Cheap flights from Equatorial Guinea

Republic of Equatorial Guinea, or Equatorial Guinea, is a country found in Central Africa. The country is made up of two parts, the insular region and a mainland region. The country’s insular region has the islands of Bioko, Gulf of Guinea and Annobón; while the mainland region is Río Muni, has Bata, Oyala, among others. The ethnic groups found within Equatorial Guinea include Fang, Bubi, Ndowe, Annabo, and Bujeba, to name a few. Administrative divisions within Equatorial Guinea include Bioko Norte Province, Bioko Sur Province, Centro Sur Province, Wele-Nzas Province, and more.

Where to go

Equatorial Guinea offers destinations such as Pico Basilé, Monte Alén National Park, The Cascades of Moca, Pico Malabo, the Museum of Biyabiyan, Museum of Modern Art Equatorial Guinea, Catedral de Santa Isabel or Malabo Cathedral, Plaza del Reloj, Palacio de la Presidencia, and Mount Nimbia, to name a few. Monte Alén National Park is a park established in 1990, and is home to the goliath frog, the biggest frog in the world. Known as the largest national park in Equatorial Guinea, the area measures at approximately 2,000 square kilometres or 770 square miles. The park is also home to around 265 species of birds, 105 mammal species, and 16 species of primates.

Malabo International Airport has flights to short-haul stops such as Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Cotonou, Benin; and Libreville, Gabon, in addition to many more. When getting to these destinations, expect air travel that lasts less than an hour to about four hours. Edna Mall and Bole Medhane Alem Cathedral; Entoto Hill, St. Mary’s, Shiro Meda Market; Lion of Judah, Derg Monument; Ethnological Museum; National Museum of Ethiopia; Holy Trinity Cathedral (Kidist Selassie) and Museum; Meskel Square and Museums; St. George’s Cathedral and Museum; and Addis Mercato, along with restaurants and shops that offer Ethiopian food and coffee, among others. Meskel Square also Meskal or Mesqel, is a square within Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and is a known site for public gatherings, demonstrations, festivals, including the Meskel Festival.

Via Equatorial Guinea’s Malabo International Airport, long-haul destinations include cities such as Madrid, Frankfurt, and Paris, in the countries of Spain, Germany, and France, respectively. These destinations can be reached with flights that take more than six to seven hours, depending on the destination and point of origin. Tourist attractions within Frankfurt include the Main Tower, Goethe House, Cider Taverns in Sachsenhausen, Römerberg, Paulskirche - St. Paul's Church, Museumsufer - Museum Embankment, Senckenberg Museum of Natural History, Shopping Street Zeil, Museum of Modern Art, and Palmengarten - the Botanical Gardens, to name a few. Frankfurt’s Main Tower is a skyscraper in the Innenstadt district, named after the Main River. The building has around 56 storeys and measures at approximately 240 metres or 787 feet and is considered to be among the tallest buildings in the city and in Germany.

How to get out

Equatorial Guinea is served by airports such as Malabo International Airport, Annobon Airport, Bata Airport, and President Obiang Nguema International Airport. Also known as Malabo Airport or Saint Isabel Airport, Malabo International Airport is a joint-use public and military airport located at 3.755 latitude and 8.708611 longitude in Bioko, Equatorial Guinea. The airport operates flights to and from numerous destinations such as São Tomé, Douala, Paris, Lomé, Pointe-Noire, Abidjan, Accra, Brazzaville, Cotonou, Port Harcourt, Madrid, Frankfurt, Bangui, and Casablanca, among others. The airlines that serve to these destinations include Africa’s Connection STP, Air Annobón, Air France, ASKY Airlines, Camair-Co, Ceiba Intercontinental Airlines, Ceiba Intercontinental Airlines operated by White Airways, Cronos Airlines, Douniah Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Iberia, Lufthansa, Punto Azul, Royal Air Maroc, and Westair Benin.

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