Sao Tome e Principe

São Tomé & Principe

is a state located in the Gulf of Guinea, consisting of two main islands (São Tomé Island and Príncipe Island) and several islets, totaling 1001 km², with about 160,000 inhabitants!

The capital city and the main center of the country. The main activities of this main island is mostly, of agriculture, tourism and fishing. bets on tourism, preserving as best as possible its beautiful landscapes, as well as its unique architecture and peaceful surroundings. This main island is not solely the main city but also the pulse of the island. Be curious to taste the magic of this awesome island.

Trindade is a town and capital of the district of Mé-Zóchi (São Tomé and Príncipe). Its estimated population is 14,500 inhabitants. Get to know the secrets of how palm wine is extracted through a guided tour. With the taste of the national cuisine and self extracted wine you´ll find out how tasty São tomé can be. Traveling to São Tomé and Principe and is actually an very easy thing. Get the best guides for your trip and discover this beautiful place.

Principe the amazing piece of the puzzle that completes this amazing picture.

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A trip to São Tomé and Príncipe takes you to an almost forgotten island paradise on the equator. The island archipelago in the Gulf of Guinea, about 200 km off the coast of Africa, west of Equatorial Guinea and Gabon, is still an insider tip and therefore anything but overrun with tourists. This tropical group of islands is one of the last real paradises on earth and is a unique adventure and nature experience.

The inhabitants of the second smallest African country after the Seychelles are happy about visitors and therefore meet you very friendly and courteous.

The beauty of nature, the friendliness of the people, the relaxing seclusion, the colonial Portuguese architecture, endemic plants and birds, waterfalls and streams, volcanic mountains, dense rainforest, idyllic sandy beaches and crystal clear water are characteristic of the islands. After the hiking or trekking tours, coffee plantations, the so-called Roças, and the varied and exotic island cuisine invite you to enjoy.

Visitors can also enjoy whale or dolphin watching: humpback whales, blue whales, killer whales and Bryde’s whales, as well as striped dolphins, Clymene dolphins, bridled dolphins and the bottlenose dolphin.

The island archipelago is an insider tip if you want to combine paradisiacal beaches with hikes through tropical jungle.