Gabon - Travel and Tourism
Gabon’s tourism industry is still in its infancy stage, but beautiful weather all year round, there is almost never a bad time to explore Gabon.
If you are looking for perfect photo spots in Gabon, it’s worth your while to include Lopé National Park on your itinerary.
Gabon is hot year-round, but it has also has an extensive rainy season. If you are looking for heat and sun, then January.
At the airport you can get a three-month, single-entry tourist visa, which can be extended once you are in the country.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
The U.S. Department of State’s consular website has a great deal of information about safety and security in Gabon.
The capital and largest city of Gabon is Libreville, located on the shores of the Como River and the Atlantic Ocean.
The Museum of Arts and Traditions at Libreville is a general interest museum.
Traveling to Gabon on business? You should read our Insiders’ Guide to African Business Travel: LIBREVILLE, GABON!