Located in West Africa, Gabon is still little known by tourists, despite its natural riches such as its well-preserved equatorial forest where rare animals (including gorillas) live and very varied plant species.

To explore this corner of Africa as it deserves, it is necessary to know the times indicated to visit it:

The year is divided into four distinct seasons: a small dry season from December to January, with little rain and a clear blue sky; a great dry season from May to September, without rain, with mild temperatures and a rather gray sky; a rainy season in October and November, with the alternating sun and heavy rains; and an important rainy season between February and April, where heavy rains are accompanied by tornadoes.

The best time to travel to Gabon is from January to September and December, where you have a warm climate and barely even moderate precipitation.