The vast majority of Gabon’s tourists come to see the country’s magnificent wildlife. Who can blame them when all of this is on offer?
From colourful canyons to ancient rock engravings, Gabon has so much to offer besides its incredible wildlife
Fancy a trip to paradise? Here are five reasons why little-visited Gabon should be next on your travel list
From marble caves to fairy chimneys, these are the world’s most impressive geological features.
From gorilla tracking in the Virungas to climbing for condors in Peru, we pick our favourite wildlife encounters from across the globe.
Whether you are a novice or an avid birdwatcher, aviary spectacles can be amongst the greatest in the animal kingdom.
Whether you prefer surfing, scuba-diving or just sunbathing, discover the ideal African beach for you.
We chat to Annelies Hickendorff, author of our new Gabon guide, about her tips for visiting the West African country and tells us her own tale of irresponsible travel.
Author Sean Connolly explores the unique features and religious background of Gabon’s famous mask and statue art.
Gabon’s indigenous forest-based communities, the so-called ‘Pygmies’, are located throughout the country and continue to face discrimination, as author Sean Connolly explains.