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Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is one of the least-visited countries in the world.

Equatorial Guinea

It has a variety of unspoilt landscapes, a rich diversity of wildlife and miles of empty beaches.

Equatorial Guinea

From magnificent volcanoes to a city rising from the jungle, it is fascinating to explore.

Equatorial Guinea

Get yourself a visa and head over to Central Africa’s best-kept secret, before everyone else does.

Located on the west coast of Central Africa, Spanish-speaking Equatorial Guinea is one of the least-visited countries in the world.

Located on the west coast of Central Africa, Spanish-speaking Equatorial Guinea is one of the least-visited countries in the world. It has a variety of unspoilt landscapes, a rich diversity of wildlife – including 3,250 plant species – and miles of empty tropical beaches. Stroll the compact city of Malabo with its fascinating colonial architecture, or head to Annobón’s serene coastline for undisturbed snorkelling.

Oscar Scafidi

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Surf’s up

Forget surfing USA – check out the best places in West Africa to catch a wave.

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Five reasons to visit Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is by no means an easy destination to visit, but it is certainly worthwhile. 

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Eric the Eel

Equatorial Guinea's Olympic hero was unable to swim eight months before Sydney 2000, but he took to it like a duck (or eel) to water.

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