can i go fishing while i'm in malabo?
Does anyone know whether it is easy to obtain a visa for Equatorial Guinea in Douala, Cameroon?
where is bioki? is that considered equitorial guinea even though it is a seperate island?
Does anyone know whether there are frequent flights from Douala to Malabo, and also whether there are any boats going that way?
Also, is it difficult to get a visa for Eq. Guinea in Cameroon?
I WILL BE TRAVELLING TO EQUATORIAL GUINEA , MALABO
FOR SAME I SHALL BE REQUIRING VISA , I CAN ARRANGE FOR THE INVITATION LETTER
THROUGH MY CO. -- BUT SINCE THERE ISNT ANY EMMBASSY FOR EQUATORIAL GUINEA IN INDIA , HOW DO I GET THIS DONE.
ANY HELP WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED
plz anyone have a ideas about the average tiket fly from malabo to bata? or the cost of the ship tiket from malabo to douala.also how far is ebebiyin from bata and how much cost the bus tiket. also , how much cost taxi in malabo? hotel advice plz. thank u
I get conflicting reports. I know that US citizens DO NOT need a visa to visit Malabo, Equatorial Guinea; however, I can not get a straight answer about the yellow fever vaccanation thing. The embassy says that it is optional and the state department says that it is mandatory. I don't want to get to my airline and find out that I can not board. What is the rule for that country??? JAMES DALPHONSE
I am planning to visit Malabo next month (may 2007), I am looking for a friend in Malabo to know more about this city to plan a long stay. Thanks. Anil
where can a western tourist stay in the city of Bata?
not the most busy country forum, but I hope to find a little help anyway.
Could someone perhaps roughly describe how to get from Libreville to Bata via bus and pirogue?
Does someone know a hotel in Bata that has a fax number or even an email address?
Can anyone advise on how to get a flight from Bata to Malabo and from Malabo to Sao Tome? Does any airline operating these routes have a fax number or an email adress?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Kindly advice me what are the food available in Malabo....
Hope some one of you would have experienced in working with Marathon Oil....
Thanks for your advice...
This is Arun, I got an offer in Malabo. I need to know about food available in malabo... as i have to be there for long time.
Will the Indian food style match with the local?,
Any other important advices are highly appreciated
Hi, Could someone pls supply me info on budget accommodation in malobo and other things of interest for tourists? I intend visiting by 2nd week Feb 2005 with 3 of my friends and we all plan to stay together. we've never been there before. Would appreciate all replies... Thanks, Shola
Hi, I am planning to travel to Equatorial Guinea (Spanisch language is no problem). Any recommendations you have for me and others who read this? I am also interested in knowing names of phone cards which can be used to call from Equatorial Guinea to other countries. Thank you for your help centro
Hello We are going to Equatorial Guinea in december for 2 weeks. We have already got our tickets and now we have to arrange all the rest. Does anyone know how we can get the letter of invitation and if we can arrange visas in london. Is there any agency that can do this? Or would we have to go to paris? Im swedish and my boyfriend is english - we both live in cambridge. Any information would be very appreciated. please respond to email@example.com Thanks very much! Caroline
Together with some friends I'm cooking through the world from A-Z, and now it's Equatorial Guinea's turn. Does anyone know where to get some authentic/traditional receipes of Equatorial Guinea cuisine on the net?
I am very interested to go to Equatorial Guinea, and there are a lot of flight offers with IBERIA Airlines, but people say that it´s a dangerous country due to the goverment pressure. Are there a lot of american oil technicians? where can i stay there? please looking forward hearing you jose luis
I am going to equatorial guinea in two months and I am interested in communicating with other people who have also travelled there, or currently live there. I have never been to africa and have little idea of what to expect. I could definetely use some advise and suggestions. I am a 22 year old college student who has an insatiable desire to travel. I chose equatorial guinea because I wanted to continue speaking spanish while simultaneously travelling to a place in the world unlike any I have ever been to. I am not particularly drawn to the usual tourist activities.
Desperatly seeking info on a longer stay in Malabo: where to get food, where to get info and culture (radio? tv? cinema? library?), how easy is it to travel to Sao Tome, Gabon, Camreoon from there, how expensive is it to travel to Bata, how are the beaches... I know, that's a lot of questions but I really don't know anything about it...
Dear friends. I wish one day to travel to Eq. Guinea, a former spanish colony in the gulf of Guinea. I have documentation from magazines but i don´t have a traveller´s info about entrance, lodging, how to move and safety. I will be happy if you can help me. Thank you very much!!
hallo:) i m from russia, my friend is in guinea, working. please, if you have some information about this country, how to reach it, of if you have your own plans to visit guinea in summer-ill be glad to hear you)) thank you.Olga
Hi Globies! Did anybody visit Malabo? Worth a few days stay? Highlights? Poople? Safety? Thank for your tips! Wojtek