About Gabon



Gabon, a country known for its political and social stability has the 4th highest GDP per capita in Africa. With forest covering 88% of the country, 800 km of almost virgin coastline and a biodiversity, Gabon offers a healthy and very green environment.



An Immense
Natural Potential


Gabon is the second largest exporter of veneer in the world

Gabon supplies 90% of the world’s Okoumé


Gabon is the world’s fourth-largest manganese producer

Gabon’s reserves include 2 billion tons of iron ore and over 40 tons of gold


Gabon is the fifth largest oil producer in Africa and exports more than 90% of its crude oil

Gabon has known recoverable reserves of 3.7 billion barrels

Why Invest in Gabon



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Solid
Economic
Strength

With an average of more than 5% growth per year, Gabon offers numerous growth opportunities, particularly in the non-oil sector.

Immense
natural
potential

Gabon possesses abundant reserves of mineral oil, natural gas, and other metals along with 12.5 million ha of exploitable forest and arable land.

Political and
social
stability

Gabon has the best country risk of the central African sub-region with a B rating and is ranked 2nd in Central Africa for good governance.

A
strategic
position

Located in the heart of Africa with exposure to the Atlantic coast, Gabon offers an ideal gateway for entry to a regional market of 250 million consumers.

An attractive
business
environment

With an average of more than 5% growth per year and 5.5% forecast between 2015/2017, Gabon offers numerous opportunities, particularly in the non-oil sector.

Gabon Tourism



Gabon has a lot to offer in tourism and natural splendor. Gabon is home to some of the world’s rarest species - swimming hippos, African gorillas, orange crocodiles, humpback whales, leatherback turtles, forest elephants and many varieties of birds.

Gabon is a paradise for travelers and adventure seekers, with many activities like wildlife safari, beach adventure sports etc. to create memories of a lifetime.