Gabon is located on the Atlantic coast of central Africa and shares borders with Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Republic of the Congo and the Gulf of Guinea. It is one of the most prosperous countries in the region.

People of Gabon are of Bantu origin, though Gabon has at least forty ethnic groups with separate languages and cultures. The Fang are generally thought to be the largest, although recent census data seem to favor the Bandjabi (or Nzebi). Gabon has an equatorial climate with an extensive system of rainforests covering 85% of the country. There are three distinct regions ideal for adventure: the coastal plains ranging between 20 to 300 km, the mountains, and the savanna in the east. This country is unique because of the preservation of its natural environment. In 2002, it was firmly put on the map as an important future ecotourism destination with the nomination of more than 11% of the nation's territory as National Park, which may be the largest area of nature parks in the world.

The opportuny is offered to you to visit the Louango, Lopé and Ivindo National Parks. We offer you activities such as jungle sfari, birding, gorillas tracking and cultural expeditions with the pygmies communities.