Príncipe - can you locate me on a map?
25 February 2019

DISCOVER PRÍNCIPE

Located 300 kilometres off the coast of Gabon, and just 16 kilometres long and 8 kilometres wide, Príncipe is a tiny paradise of natural wonders. Originally formed by a volcano, the island’s geology has been eroded over millions of years, leaving spires of rock bedecked with lush rainforest. Today this is one of the most exciting new adventures to await travellers to Africa.

And because most people struggle to locate this little wonderland on a world map, we have created the perfect itinerary:
DISCOVER PRÍNCIPE - 7 NIGHTS WITH FLIGHTS
From € 2 450 per person sharing
Valid until 31 Oct'19

 
  • ACCESS — 3 x flights weekly to São Tomé from Lisbon, Portugal (Tu, Th, Sa) & Luanda, Angola (We, Fr, Su). Package rate includes return 35-minute flights between São Tomé and Príncipe (daily except Thurs).
  • EXPLORE — from forests walks in the biosphere and local culture of the island to the best ocean swimming and pristine beaches with turtles hatching ... and much more.
  • STAY — at Omali Lodge (São Tomé) for one night followed by six nights at SUNDY PRAIA (Príncipe) on a half-board basis.
  • EARLY BOOKING INCENTIVE - book and pay before 30 April'19 and receive best rate. All packages are fully commissionable on your agreed STO.
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A TINY PARADISE OF NATURAL WONDERS

Head out on a guided walk of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that makes up this paradise, or take a stroll from Sundy Praia and discover the forests for yourself. Walking the numerous wilderness trails is a real adventure.

OCEAN MEETS FOREST

Slip into the warm ocean waters and feel the sand drop away. Here the tidal differences are small which makes for some of the best beach swimming in Africa. Warm, crystal clear waters with a sand base.

PEOPLE & HISTORY

What is life without connectivity, meet the soul and passion of Principe during an island tour. Uninhabited until the 1500s, the island today is home to about 7 000 people, descendants of slaves who worked the cocoa and sugar plantations for the colonial Portuguese.
I AM PRÍNCIPE - watch this video

BOOK NOW the new 7-night package is designed to maximise a stay at the 2-island country of São Tomé and Príncipe.
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