town of Bioko. It's a good base for visiting some of the nicest beaches in the country, including the beautiful Arena Blanca, as well as several small fishing villages and two hiking trails. There are many taxies and minibuses that are willing to take you back to the capital. The currency is CFA (Communaut Financiaire Africaine). Luba is a real dump, has only two borderline cafes and no overnight accommodation. A depot to supply and fabricate material for the offshore oilfields has been built to the immediate south of the town and the road from Malabo has been improved. the road to Riaba is still Four wheel drive only and you will need plenty o...
 

Rio Muni

 
Rio Muni Rio Muni is the name of the part of Equatorial Guinea that's located on the mainland of Africa. It is one of the least traveled bits of Africa and a trip there takes a bit of an explorer. Bata is the capital of the mainland. Just south of town are some excellent beaches. There are regular flights to Malabo from Bata and a ferry once a week. A general lack of good roads makes travel in Rio Muni pretty tough. There is no bridge between Cocobeach in Gabon and Acalayong in the south of Rio Muni, so if you want to go with your own car to Libreville you need to make a big detour via Evinayong. The road to Cameroun takes you via Ebebiyin in the far north east. In both cases you will have a great travel experience - b...
 

 

 

 

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