In 2002, late President Omar Bongo Ondimba put Gabon firmly on the map as an important future ecotourism destination by nominating more than 11% of the nation’s territory as National Park – a new standard in African eco-tourism and conservation!
Gabon is home to western lowland gorillas and nearly 200 other mammal species and 600 species of birds. In Loango National Park, you can find elephants and buffalos roaming freely on its endless beaches..
Gabon has an equatorial climate, with year-round high temperatures and humidity.
Rainfall varies from an annual average of 120 inches (3,050 millimetres) in the capital Libreville to 150 inches on the northwest coast. Read more
The earliest inhabitants of Gabon are the pygmy people. Pygmy tribes are known for their hunting & gathering culture in the central African rainforest, and for their height: adult members grow on average to less than 150 cm (4 feet 11 inches). Read more
The tours of Africa’s Eden are not effected by the public holidays in Gabon. However, it is worth taking note of them, as everything else closes on these days – banks, shops and government offices. Read more
Amidst the fascinating surroundings of Loango National Park, we offer you the small but exclusive Loango Lodge, set on the Iguela Lagoon, with uninterrupted views of the wide tranquil river that separates the lodge area and the national park.
From comfortable accomodations like Loango Lodge to true jungle experiences in one of the satellite camps. We offer you the perfect bases from which to launch expeditions into different areas.
Want to active explore the country? There are many possibilities: marine excursions like snorkeling, kayaking, scuba diving, whale watching and terrestrial excursions like hiking and safaris. Read more