Libreville located in central western Africa is the largest and capital city of Gabon. Libreville which is near the Gulf of Guinea is is actually a port on Komo river. The population of Libreville has a population of 703,504 people and an area 270,000 square kilometers. The Mpongwe people of Libreville were the original inhabitants in the area but the French took Libreville over in 1839. Libreville is an industrious city dealing with timber, ship building as well as brewing. Acquiring a ticket to the city is east to acquire.
Libreville Travel FAQs
Q. What is the best season to travel to Libreville?
A. The months to avoid travelling to Libreville are October and November since they are the rainiest. You definitely don't want to get a ticket then. The best months are January, February, April, May, June, July and November since they are the warm enough to enjoy a swim. Get your ticket during the best weather months in Libreville listed above.
Q. What is the cost of an air ticket for Libreville?
The cost of an air ticket is determined by various factors. For example the distance from the departure airport. The time of the year also matters as peak seasons have higher ticket costs. The time difference of the departure date to the time purchased also matters at the longer the time the probability of paying less for your ticket is higher.
Q. What are the main tourist attractions in Libreville?
A. Libreville has quite a number of tourist attractions such as Lope National Park, Akanda National Park, Pointe Denis Beach, Sandy beaches of Cape Esterias and Tropicana, del la Sabliere, Palais Presidential built by President Bongo in 1970s, L'Eglise St-Michel a church which is a masterpiece, Arboretum de Sibang which is a preserved rain forest, Seaside Boulevard and National Museum of arts and traditions. Before you get a ticket list the places to visit.