Tourism activities

Africa’s Eden believes in the sustainable development of the regions where its operate through tourism.

Based on the core concept “tourism pays for conservations”, our goal is to to conserve the pristine nature. Profits generated by Africa’s Eden are reinvested in the area to ensure the continuity and economically sustainable protection of the national parks.
We offer small groups of tourists the opportunity to experience pristine nature in unique, unexplored destinations in west central Africa. Diverse range of tours and excursions are arranged specifically for the passionate traveller looking for unspoiled, raw nature.


You can explore the world under the ancient volcanic islands of Sao Tomé & Principe, where the islands are home to some of the world’s most spectacular rock formation, above and below the waterline…. read more


Visiting gorilla sanctuary on Evengue, whale watching in Pte. Ste. Catherine, exploring cocoa plantation house in São Tomé, accompany the BaAka pygmies hunting in Dzanga-Sangha Reserve; you can experience all these exciting excursions arranged by us… read more


Nowhere else in western Africa is the coastal environment as unspoiled as it is in Gabon, or as largely unexplored as it is in Príncipe. Africa’s Eden organises the big game sport fishing in both destinations… read more


Walking Safaris in Loango National Park

You can venture out with one of our eco-guides into the forest. You can encounter wildlife such as elephants and buffalo, but even more so, discover the more inconspicuous forest animals and birds.


Diving in São Tomé & Príncipe

Exploring the world under in Sao Tomé & Principe, both ancient volcanic islands, are home to some of the world ́s most spectacular rock formation, above and below the waterline.


Unique nature and cultural history

Discover the islands’ rich cultural heritage where people are happy to meet you. Take a guided tour through the virgin rainforest, visit the cocoa and sugar cane plantations or the local botanical gardens with more than 100 different species of orchids.


Fernan Vaz Gorilla Project

Come learn about western lowland gorillas, discover what the bush meat trade is, and learn more about conservation through responsible tourism.

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