Sao Tome and Principe

The most beautiful places in Sao Tome and Principe

What to see in Sao Tome and Principe

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The most beautiful places in Sao Tome and Principe
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So far little-known island country in the Gulf of Guinea, off the west equatorial coast of Central Africa, called Sao Tome and Principe.

Sao Tome National Museum

The museum is located in the former fortress of Säo Sebas

Altitude: 4 m / 13 ft

Of course, the museum can offer nothing more than artifacts from the colonial period. There are many… continue reading

Presidential Palace of São Tomé and Príncipe

Presidential Palace

Altitude: 9 m / 30 ft

Today's presi­dential palace used to be the administrative center of the colony's governor in colonial times. continue reading

Cathedral of São Tomé

St. Thomas Cathedral

Altitude: 11 m / 36 ft

The church was built at the end of the 15th century continue reading

Boca de Inferno

English “Hell's Mouth“

Altitude: 10 m / 33 ft

The wave passes through the canal and at the end of it there is a massive splash of water continue reading

Pescira Beach Waterfall

Waterfalls de Praia Pesqueira

Altitude: 20 m / 66 ft

We couldn't find the waterfall right away, so the locals finally showed it to us. You have to walk between… continue reading

Pico Cão Grande

In Czech it is “The top of a big dog“

Altitude: 300 m / 984 ft

The peak is 663 m above sea level and about 370 m above the surrounding terrain. This structure was created… continue reading

Roça Rio do Ouro

Former plantation complex Roça Rio do Ouro today Agostinho Neto

Altitude: 179 m / 587 ft

A complex of plantations built in 1865. It is still one of the most impressive agricultural buildings in the… continue reading

Lagoa Azul

Azul Bay

Altitude: 5 m / 16 ft

At the back left is the Azul lighthouse and on the right is the picturesque bay itself. There are several… continue reading

Good Success Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden to Bom Sucesso

Altitude: 1 154 m / 3 786 ft

Portuguese then Jardim Botânico do Bom Sucesso. The garden contains local plants as far as possible. continue reading

Sao Nicolau waterfall

Sao Nicolau Waterfall

Altitude: 928 m / 3 045 ft

In my opinion, the most beautiful and at the same time the most accessible waterfall here in the central… continue reading

Bombaim waterfall

Bombaim Waterfall

Altitude: 462 m / 1 516 ft

Waterfall in the middle of the jungle, near the plantations of Roca de Bombaim continue reading

Monte Cafe

Monte Café

Altitude: 695 m / 2 280 ft

One of the oldest coffee plantations here has been transformed into a coffee museum. Here you can admire the… continue reading

Claudio Corallo

Manufacturer of the best chocolate in the world

Altitude: 7 m / 23 ft

In the capital, it is worth visiting the sample chocolate factory, which is called the best chocolate in the… continue reading

Roca Nova

Roca Nova plantations

Altitude: 405 m / 1 329 ft

A visit to these plantations is not absolutely essential, it is a choir of ancient farm buildings. The… continue reading

Porto Alegre

The port city of Porto Alegre

Altitude: 20 m / 66 ft

Porto Alegre is not an interesting place. From here, however, trips are made to the island of das Rolas,… continue reading

Roca Sundy

Former Roca Sunda coffee plantation and what to see here

Altitude: 167 m / 548 ft

Ruins of ancient stables, once a magnificent structure, entrances and horseshoe-shaped windowsRoca Sundy… continue reading

O Que Pipi Waterfall

O Que Pipi waterfall

Altitude: 304 m / 997 ft

An easy trek to a 30m high waterfall, which in earlier times was used for bathing exclusively for women from… continue reading

Roca Belo Monte

Former Roca Belo Monte plantation and what to see here

Altitude: 142 m / 466 ft

Sao Tome and Principe Museum Hotel Roca Belo MonteThe most famous beach on the island, Banana beach continue reading


Local custom

What you probably shouldn't miss when traveling around the islands is the traditional laundry and washing of… continue reading

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