Low population density, abundant petroleum, and foreign private investment have helped make Gabon one of the most prosperous countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, with the 4th highest HDI and the third highest GDP per capita (PPP) (after Equatorial Guinea and Botswana) in the region.
- Gabon has largest boundary with Republic of the Congo which is approximately 1903 km.
- Gabon has shortest boundary with Cameroon which is approximately 298 km.
- The largest river in Gabon is Ogooue which is 1200 km.
- The largest export partner of Gabon is Japan.
- The largest import partner of Gabon is France.
- There are 11 seaports in Gabon.
Tourist Attraction#The roaring torrent of Kongou Falls slashes through the forest in Ivindo National Park.
- The famous dish of Gabon is Poulet Nyembwe (Moambe).
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