Maps of Guinea-Bissau. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Guinea-Bissau. All cities of Guinea-Bissau on the maps.
Maps of Guinea-Bissau:
- Administrative and road map of Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau administrative and road map.
- Detailed administrative map of Guinea-Bissau.
- Detailed political map of Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau detailed political map.
- Full political map of Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau full political map.
- Guinea-Bissau detailed map with roads and airports. Detailed map of Guinea-Bissau with roads and airports.
- Guinea-Bissau location map. Location map of Guinea-Bissau.
- Guinea-Bissau map. Map of Guinea-Bissau.
- Guinea-Bissau regions map with cities and roads.
- Large detailed administrative and road map of Guinea-Bissau.
- Large detailed administrative map of Guinea-Bissau with all roads.
- Large detailed physical map of Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau large detailed physical map.
- Large detailed political and administrative map of Guinea-Bissau with all cities, roads and airports.
- Large detailed road map of Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau large detailed road map.
- Map of Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau map.
- Political and administrative map of Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau political and administrative map.
- Political map of Guinea-Bissau with cities. Guinea-Bissau political map with cities.
- Road and physical map of Guinea-Bissau. Guinea-Bissau road and physical map.
Guinea-Bissau – short description:
The country’s inner landscape is rich in thick forests, plateaus and mountains, while on the coast there are numerous inlets and mangrove swamps, dotted with traditional fishing villages and exceptional sandy beaches rich in wildlife.
The Bijagos Archipelago is magnificent, its islands teeming with turtles, sharks, manatees and rare types of hippopotamus that live in salty water. Here indigenous people live from the islands, which have preserved their exceptional beauty. The Cantanheuz Natural Park in Jemberem is another beautiful site; it is a protected area where birds, monkeys and other species can be observed.
The capital permeates a relaxed atmosphere with its Portuguese quarter of meandering streets and Mediterranean style houses. The Museum of African Artifacts is a treasure chest of traditional African Art and well worth a visit.
The climate is tropical, with the rainy season going from June to October and the dry one from December to April. The temperatures vary according to the altitude, although on the coast the temperatures are high as well as the humidity.
The people from Guinea Bissau are called Guineans.