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About Country

Approximately 2.3 million (2021 estimate)
Population Density
8 people per square kilometer
$16.8 billion (nominal, 2019 estimate)
French is the official language, but Fang, Myene, and other languages are also widely spoken
Central African CFA franc
National Dish
Nyembwe Chicken (chicken in a spicy palm oil sauc
Christianity is the predominant religion in Gabon, with a significant Muslim minority
Gabon has a tropical climate, with high temperatures and humidity year-round, and a rainy season from October to May
Main Industries
Oil and gas, mining, timber, and agriculture, including cocoa, coffee, and palm oil production
Level of Development
Gabon is considered an upper-middle-income country, with a human development index (HDI) ranking of 118 out of 189 countries (2020)
Approximately 267,667 square kilometers

Escape to the natural wonderland of Gabon 🇬🇦, where pristine rainforests 🌳, exotic wildlife 🦍, and vibrant cultural traditions 🥁 come together in perfect harmony. Experience the magic of Africa at its wildest and most authentic. Plan your Gabonese adventure today!

Gabon is a country located in Central Africa, known for its lush tropical forests, diverse wildlife, and vibrant culture. The country has a relatively small population and is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, with a large number of endemic plant and animal species.


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Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in Gabon include:

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    Lopé National Park: a national park in central Gabon, known for its diverse wildlife and pristine rainforest.

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    Loango National Park: a national park in southwestern Gabon, known for its stunning beaches, mangrove forests, and wildlife.

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    Pointe Denis: a beach resort located on a small island off the coast of Libreville, known for its beautiful beaches and relaxed atmosphere.

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    Ivindo National Park: a national park in northeastern Gabon, known for its scenic waterfalls and diverse wildlife.

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    Crystal Mountains: a mountain range in eastern Gabon, known for its unique geological formations and hiking trails.

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    Musée National des Arts et Traditions du Gabon: a museum in Libreville that showcases Gabonese art and culture.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that Gabon has to offer. The country's unique natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and welcoming people make it a must-see destination for travelers who are looking for an authentic African experience.


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