Equatorial Guinea travel guide, including map of Equatorial Guinea, top Equatorial Guinea travel experiences, and tips for travel in Equatorial Guinea
Our travel guide to Equatorial Guinea is coming soon. In the meantime, please check out our Equatorial Guinea Essential Info page, and the posts in our travellers' forums.
Travel deep into the heart of Papua New Guinea on a new expedition cruise along the Sepik River, to discover ancient rituals, repentant headhunters, and tribal villages frozen in time… More
Largely untouched by tourism, Papua New Guinea is a truly off-the-beaten-path destination. In this land of colourful festivals, wilderness jungle and exotic birdlife, adventure is guaranteed More
With news that over 200 languages have become extinct over the last three generations, we find out where you can hear the most endangered ones – if you hurry... More
Look up, look down, look all around... Get in on the action with these 10 active photos that have been shortlisted to the final round of the Wanderlust Photo of the Year competition More
Remote, beautiful and friendly, the islands of the Pacific, including Fiji, Tahiti and Papua New Guinea, are the perfect antidote to the stresses of modern life. Go there to experience life as it was meant to be lived. More
From penguins to puffins, Birds-of-Paradise to condors, the world of birds is full of colour and spectacle. Here are the top spots on Planet Earth for birdwatchers More
Where will we be travelling in 10 years time? Svalbard, Syria or Space? What will be doing? How will tech, drones and VR change travel? We asked 5 top industry experts for their predictions More
Guinea-Bissau is easily overlooked, but you can discover hippos, kings and ancient traditions in the islands and villages of West Africa’s forgotten country More
From water dancing to wrestling, we reveal some of nature's most curious courtship rituals and where to witness them in the wild More
Most people who go to see gorillas see them in Uganda or Rwanda; only a few hundred make it elsewhere. Fancy bucking the trend? Here are ten places to see them for yourself More
Delve into the jungles of remotest Papua New Guinea, winner of Best Emerging Destination at the Wanderlust Travel Awards 2015 – and discover the tribes fighting to keep their traditions in a modernising world More
Our featured blogger, Olga Nikolskaya, on entrancing, intoxicating Papua New Guinea... More
Our featured blogger, Graham Askey, argues the case for giving Conakry in Guinea a chance. At least on a Sunday. More
Three stars of Wanderlust Photo of the Year 2012 share their secrets and reveal what they got up to on an expedition to meet the tribes of Papua New Guinea More
New year, new journeys: here's our pick of this year's freshest trips... From Chile to China and all the places in between. So where will your Wanderlust take you in 2014? More
We meet the winners and runners-up from Wanderlust's 2012 competition and quiz them on their prize trip to Papua New Guinea More
Port Moresby is the jumping off point for many a Papuan adventure. Mark Stratton helps you navigate safely through the notorious capital, before you explore its wild interior... More
Kim Romanski on what you need to know before visiting one of the world's most exotic and mysterious destinations More
The third episode of Africa is set to grace our screens this evening on BBC 1. In preparation for the Congo episode here's a handy guide to which gorilla is which... More
Wanderlust chats to wildlife cameraman-turned-TV presenter Gordon Buchanan about capturing wild animals and what it takes to make it on film More
Soul-sapping humidity, huge crocs, polygamous tribes, 820 languages to learn – travel in Papua New Guinea is tough, surreal but always extraordinary More
Not all long-haul destinations need pesky paperwork and fees says Christine Fleitz, hop on the next flight to one of these countries and pick one up on arrival More
It's not over until the days get dark. Don't miss these late-trips to take to catch some summer sun and adventure; and they're only a few hours' flight away More
Naturalist and thinking mum's pin-up Steve Backshall on his charmed life and what drives him to travel to far-flung places More
Sun, sea and soul on Africa's West Coast More
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