What to pack for a safari in Equatorial Guinea

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What to pack for a safari in Equatorial Guinea

What to pack for a safari in Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is an oil-rich, developing country on the western coast of central Africa. Its capital and main port, Malabo, is located on the island of Bioko, off the coast of Cameroon. A secondary port, Luba, is also on Bioko. The mainland territory of Equatorial Guinea is bordered by Cameroon and Gabon. The principal city on the mainland is Bata. Official languages are Spanish, which is widely spoken, and French, which is widely understood and sometimes used in business dealings.  Portuguese was recently made the country’s third official language but is not widely used or spoken.

Equatorial Guinea is a beautiful country with many interesting sites and beaches, but there is little tourism information to assist in planning a vacation. Facilities for tourism are limited but growing.

What to pack

Travelers to Guinea should pack loose, conservative clothing. Women should be sure their midriffs and thighs are covered by clothing. Skirts that go below the knee, long dresses, and long pants are all reasonable choices for women. Men should bring light long pants.

  • Sunglasses
  • hut
  • sunscreen
  • Ziplock plastic bag to protect your things from dust
  • European electrical adaptor
  • Photocopies of visa
  • Photocopies passport
  • Light sleeping bag or sheet
  • Head torch
  • Insect repellant
  • Power bank

If you book a tour with us, our travel consultants will send you a comprehensive list of what you should bring before your safari starts with us.



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