• 4 Dec 2020, 18:15
  • João

Exotic Spring & Summer trip! Both São Tomé and Principe Islands in one trip from Lisbon in 2021 from €479!

Looking for some new destination untouched by crowds of tourists yet well worth visiting? We’ve got a deal for you! Combine flights from Lisbon, Portugal to both Sao Tome and the smaller and even more exotic Principe from just €479! 

Take a trip to Sao Tome & Principe, Africa’s second-smallest country. These two tiny volcanic islands located off the Gabonese coast easily win the hearts of foreigners with their Portuguese-Creole flavour and relaxed vibes. The laid-back tempo is enhanced by a wealth of natural attractions: miles of perfect palm-fringed beaches, emerald rainforest, volcanic peaks and fishing villages. The birdlife is excellent, and endemic plants are plentiful. In season, turtle- and whale-watching opportunities abound. This two-island nation has its cultural gems as well, with a surprising number of heritage buildings dating back to the colonial era, including impressive plantation estates. Definitely well-worth visiting!

To check our experience and some tips about what to see and do in Sao Tome Island follow us on Instagram! 

Start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides

Travel dates:
June 17-27

To check alternative dates (available until October) click here

Sao Tome – Principe – Sao Tome: Monday, Wednesday or Friday departures and returns until October 29

Routing:
Lisbon – Sao Tome – Principe – São Tome – Lisbon

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger.

You can read a trip report written by one of our editors about his experience with TAP Portugal on this route>>>

Hotel

In São Tomé we advise you to stay at Roça Santo António Ecolodge, a former colonial plantation converted in an excellent hotel. Breakfasts included.

In Principe we advise you to stay at Principe Residencial with very good reviews and breakfasts

Main photo: Fly4free
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