Equatorial Guinea is a little country situated in the Gulf of Guinea. And it is one of the most unknown places in Africa. It is divided into two parts, the mainland and the islands. It is a former Spanish colony which borders Cameroon and Gabon. This country is one of the largest oil producing countries in Sub-Sahara, behind Angola and Nigeria, and the only Spanish speaking country in Africa. Travel and Tourism in Equatorial Guinea is a mix of beautiful scenery and rich vegetation which promises travelers a variety of enticing attractions. It’s rare that a feel of the African tropics, volcanic landscapes, relaxing coastal escapes, and Spanish colonial towns can all be enjoyed in one destination. Tourists generally start in the big cities like Bata and Malabo where they can find contemporary comforts and explore the culture at the markets and try local cuisine before venturing out to the surrounding areas where the wilderness awaits. Getting around may be a bit challenging but enjoyable for the adventurous, whether by four-wheel drive vehicle or public transportation.