Ureka and the sea turtles


On the Bioko island, 50 km south of Malabo you will find an amazing place called Ureka. Ureka’s natural jewels include the spectacular waterfalls of the Eoli River as well as the stunning beaches of Moraka and Moaba. During the … Continue reading

Monte Alen National Park


Monte Alen National Park is one of Central Africa’s hidden gems. The park is a protected area covering 1400 sq km which is home to gorillas, chimpanzees, elephants, crocodiles and many other species of wildlife. The area is bordered by … Continue reading

La Caldera de Luba


Also in Bioko island you will find a dramatic national park which includes one of the richest ecosystems in West Africa: La Caldera de Luba. The Luba Crater Scientific Reserve is a protected area of 51,000 hectares and is the … Continue reading



Bata is the second largest city of Equatorial Guinea with a population of around 70,000 people. It lies on the Atlantic Ocean coast of Rio Muni. The city is a transport hub and port, from which ferries sail to Malabo … Continue reading



Malabo, the capital based in Bioko, is a lively and cosmopolitan city. Downtown you’ll find evidence of its colonial past, when Malabo was first the British naval station of Port Clarence on lease from Spain, later renamed Santa Isabel when … Continue reading

Corisco Island


Corisco is a small, stunningly beautiful island located 29 km southwest of the Rio Muni estuary that defines the border with Gabon. This paradise island, whose name derives from the Portuguese word for lightning, has an area of just 14 … Continue reading