Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program, Moka, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, www. bioko. org. Visitors, including tourists and school children, are welcome to stop in for educational programs. A striking series of 4 backlit posters, designed by BBPP’s Outreach Coordinator Jessica Weinberg and funded by a grant from the International Primate Protection League illustrate the importance of controlling the bushmeat trade. Post cards featuring Bioko Island wildlife, also the work of Jessica Weinberg, are for sale. Research Center staff can arrange for guides to the local attractions (the Cascades of the Ilyadi River and the Pico Biao Crater Lake). Because of its cool climate and central location, Moka is the ideal place from which to explore and study Bioko Island's rich flora and fauna.
Shopping in Malabo is characterized by a number of items which primarily includes fruits, vegetables, meat and fishes. Shopping in Malabo also includes clothes and local craft items.
There are a number of local markets to enjoy Shopping in Malabo. The markets sell local produce such as beans, rice, fruit, vegetables, oil and bush meat as well as fabric and clothing in traditional African prints. Hardware and local crafts are also sold in the markets.
At the local market, one can find a wide variety of meat. Most of this can not be found anywhere else in the world. These include meat of antelope, deer and wild boar. Exotic meats as porcupine and sea tortoise which are considered delicacies are also found in plenty. These animals are not found in Europe and on other continents.