Sao Tome

São Tomé and Principe is Africas smallest state and situated in the gulf of Guinea in western Africa. The two main islands are a part of a mountain range consisting of none active volcanoes. The dry season is from June to September and the wet season from October to May. The people is very friendly and its quite safe to go out in the park at night or even sleep on the beaches. The jungle is full of fruits and the ocean is full of fish, so the people do not have to worry about running out of food. There are no dangerous animals like tigers, lions, deadly snakes or spiders in the jungle. The most dangerous one is probably the mosquito that can give you malaria if you don´t protect yourself.

 

Area: 1000 sq km
Population: 200 000
Language:
Portuguese
Currency:
Dobra
Religion:
Catholic
Government:
Republic
Capital:
São Tomé
Airports:
2
Independence day: July 12
Electricity: 220V/50Hz
Internet TLD:
.st