What To Do In Equatorial Guinea

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Equatorial Guinea is a small country in West Africa, divided into two parts, the mainland and the islands. A former Spanish colony, it borders Cameroon and Gabon. This country is one of the largest oil producing countries in Sub-Sahara, behind Angola and Nigeria. Since the discovery, the country has flown into economic stardom, but this country remains one of the most corrupt countries in the world, and it is very common to see officials asking for bribes around the corners of the country.


What To Do In Equatorial Guinea

Top Group Trips in Equatorial Guinea

sailing RWT

What To Do In Equatorial Guinea
Départ via st Lawrence or direct in Florida waters... depending on boat purchase... more

Top Group Trips in Sub-Saharan Africa

Let's climb Kilimanjaro!

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I haven't plan this trip much, all I know is that I really want to climb Kilimanjaro and I don't want to do it alone. I'm stil... more

The Dream Starts Here. Be a part of it.

What To Do In Equatorial Guinea
I'm a 32 yr old ex-paper pusher who caught the travel bug in 2008 and have since not been able to fully return to normal everyd... more

RTW

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Tentative to change. Probably will include working, volunteering overseas. more

Travel Everywhere

What To Do In Equatorial Guinea
I want to travel all over the world for the rest of my life,I am 100% sure this is what I feel I want to do, but I can't do it ... more

Backpacking around the world with a few money, open a blog, learning Permaculture and ecologic projects

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My idea is to start the trip wit a very little budget, find projects in every country (using workaway.info) and open a blog sho... more

BombaLife

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Start off in Scotland, then England. Train to Paris, then to Belgium. Netherlands to Denmark, Norway, Swedan then Germany by Oc... more

Around the World

What To Do In Equatorial Guinea
Around the world sailing, hitting as many countries on the way. Staying a little while in each, maybe two weeks more

Vital Stats

Region Info Sub-Saharan Africa
Population 664.2 million
Highest Altitude 5,892 m
Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 19,331 ft
Lowest Altitude -0 m
Lagos Island, Nigeria -1 ft
Lowest Temperature -18.6 °C
Buffelsfontein, South Africa (2005) -1.5 °F
Highest Temperature 51.7 °C
Kalahari Desert (1948) 125.1 °F

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