About Sao Tome & Principe

Sao Tome & Principe is an untouched paradise. It seems the world has forgotten about this tiny two island​ nation marooned in the Atlantic ocean, only 250km off the coast of West Africa. It only receives a trickle of visitors each year, but for those visitors that do make their way to these eco-friendly, lush tropical islands will be rewarded with wonderful memories. If you’d like to feel like you really have an entire island to yourself, you better book that ticket now.

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