Dear sir/ Madam Ambassador
I am humbly writing this letter to kindly request you to grant me a visa that will enable me to visit EQUITORIAL GUINEA for a touristic trip. My purpose for travel is tourism, to see beautiful sights especially the museums, National parks and architectures. I am also looking forward to experience the foods, learning the culture of the natives and meeting new people. My trip would take 7 days, and my list of activities I am planning to undertake within my trip is as follows.
On my first day, I am planning to visit Arena Blanca the only white beach on Bioko Island. It will be a lifetime experience for me basking in the sun and seeing thousands of butterflies which appear during dry seasons. On my second day, I will take a trip to Bata to have a view of this town which is in the region of Rui Muni on the mainland. On my third day I am planning to tour cascades of Moca, Lake Loreta and Lake Biao which are popular visitor’s destinations, I know it will be a great experience to see different species of monkeys. I will also visit the town of Moca situated in Moca valley and learn the way of life of the Bubi who are the indigenous people of Bioko Island. On my fourth day there, I will tour Malabo town, which I will find attractive to me due to the pleasant Spanish colonial architecture, lively market and open plaza. On my fifth day of my trip, I will tour Monte Alen National park to see nature and also to see wild animals such as leopards, elephants and different bird species. On my sixth day, I will tour Pico Basile so as to have a panoramic view of the island and where on a clear day one can view Mount Cameroon. On my seventh day, I will visit Pico Malabo to view the volcano. During my visit, I will visit different hotels to experience their foods.
I greatly believe this would be a lifetime experience for me, and I will appreciate very much if you make this a success to me by granting me a visa. I thank you very much for taking your time to read my letter and for consideration. In case of any clarifications, I can be reached anytime.
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