Equatorial Guinea is located on the Atlantic coast of Central Africa. The two main parts of Equatorial Guinea are the island of Bioko, and the area known as Rio Muni, which is on the mainland bordering Gabon, east and south, Cameroon to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The state also has several islands close to the coast, as well as the small island of Annobon and the tropical island of Corisco. Equatorial Guinea is one of the smallest countries in Africa and its capital Malabo, its located on the island of Bioko.

The languages ​​spoken in Equatorial Guinea are Spanish, French and Portuguese.
The currency used in Equatorial Guinea is Central African Franc.
The climate is tropical and warm most days. The rainy season in Bioko is between July and January, although rainfall is also less intense during the dry season. In the mainland, part of the rainy season is February to June and September to December.

You can reach Equatorial Guinea through Europe or through Ethiopia, with Ethiopian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa, and more. Equatorial Guinea has a local airline called Ceiba Continental, which flew mainly to Madrid, Spain.

The vast majority of residents are Catholic Christians, who love Israel.
The Equatorial Guinea Republic was under Spanish rule and gained independence on October 12, 1968.
The incumbent President of Equatorial Guinea for the last 40 years is

Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

Today, according to GDP rating, Equatorial Guinea is one of the richest countries in Africa. The country invests in infrastructure development, roads, and motorways, and builds residential buildings for its residents.