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The Ultimate Travel Guide to Gabon


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So far, we’ve covered some African countries like Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, and a lot more. you can find them in our Africa category.

Most of them look the same, yet if you look in detail, each one of them has something special that makes it unique, like our next destination, Gabon!

Recent History of Gabon

Gabon was colonized by France for a few years until they became independent on August 17, 1960.

Although they have elections there, Gabon is still ranked as a non-democratic country.

The country’s economy suddenly boomed when they found oil in it, and what comes with oil? Money and corruption!

People in Gabon

More than 40 African tribes are living in Gabon but the vast majority of them are Bantu.

There’s an impressive community of more than 10,000 French residing in Gabon too.

People speak French as their official language and local languages as unofficial ones at home. English is widely spoken throughout the country as their third language!

What to do in Gabon

The surfing Hippos in Gabon

They’re usually by the sea, enjoying the waves. But don’t expect to see them whenever you go there, sometimes you have to wait for a while.

Lopé National Park in Gabon

About %10 of Gabon’s land is protected for its nature. Lopé National Park was the first one that got protected and it’s on the UNESCO heritage sites list. There’s a small research building in the park, where Ecologists from the UK are residing and they have special tours to offer.

Pongara National Park in Gabon

This unique National Park is right beside the ocean, making it ideal for some beach time at its beautiful beaches.

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