Gabon has opened itself up to travelers, conservationists and ecotourists and a huge 10% of the land is designated as National Parks. Explore the pristine beaches, tropical rainforests and savannahs. Visit the vibrant capital Libreville and see elephants, gorillas and surfing hippos.
Sao Tome and Principe are two tiny islands and have palm fringed beaches, clear and clean waters and jungles. Largely undiscovered by visitors you can explore the Portuguese and Creole culture and history, colonial plantations and the capital Sao Tome. The islands are renowned for their excellent chocolate, coffee, fruits and seafood.
Chad is a country that is rewarding to visit with warm welcoming people and a rich culture and heritage. See the incredible wildlife at the National Park, visit the villages and explore the capital N’Djaména. Discover the rivers and lakes and the natural scenery of deserts and rocks.
Republic of Congo is a country made up of rainforests and dense jungles and is known for its chimpanzees and gorillas. Discover the French culture in the capital Brazzaville, the surf beaches and the white water rafting. Visit one of Africa’s largest tropical ecosystems at the Odzala National Park.
Equatorial Guinea is a great destination for the hardy adventurer with volcanic landscapes, rainforests full of primates and sea turtles on the shores. Explore the capital Malabo, the colonial town of Bata and the National Park with chimpanzees, gorillas and elephants.
Cameroon is an ideal location for your next adventure and offers everything you could want with a culturally diverse population and a wealth of natural landscapes from the active volcano Mt Cameroon at 4,095 meters to the capital Yaounde. Try the sports and activities amongst the rainforests, mountains and beaches.
Central African Republic offers the ‘real’ Africa with stunning natural beauty an incredible wildlife. The country is largely undeveloped and has those that do visit can see gorillas and elephants in the National Park and can visit the capital Bangui.
Angola has a vast cultural richness and is largely undiscovered by visitors. Angola is now in a period of peace and stability and visitors will discover friendly people, large beaches, wildlife parks and Portuguese colonial history especially in the capital Luanda. Discover the natural landscapes of waterfalls, volcano and cliffs that offer adventures and activities.