Top 6 reasons to visit Sao Tome and Principe

Like you, we love getting out and doing things while we’re on holiday which is one of the reasons why we fell so in love with São Tomé and Príncipe.  These tiny tropical islands are found on the equator, in the Gulf of Guinea.  Despite their small size – jointly covering 1001 sqkm, around three quarters the size of Greater London – the islands pack a big punch in terms of the variety of activities you can enjoy while staying in comfortable accommodation ranging from luxury tented eco villas to colonial plantation houses and beachfront bungalows.

Here are a handful of our top reasons to visit Sao Tome and Principe:

Sao Tome and Principe Hoildays - Club Santana

…Discover shoals of colourful fish as you snorkel just off the gorgeous sandy, palm tree lined beach in front of your hotel

…Kayak to empty beaches and make the only footsteps of the day in the golden sand

Sao Tome holidays - Principe

…Soap up in an outside shower over-looking the rainforest

…Be woken in the middle of the night to see turtles laying eggs on the beach under a sky lit with stars

Sao Tome and Principe Holidays - Green Turtles Praia Inhame

…Canoe silently through a remote mangrove and see monkeys in the trees high above you

And last but nowhere near least…

…See humpback whales and spot amazing flying fish

Sao Tome and Principe Holidays - Humpback whale

How do I get there?

That’s where we come in. Our team of Activity Holidays Specialists have an extensive knowledge of these islands. We give the most choice and flexibility possible combining activities, accommodation and everything you need for a holiday that you will never forget.

We are a member of AITO (the Association of Independent Tour Operators) which encourages the highest standards in all aspects of tour operating. All members must adhere to the AITO Quality Charter.

Get in touch with us today on 01768 721050 or request a São Tomé holiday brochure

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