Located in the Gulf of Guinea, this two-island nation, Africa's second-smallest, blends natural wonders with a long rich history. Once a vast network of plantations and a centre of global cocoa production, São Tomé & Príncipe has suffered an economic collapse since independence from Portugal in 1975. Nevertheless, the country remains amazingly safe and welcoming to visitors, particularly ecotourists, for whom the advancing jungle is a delight. This is particularly true on tidy and unspoiled Príncipe, an island of just 7000 people. Principe offers fantastic beaches, jungle exploration, snorkelling, fishing, birdwatching and a a few tourist amenities. While both islands have their natural rewards, Príncipe should not be missed.
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