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EURO 785

An Eco Touch Tour Of Gabon

Country: Gabon
City: Lambaréné
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Eco Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
Tags : albe

Package Itinerary

Day 1 Libreville - Lambaréné

Depart from Libreville early morning drive to Lambaréné for 4 hours. Arrive in Lambarene and visit historical site Albert Schweitzer. After the visit, you'll go for lunch in a local restaurant in the city. Later, a short City tour with a discovery of Isaac market.

Dinner and Overnight in Albert Schweitzer Hotel

Day 2 Tsam-tsam

After Breakfast, meet and greet with the Tsam Tsam team and boat ride to Lake Oguemoue (2 hours). Settle in the camp and go for a visit to a village. Later at night go for a night boat safari.

Night in a Tent

Full Board

Day 3 Tsam Tsam

Fater breakfast, go hiking in the forest chances to see birds and monkeys. Later visit the fishermen's village.

Night in a Tent

Full Board

Day 4: Return to Lambarene and drive to Libreville

After breakfast, pack your staff and take the boat back to Lambourne where your driver will wait for you to return to Libreville.

Transfert to Your Hotel in Libreville

End of services

- This package is for a minimum of 2 pax.

Package includes:

- All transfers (Boat and Vehicle)

- Accomodation in Lambarene

- Meals as specified

- Visit of Albert Schweitzer and City Tour

- 2 nights in Tsam Tsam

The package does not include:

- Hotel in Libreville

- Tips

MORE ABOUT TSAM TSAM TOUR:

Tsam Tsam is an ecotourism site on Lake Oguemoue near Lambaréné, Gabon. Guests host on secluded lake-side platforms with large tents and spectacular views. Your guide leads forest hikes, canoe trips, lake tours, night safaris, village visits, and more. Meals are traditional Gabonese, of locally sourced vegetables and fish from sustainable fishing cooperatives, prepared by women from the local community. The project was created by OELO, a Gabonese non-profit run by local residents who wish to protect wildlife while creating jobs. 100% Of the proceeds stay within local communities and fund environmental conservation in the Bas Ogooué Ramsar Site: the largest wetland of international importance in Africa.

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