Overview

Surrounded by tropical forest and with direct access to a private beach, stunning Praia Sundy in Principe – one of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World – offers exclusivity, comfort and outstanding service.

A perfect hideaway, the resort has 15 tented villas with wood panelled walls, and private terraces with comfortable sofas. The spacious interior, decorated with local handicrafts and designer pieces, has floor to ceiling sliding windows and the most magnificent views of the ocean.

The rooms – some with their own private plunge pool – have A/C, a safe, telephone, television, maxi bar replenished daily with local fruits and juices. In the beautifully designed en-suite bathroom, you’ll enjoy a freestanding granite bath and a range of locally produced toiletries like soaps, oils and creams, which are made at the nearby Roҫa Paҫienca.

Couples searching for a romantic escape, don’t look further; the fancy one-bedroom tented villas with its four-poster bed, would be a perfect retreat.

Praia Sundy is also ideal for families with older children. They can stay in a two or three-bedroom tented villa. Instead of an inter connecting door, you cross a few meters of private decking area under the cover of a canvas canopy.

Like Bom Bom Island Eco Lodge and Roҫa Sundy, which are owned by the same company, the resort’s innovative chefs create the most delicious dinners, with freshly caught fish and organic produce from its own plantation gardens, and other locally sourced products.

 

Facilities

Air conditioning

Bar

Ceiling fan

Fridge

Gym

Hairdryer

Internet

Laundry

Pool

Restaurant

Safe

Telephone

TV

WiFi

Location

Praia Sundy on the West coast of the tropical island of Principe offers seclusion, with easy access to a private beach. It's the ideal base for those looking for a romantic and well-deserved break, but also if you are interested in all kinds of activities.

Activities

Praia Sundy offers a wide variety of tours. From rainforest hikes, plantation tours, whale, turtle and bird watching trips to visits to local communities.

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