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How To Travel To Malabo

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BY PLAIN

Malabo International Airport serves the city. International carriers include Iberia, Spanair, Air France, KLM, Kenya Airways, Aero Contractors, Royal Air Maroc, and Lufthansa, as well as a few smaller airlines that fly to neighboring nations as well as the mainland (Bata). Travel on these domestic carriers should be carefully examined, since there is no competence in Equatorial Guinea to enforce airworthiness requirements, and air traffic control is at most mediocre. Ethiopian Airlines, the airline with the most international destinations in Africa, travels three times each week with connections via places such as Douala and its main base in Addis Abeba. Every Tuesday and Saturday, Aero Contractors flies from Lagos, Nigeria to Malabo through Libreville. This route is presently served by a Boeing 737-400.

BY BOAT

Ferries go from Douala and Bata to the port of Malabo.

How To Get Around In Malabo

Malabo is easily accessible by foot. Taxis are inexpensive. During the day, XAF500 should bring you wherever in the city. You should be able to go from the city to the Marathon Oil facility for XAF3,000. Expect to pay extra at night or when the cops are out enforcing...

Prices In Malabo

Tourist (Backpacker) - 33 $ per day. Estimated cost per 1 day including:meals in cheap restaurant, public transport, cheap hotel.Tourist (regular) - 100 $ per day. Estimated cost per 1 day including:mid-range meals and drinks,transportation, hotel.MARKET / SUPERMARKETMilk1 liter$ 1.10Tomatoes1 kg$ 3.40Cheese0.5 kg$ Apples1 kg$ Oranges1 kg$ Beer (domestic)0.5 l$ 1.05Bottle...

Beaches in Malabo

Bioko Diversity ProgramMalabo and the Bioko island are well-known for their unique plant life. A large portion of this plant life is centered around the shore. As a consequence, the Guinean government has committed significant resources to the development of biodiversity projects. Visitors to the region may book guided tours...

Sights & Landmarks In Malabo

Malabo is a city that has preserved colonial-era structures such as the Presidential Palace and the Malabo Palace of Justice. Other colonial structures may be seen in the downtown area, however they are as dilapidated as the wooden buildings of Nigeria's 19th century and Rey Boncoro streets.Notable structures include...

Food & Restaurants In Malabo

Deme's Favorite Chicken Place, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Get the fried plantain (sweeter is preferable) and the chicken. Serve with picante sauce and mayonnaise on top.Betty's BBQ, aka Casa Teodorita. Come here if you like ribs. A wide unmarked gate near the presidential compound downtown leads to a pleasant and small outdoor dining...

Nightlife In Malabo

Candy Irish Pub. This tavern, which is solely "Irish" in decor, is located in the centre of Malabo, near the harbor, across the street from the Cultural Center. Drink foreign beers and socialize with locals and expatriates, mainly to de-stress after another meaningless job. The beverages are somewhat priced ($6...

Festivals & Events In Malabo

Malabo Festivals honor the local culture and sites in the region. Malabo is the capital city of Equatorial Guinea and is home to people from all walks of life. As a response, they have created a diverse range of activities to commemorate their ancestry and the culture that surrounds...

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