The Malabo National Park is a place of recreation located in the new area of Malabo, the Capital of Equatorial Guinea.
It is next door to the Saint Isabel airport and covers an area of 870,000 sq metres. It comprises eight functional zones including Independence Square Zone, Ethnic Customs Zone and Central Lake Zone.
The park offers restaurants, a sports area, activities for children, a lake with jet-skis and boats and an art gallery.
It was opened on 16th July, 2016 and is said to be the first comprehensive city park in Central Africa.