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Equatorial Guinea Elevation Map

Equatorial Guinea is a country located on the west coast of Central Africa. The terrain of Equatorial Guinea is marked by volcanic formations and is characterized by a coastal plain that rises to interior hills and plateaus. The country has several mountains and hills, providing great scenic beauty to visitors. The landscape is a mix of forest, savannah, and grassland, which makes it look stunningly beautiful.


The Eastern Region of Equatorial Guinea is home to the highest mountains. The tallest peak is Pico Basile, a volcano that has a height of 3,008 meters. It is located on the Bioko island of Equatorial Guinea. The highest point of mainland Equatorial Guinea is Mont Nlonako, located in the southeastern part of the country of an elevation of 1,229 meters.

Equatorial Guinea

The coastal region of Equatorial Guinea is marked by mangroves, which provide a unique ecosystem to the region. The mangrove serves as a habitat for a wide range of animal species, including various reptiles, birds, and mammals, making it a unique destination for tourists.

The landscape of Equatorial Guinea is uneven, comprising high hills and plateaus, and low-lying grasslands. The country experiences a tropical climate, and due to its tropical rainforest, it has a high humidity level. The rainforests cover almost half of the country's area, making it one of the most forested countries in Africa.

Highest point

The highest point in Equatorial Guinea is Pico Basile, a volcano on the Bioko island of Equatorial Guinea, with a height of 3,008 meters. It offers stunning views of the surroundings and is a popular tourist destination.

Lowest point

The lowest point in Equatorial Guinea is the Atlantic Ocean at sea level.

Similar landscape

In terms of the terrain, Equatorial Guinea is similar to several other countries in Africa, such as Cameroon, Congo, and Gabon. These countries also have a mix of lush tropical forests, grasslands, and hills. Cameroon and Gabon have several high peaks that are taller than Equatorial Guinea's highest point, while Congo has vast plains and savannas that are unique to the region.

Popular cities

See here a list of 10 cities in Equatorial Guinea and their elevation above sea level.