Search for sea turtles
Check out the four species of sea turtles nesting at Punta Tika on the mainland or on the southern shores of Bioko Island.
Head to the beach
Laze on the white sand beaches of Sipopo or one of Bioko’s other glorious waterfront spots, during Malabo’s hottest month.
Celebrate Francophonie Week with food, art, music and theatre, in association with the French Cultural Centres of Malabo and Bata.
Watch the sea turtles hatching by moonlight at Punta Tika on the mainland or on the southern shores of Bioko island.
Search for elusive western lowland gorillas or leopards in Monte Alen National Park, but be sure to take a guide!
Join the whole of Equatorial Guinea for a day off work while celebrating President’s Day on 5 June, with speeches, fireworks and a military parade.
Go in search of nature’s giants
Search for elephants in the forests of Los Altos de Nsork National Park while it’s not too rainy!
Hit up some history
Explore the abandoned archaeological sites of Corisco and Elobey Chico islands, after hitching a lift on a cargo ship from Cogo.
Watch the humpback whales migrate past Annobón as they leave their southern summer feeding grounds in search of tropical areas to mate and calve.
Celebrate the end of Spanish rule in 1968 on Independence Day, 12 October, in one of Equatorial Guinea’s biggest parties.
Get on your dancing shoes
Malabo Hip Hop Festival brings together the best and brightest of the West and Central African hip-hop scene for a whole week of musical performances and workshops.
New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Eve features a massive fireworks display on the waterfronts of Malabo and Bata.