Popular Destinations in Equatorial Guinea
Malabo features a curious combination of colonial traditions that meets
between the salt-washed, age-stained architectural pieces that infuse the
city’s heart. These architectural pieces stand as testimony to the city’s
long and rich history and its deep-rooted European heritage.
Monte Alen National Park
Monte Alen National Park is home to a vast wilderness area. It is one of
the most important areas of outstanding natural beauty in the West Africa.
In the park, tourists can enjoy traversing through empty trekking trails,
take personal safari packages, and have an unforgettable experience of the
African wilds! There are miles of well-maintained hiking paths, along with
abundant wildlife including gorillas, rare goliath frogs, crocodiles,
elephants, and chimps.
Moca is a rustic picture of wild Equatorial Guinea. The town is home to
people of the Buki tribe and is located almost in harmony with the great
and imposing peaks that tower around it. Exploring these peaks is the major
reason why most travelers pass this way. Tourists come here to hike the
rough, monkey-dotted paths of the Cascades of Moca, or to see the
glittering blues of lakes Loreta and Biao, flowing out in the old volcanic
calderas on the moorlands.