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Revision as of 02:26, 7 May 2009

Central Africa is a region of Africa.

Contents

Countries

Central Africa regions
Angola
Burundi
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Huge, blessed with incredible natural wealth and beauty, culturally diverse, and extremely unstable and dangerous
Equatorial Guinea
Perhaps the continent's most corrupt country, where massive oil wealth is confiscated by a thuggish government, is not a terribly safe place to travel, but it has great beaches, laid-back beach bars, and locals speak Spanish
Gabon
Republic of the Congo
Rwanda
Don't let the recent past fool you, Rwanda is one of Africa's safest and most rewarding travel destinations, with fascinating and well exhibited memorials and museums dedicated to the genocide, the best Central African trekking and mountain gorilla visits (since it's so untouched by tourists), and all this brought to you by a rigorously development-oriented totalitarian state
Sao Tome and Principe
Zambia

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