Travel Info

How to come to Gabon?

All international flights to Gabon arrive at Leon Mba International Airport in Libreville, the country's capital.

Several international airlines serve our destination.

Air France: present in Gabon for decades, it loosens Gabon 7days / 7 in direct flight from Paris. Flight duration: 6h55

Turkish Airways: departing from Istanbul

Royal Air Maroc: Paris via Casablanca

Second half of the 19th century: The French extend their influence to the interior of the country, signing agreements with the peoples of the south-east.

Ethiopian Airlines: from Addis Ababa

South African Airways: departing from Johannesburg

Moreover, for your comfort there are domestic flights between Libreville and the chief places of the 9 provinces of Gabon except that of Lambaréné in the province of Moyen-Ogooué because close enough to Libreville. However, we prefer the car and the train for our travelers who want more to enjoy the Gabonese landscapes.

Tips before departure
Valid passport whose expiry date is after 6 months after your return.

Visa required.

Gabon has implemented an electronic visa, more commonly known as e-visa, to facilitate entry into its territory. Persons wishing to settle in Gabon are advised to consult the website for terms and conditions. This device is currently for travelers wishing to travel to Gabon by air, from the single entrance to Libreville International Airport Leon Mba.

Good physical condition recommended for trekking in the forest and excursions to Mount Brazza. Some hikes require up to 2 hours of walking, but of course it is not without nothing to see!

The trip can be challenging in the region of Ivindo (5 hours drive in 4X4 between the parks of Lopé and Ivindo passing through Makokou the capital of the province of Ivindo with unpaved sections) . However, possibility of direct access by domestic flight Libreville-Makokou, 1h15 flight. Have an ability to adapt to the unexpected or the discomfort (bad tracks, climate ...).

Recommended vaccinations: Only yellow fever vaccine is required

Individual equipment to be provided
Walking shoes
Solar cream
Mosquito spray
Lamp (frontal preferably) and spare batteries
Personal pharmacy
Raincoat in the rainy season
Gray clothes in the forest
Anti-mosquito cream
Malaria treatment recommended