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Located along the western coast of Central Africa, Gabon has more than 10% of its land designated as national park space.

This provides visitors a chance to experience a vast array of wildlife in its natural rainforest or savannah habitats.

There are pristine white-sand beaches to enjoy as well, giving you the chance to relax and explore in a way that best suits you.

Along the way, you’ll find waterfalls, coastal fishing, and the beautiful Crystal Mountains.

While staying in Gabon, make sure to enjoy a couple of days at Chez Beti. It is a small safari camp, located seaside near Nyonie, which provides family-style meals and air-conditioned cottages. You can take a sunrise walking safari, explore in the evenings by land cruiser, and encounter everything from hornills to elephants.

You may also wish to explore Loango National Park during your stay. It’s located along the coast and provides access to Iguela Lagoon. Lowland gorillas can be spotted in the park and whales often frequent the waters just off the beach. Lope National Park is another option for wildlife viewing.

If you travel toward the inlands, you’ll encounter the Crystal Mountains. Famous for the numerous begonias and orchids that grow, you’ll find quiet trails are waiting for those who love a good backpacking adventure.

Gabon is a land of opportunity. More than 40 different ethnic groups call this nation their home, free of the strife that other nations on the continent have seen historically. That has helped it to become a paradise for visitors who wish to visit Africa for the first time or plan a unique and exciting holiday adventure.

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Libreville, capital of Gabon

Located in the coastal plains of Gabon, Libreville offers access to the surrounding national parks and waterways and all the adventures that wait there. Visitors will also find numerous opportunities to explore within the city as well. The main market for Libreville lies in Mont Bouet. There you will find hundreds of stalls, selling everything from groceries to household goods to traditional medicine. The passageways are narrow and the poultry is sometimes sold while it is still alive, so it...

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How is the weather in Gabon ?

Libreville
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30 ° C
30 °
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70 %
4.1kmh
40 %
man
29 °
tir
26 °
ons
25 °
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25 °
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25 °

Official holidays in Czech Republic

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VariableEaster Monday
17 AprilWomens Day
1 MayLabour Day
VariableAscension Day
VariableWhit Monday
15 AugustAssumption
16 AugustIndependence Day
17 AugustIndependence Day
VariableEid al-Fitr
VariableEid al-Adha
1 NovemberAll Saints' Day
25 DecemberChristmas Day
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What is the capital of Gabon

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Libreville, capital of Gabon

Located in the coastal plains of Gabon, Libreville offers access to the surrounding national parks and waterways and all the adventures that wait there. Visitors will also find numerous opportunities to explore within the city as well. The main market for Libreville lies in Mont Bouet. There you will find hundreds of stalls, selling everything from groceries to household goods to traditional medicine. The passageways are narrow and the poultry is sometimes sold while it is still alive, so it...