Sipopo coast guided tour

Introduction

Sipopo  City located approximately 15 km from the capital of Malabo.  The city’s total surface is  3,003,320.39 m²  inaugurated on June 5, 2011, after two years under construction. Where took place the African Union  Heads of States  Summit took place in Equatorial Guinea.

 

We will begin the adventure at the Sofitel hotel with a visit to the Islet of Horacio, and later we will continue to ¨La Gaviota¨ Restaurant where we will jump on the jet taking us 150 meters into the sea offering beautiful views of the Horacio Island. In its vicinity, we will visit a  sculpture made by a local artist representing the different tribes found in Equatorial Guinea—also, two murals depicting the main touristic attractions in Bioko.

 

From there, we will walk towards the Hospital “La Paz”.  The tour is approximately 2.5 km; anyone can do it. During the visit, we will stop at the different sheltered bays to admire nature and take photos of the coast.

During the journey, you will be able to admire the different native trees, especially  La Ceiba, our national tree.

You the option to do all the above by bicycle,  provided when requested in advance. Water and snacks will be provided.

Details

Duration

  • 3 hours

What is included?

  • Transfor from your accomodation.
  • Free time before and after the tour for Sipopo beach
  • Cycling Tour for the coast of Sipopo
  • Bike rental included (Walking optional)
  • Snacks (water and sandwich).
  • Local guide and taxes

What sould I take for this activity?

  • Swimsuit and towel
  • Biogradable Sunscreen
  • Photo camera
  • Light clothing for biking or walking

Comments

María Gonzáles Páez
María Gonzáles Páez
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Te quedas con ganas de volver. El trato y la comodidad, de lo mejor
Miguel Lolin Castejo
Miguel Lolin Castejo
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Un buen viaje y definitivamente lo recomiendo
Diana García Hernández
Diana García Hernández
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Un viaje fascinante y lleno de recuerdos inolvidables.

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