Guinea-Bissau is one of Africa’s hidden gems. This tiny tropical country is brimming with life and makes for a picture-perfect vacation destination. Just wait until you touch down in Guinea-Bissau’s Arquipélago dos Bijagós and you will be blown away by its raw beauty. After you catch your breath, beautiful curvy, ebony, and out of this world Guinea-Bissauan women will be waiting to take care of all your needs and make you feel at home.
Just wait until you touch down in Guinea-Bissau’s Arquipélago dos Bijagós and you will be blown away by its raw beauty.
The labyrinth of tropical islands that make up the Arquipélago dos Bijagós is the countries’ jewel crown. Long white-sand beaches are lapped by waters brimming with fish. Hippos, monkeys, chimps and buffaloes thrive in protected reserves and hundreds of bird species call its vast mangroves and wetlands home.
After you catch your breath, beautiful curvy, ebony, and out of this world Guinea-Bissauan women will be waiting to take care of all your needs and make you feel at home. Highly industrious, smart and humble they make for a great company indoors and outdoors.
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Welcome to Guinea-Bissau
Guinea-Bissau is a tropical country on West Africa’s Atlantic coast that’s known for national parks and wildlife. It is bounded by Senegal to the north, Guinea to the east and south, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Guinea-Bissau is made up of the Bijagos (Bissagos) archipelago and other islands that lie off the coast.
Guinea-Bissau’s population is dominated by more than 20 African ethnicities including the Balante, one of the largest ethnic groups in the country. Women represent 51 percent of the population in Guinea-Bissau.
Numerous Fulani and their many subgroups, the Diola, the Nalu, the Bijagó, the Landuma, the Papel (Pepel), and the Malinke. Did you know the Fulani are a sedentary branch of a tribe which is mostly nomadic. In 1735 they united to form a country in what’s now eastern Guinea. That country had a written constitution in 1735….50 years before the U.S. They refer to themselves as Ful or Fulbe and are also called Peul.
There is also a small Cape Verdean minority with mixed African, European, Lebanese, and Jewish origins.
How to get to Guinea-Bissau
Osvaldo Vieira International Airport (IATA: OXB, ICAO: GGOV), also known as Bissau-Bissalanca Airport, is an international airport that serves the city of Bissau, the capital of Guinea-Bissau, as well as the Metropolitan Region of Bissau. It is the only international airport in the country.
There are plenty of cafes and restaurants in Guinea in the capital that are equip to serve international travellers needs.
Guinea-Bissau has three ecological zones—the tidal estuaries, the heavily forested interior plain, and the savanna. These zones are home to remarkably diverse flora and fauna. Aquatic and riverine birds such as flamingos and pelicans are especially numerous in the coastal swamps, which are also inhabited by a variety of reptiles such as snakes, crocodiles, and sea turtles, the latter of which are endangered. In the plains and forests, lizards, gazelles, antelopes, monkeys and apes, parrots, hyenas, and leopards abound. Although there was once a substantial elephant population, it has since been virtually eliminated.