Equatorial Guinea - Travel and Tourism
This tiny Central African nation, roughly the size of Maryland, is sub-Saharan Africa’s third-largest oil producer.
The small but striking capital city abounds in Spanish colonial architecture and pleasant open plazas.
The weather is tropical, with heavy rainfall for most of the year. Flash floods can make travel difficult in the rainy season.
A passport and a certificate showing current yellow fever immunization are required. Visas are required for all visitors except U.S. citizens.
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Crime levels in Equatorial Guinea are relatively low for the region, and violent crime is exceptional.
Equatorial Guinea is located on the coast of western Africa. The mainland is bordered by Cameroon to the north and Gabon to the east and south,
The Claretian Mission at Malabo has an archaeological-ethnographic museum. In Santa Isabel.