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Africa > West Africa > Guinea-Bissau > Bijagos Islands
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The Bijagos Islands is an archipelago in Guinea-Bissau.


The archipelago is made up of eighteen major islands and a dozen more smaller ones.

  • Bubaque
  • Orango Grande - Orango is famous for its salt water hippos!
  • João Vieira and Poilão - Best islands for turtle spotting!
  • Rubane
  • Acunda
  • Keré - Keré is a tiny island between Caravela and Carache. No people live on the island, there is only a single hotel [1]. Fishing trips and visits to villages in Caravela and Carache can be arranged. To go there, contact the hotel, which will be able to arrange transport from Bissau.


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Have a glorious time at the beach.




  • Les Dauphins (Bubaque), +33 0 1 42 89 32 64.
  • Kasa Afrikana (Bubaque).
  • Le Cadjoco (Bubaque).
  • Orango Park Hotel (Orango Grande).
  • Chez Claude (João Vieira), 245-6179577, 245-6661037.
  • Decouverte (Keŕe).
  • Le Tubaron (Rubane).
  • Lodge Ponta anchaca (Rubane).
  • Hotel Acunda (Acunda). There is a fishing lodge at Acunda - basic facilities, good fishing boats and skippers - excellent base for fishing the outermost islands and marks.
  • 1 Africa Princess, Island of Canhabaque (Port of Bissau), +221 77 645 7529, +245 517 8356, . Check-in: synchronized with the flights arrivals, check-out: synchronized with the flights departures. This is a motorized catamaran with 4 cabins with independent WC and air conditioning that tours the two Bijagos National Parks every week in the dry season. With a set of 5 boats and good skippers, is ideal for itinerant fishing, nature and ethnic tours.

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