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Introducing The Northeast

Travelling northeast from Bissau, the flat, wet coastal regions give way to drier and hillier land that serves as the transition into the Sahel. There is little to detain the traveller, although the forests and rivers are popular with hunters and fishermen, and the road between the Gabú and the Guinean border winds through pretty hills as high as 300m – the highest point in the country.

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