Tourism

Gabon Tourism

The industry’s potential has garnered attention from the government and private operators, with the state aiming to boost visitor numbers to 100,000 per year by 2020. The majority of visitors come for business, but luxury tourism projects are in the works to diversify the offer. Ecotourism and luxury are two promising segments that could help boost the sector’s contribution to GDP.

This chapter includes an interview with Lee White, Managing Director, National Agency for National Parks (Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux, ANPN).

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Gabon restructures tourism to boost visitor numbers
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Interviews & Viewpoints

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Lee White, Managing Director, National Agency for National Parks (Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux, ANPN): Interview

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