Equatorial Guinea has had a significant cocoa production for centuries. Don’t miss this article about the secrets behind cocoa in Equatorial Guinea and how this crop has evolved in the country.
The new terminal of Equatorial Guinea’s airport is finally here! With its innovative design and cutting-edge services, it is a significant milestone for the country’s tourism and economic development.
Are you thinking of traveling to Equatorial Guinea and want to learn about the history of the Island of Bioko? Don’t miss this article where we tell you everything that this island has experienced!
Do you want to visit Equatorial Guinea, but have doubts about the climate and how to choose the best time to go? Don’t miss this post where we help you choose the best time to travel to Equatorial Guinea!
Rumbo Malabo takes Equatorial Guinea, the hidden gem of Africa, to FITUR 2023. Find all the details in this article!
The world is moving towards the new normal, and two years after the pandemic countries are reopening to international tourism… What about Equatorial Guinea? Have the restrictions been lifted? Can you travel to Equatorial Guinea? Read up!
Have you ever heard of the Sustainable Development Goals? You know what they are? In case this sounds familiar to you but it is still not clear enough, this article will help you learn more about this and how Rumbo Malabo is joining this cause so that you can fully enjoy tourism in Equatorial Guinea.
A trip to Equatorial Guinea offers all kinds of experiences: adventure, relaxation, culture… Camping is only of them, and this post will tell you everything you need to know to make your camping adventure unforgettable.
If you are lucky enough to visit a country like Equatorial Guinea, you should not miss the opportunity to stay active through walks or walks in the woods. On the one hand, it is free and accessible, and on the other , it is very good for your health. Here, we tell you all the reasons why you should consider this form of sports during your visit to Equatorial Guinea.
Do you know if Equatorial Guinea has beaches? Could you say which are the best ones in the country? On this occasion, we do not want you to end your trip to Equatorial Guinea without having enjoyed some of the wonderful beaches it houses.
What are the best places for a romantic getaway in Equatorial Guinea? What charming places are ideal to visit on Valentine’s Day? Here you’ll find a selection of five idyllic sites where to celebrate in the best company.
Former soccer player and sports journalist Alberto Edjogo gives us the keys to making soccer a driving force for the future in Equatorial Guinea and tells us about the passion he feels for his second country
Cultural manager, editor and courageous bookseller (and the good granddaughter of the academic Trinidad Morgades), Deborah Ekoka says she fell in love with the city of Bata because of its aromas, its energy and its beaches remind her of her hometown, Valencia.
With film appearances such as the blockbuster Palm trees in the Snow, his tireless theatrical career and multiple television characters, such as the endearing Dayo in Spanish National TV series Dos Vidas, Malcolm Treviño-Sitté tells us why visiting Equatorial Guinea is like traveling on the big screen
Do you know the medicinal plants in Equatorial Guinea? Here you can find some of the traditional plants and their benefits.
72,000 people follow the YouTube channel of José Mañana, an Equatoguinean influencer who is making his country known to the world and who tells us about the wonders of the only Hispanic country in Africa
Are you thinking of visiting Equatorial Guinea? Then you will love this post. We are going to talk about some pieces of fiction that will make your imagination fly. It will be just like traveling to Equatorial Guinea. Put your seatbelt on!
Tasty, spicy, and delicious are some of the adjectives that define Equatorial Guinea’s food. With ingredients that cover tubers, spices, sauces, and so many flavors. However, for many still unknown.
Top 10 best things to do in Malabo. If you live in Malabo or plan to visit the city, we have done the work for you. Here you will find a list of 10 activities: they are not in order of preference or from best to worst, you just should do them during your stay. In addition, we have placed a very special one in the last place for you.
In this post, we wanted to talk about art in Equatorial Guinea. From our point of view it is wonderful and worth admiring it, but unfortunately it is not our specialty. For this reason, we have asked for help to a great initiative that is being formed called Ceiba Project, and its museum of culture CEIBA.
The Ilachi waterfalls are, possibly, one of the most unknown spots on Bioko Island. A trip through the forest will be the begining of your adventure to observe these natural waterfalls of more than 200 meters. In other words, if you visit Equatorial Guinea, don’t miss them.
Rumbo Malabo is an incoming travel agency in Equatorial Guinea formed by a group of enthusiastic ecuatoguinean dedicated to responsible tourism. Moreover, we all share a passion for the unexplored parts of this wonderful country and we believe that well-managed tourism is key to maintain and protect the traditions, the cultural diversity and the nature of this beautiful country.
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