In the Gulf of Guinea, lies an archipelago filled with lush green landscapes that smell pure with vibrant pinks, oranges, and yellows blanketing the gentle oasis. Welcome to Sao Tome e Principe, more commonly known as ‘heaven on earth’ by those who have experienced its kind energies, warming the soul and spirits of all. Its one-of-a-kind beauty cannot be described to its fullest, it must be experienced in person, as the sun's rays awaken life and the smell of seafood stews consume your senses. Serenity, waterfalls, blue sky, fresh fruit, and nature’s beautiful sound therapy provide a soothing guide to your transformation to calm.
Relax with an evening cocktail on a white-sandy beach watching crystal clear blue waters press into your bare feet. Hop on an artisanal boat and cruise the tropical waters with an experienced local fisherman, Sao Tomean style.
Surf the epic waves with local experts or snorkel and dive to find the endemic fish species at UNESCO’S Biosphere Reserve.
Trek Obo National Park and discover more about the endemic species, thick vegetation, and medicinal plants used to provide healing locally for centuries.
Experience artistic expressions like tchiloli, the fabric of society in Sao Tome e Principe. Participate on stage with local artists sharing the historical tales of past times and its connectedness to the present and future. Swirl away into the night while dancing kizomba, a dance style originating in Angola, over three decades ago, that has made its way throughout the Afro-Portuguese diaspora, picking up different styles like tarraxinha to garnish its sensual delivery.
Enjoy a soiree with cultural representatives conversing on what it means to be Sao Tomean.Relax with an evening cocktail on a white-sandy beach watching crystal clear blue waters press into your bare feet. Hop on an artisanal boat and cruise the tropical waters with an experienced local fisherman, Sao Tomean style. Trek Obo National Park and discover more about the endemic species, thick vegetation, and medicinal plants used to provide healing locally for centuries.
Taste the lands cacao, 100% chocolate, paired with eccentric Sao Tomean liqueurs. Experience the process of how the Sao Tomean coffee is made, from planting to selling, journey through its lifespan. Familiarize yourself with community initiatives and sample dishes from the rural eco-tourism venture, the country’s outstanding Calulu dish, prepared with fresh and smoked fish, onions, tomatoes, fresh herbs, and spices, aubergines, óssame (a red, bulbous fruit), and green bananas. Visit the famous Sao Tomean TV chef Joao Carlos Silva, known for his cooking shows on Portuguese television, exotic flavors, and outstanding restaurant and gallery, Roca Sao Joao dos Angolares.
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